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1script - 8:24 pm on Aug 22, 2013 (gmt 0)Despite Google publishing guidelines for this type of situation, I can never be sure what they say is the same as what they do and I would still be concerned about any possible massive intra-site duplication.
This question pertains specifically to the situation when there is no separate mobile version of the site. Otherwise I would simply insert rel="canonical" pointing to the full non-mobile version into the header and be done with it. However, there are several consideration that make me want to do one-version-fits-all instead of m.example.com type of a "shadow" site:
I don't want to support two distinctly separate sites - design, updates, security, two completely different frameworks etc., etc.
The desktop version may use some design update anyhow. Besides, I find lazy loading a convenient feature on desktop as well.
I don't know if a reliable way to identify mobile users exists. I would always be wondering if I send a certain percentage of mobile users to desktop and vice versa.
So, I would really like to stay with one responsive layout site for both mobile and desktop users.
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