I've gone back as far as July in this forum and I still have a bunch of questions..
If I have a site... www.mydomain.com, how can I add a limited amount of mobile content?
Right now, if I go into google on my mobile phone and search, the site shows up decently in the search and google will show it. The pages render fairly well on an lg9900 envy even though they were done in frontpage.
What I'd like to do is create some alternate content for mobile devices. My thought is to add a 'click here for mobile content' link in the headers of the regular site. That would take the user to pages optimized for mobile devices.
I realize those mobile pages would have to follow mobile standards such as WAP or xhtml.
Some questions that come up are
1. Would that work at all? (ie adding mobile content to an existing domain instead of a seperate .mobi.
2. If it would work would it be better to do a subdomain such as mob.mydomain.com or a folder such as www.mydomain.com/mobile?
3. I'm assuming that I would filter out my regular sitemap to eliminate the mobile content and then create a mobile sitemap for google. Hopefully, if that is done right, I won't shoot myself in the foot with duplicate content (Actually, I'm going to use a site that hasn't really gotten a lot of traffic as a test instead of one of my better producers)
Thanks, I'd appreciate any thoughts that would get me started here.