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Ryan Jones explains why "The best Mobile SEO strategy is to not have a mobile SEO strategy."
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from MattMcGee 1008 Days ago #
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I don't agree with the headline or article, but it's worth reading along with the discussion in the comments at SEJ.



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from Sebastian 1008 Days ago #
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Well, that's why I've submitted it *with* comments. I don't agree with the idea "for mobile users develop an app", because from my own surfing behavior I do know that viewing the page as linked should be a nice mobile surfing experience. I don't install apps from sites other than AlJazeera, Reuters and such. But I do read a lot of content on my phone that's not properly optimized for mobile devices. And most of it sucks. Unfortunately. The Guardian does it right, for example. Anyway, I do love sites that provide me with readbale "mobilized" content as well as with apps that I can install if I choose t do so. I hate "download our app" popups, and CSS that prevents my mobile device from proper rendering. Bottom line is, mobilized CSS should be a must-have. There's no mobile SEO. Just good developers.





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