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Google launches "How to Go Mobile" site to help businesses

Google has launched an initiative called “GoMo” Tuesday that aims to help businesses go mobile. Google formally launched a mobile site development portal dubbed HowToGoMo. It is a place where you’ll find the resources you need to learn about what makes a good mobile site and to start building one.

Here's what you'll find at howtogomo.com:
  • See what your customers see:
    Enter a website address into the GoMoMeter and see what your site looks like on a mobile phone. The GoMoMeter will analyze your site and give you customized recommendations on how to make your site more mobile friendly. You can even download a free customized report!

  • Learn about why mobile matters:
    Cool infographics and the latest data will help you learn more about mobile trends and why mobile-friendly sites really matter.

  • Get inspired by great examples:
    Look at the mobile sites of businesses who are doing it right and learn how to make your site better with our ten mobile site best practices.

  • Find a mobile site builder who can help:
    Check out our list of mobile site developers who can help you build your mobile website.

Google has included an animated video in its blog post to explain what it’s up to:


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