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I have heard that mobile traffic isn't good for sites. is that true or not?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
    Originally Posted by whitewolf View Post

    I have heard that mobile traffic isn't good for sites. is that true or not?
    Who told you that? Someone living in a cave?
    • Profile picture of the author wiifm
      I would agree with that statement if your site is not designed to appeal to mobile visitors. They will just leave. However if you have a redirect on your normal website to send mobile visitors to a site designed for the narrower format, then of course it's going to be good. You just engaged one more opportunity to achieve your final goal of getting another customer.

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