The Mobile Web Site Kit

Companies have had the capability to design and develop mobile Web sites for quite some time. But until recently they've struggled to convince clients and prospects that there’s a market out there. Now that mobile has made its way onto the mainstream, many companies are still asking themselves whether it’s right for them. This white paper aims to help Web site owners make that decision.
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