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Re: mobile version url structure and users

From: Pedro Bachiega - Praesto Convergence <pedro.bachiega@praesto.com.br>
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2011 09:39:32 -0300
Message-ID: <BANLkTi=goct2t9imOPLZ9NoQ1Aq+WP1O0w@mail.gmail.com>
To: Sarah Schöpf <sarah_schoepf@gmx.at>
Cc: public-mobile-dev@w3.org
Hello Sarah.

Well, here at Brazil the most companies are trying to use m.domain.com

But, this is not the more important thing to care about.
The 'mobile' address is good to share and publish, but the users many times
will try to access by phone the 'normal' address of your site, because they
don't want remember one more address.
Care about making a mobile recognizer to redirect the mobile users accessing
the 'normal' address to the 'mobile' address. I think that this is more
important.

Good luck!

Pedro Bachiega
IT Manager - Praesto Convergence
Mobile: +55 48 8411-0237
http://pedrobachiega.com


On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 3:08 AM, "Sarah Schöpf" <sarah_schoepf@gmx.at> wrote:

> I am a junior developer at https://www.interwetten.com and we are
> discussing the pros and cons of the integration opportunities (regarding url
> structure) for a mobile version from our website. At the moment you can find
> it at https://mobile.interwetten.com/.
>
> In my opinion there are 5 possibilities:
> - mobile.domain.com
> - m.domain.com
> - domain.com/mobile
> - domain.com/m
> - domain.mobi
>
> What would you prefer? Are there any statistics what users prefer when they
> search the mobile version of a website?
>
>
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