Google would like to help you bring your company’s website into the mobile era. It launched its GOMO (Go Mobile) project Tuesday. “What’s a mobile-friendly site?” Jesse Haines, Google’s group marketing manager, writes on the company blog. “It’s a website designed specifically for mobile users and mobile devices.
It’s fast to load and easy to use—no pinching and zooming required.”
Haines’ post directs readers to howtogomo.com, which has several suggestions and actionable pieces of advice for upgrading your website, like a directory of mobile developers and a GoMoMeter, which lets you see what your site looks like on a mobile device.
Don’t think Google is acting selflessly, though. It’s trying to grow its mobile-ad business even further: This year, it’s set to bring in $2.5 billion, up from $1 billion last year.
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