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My currency website supports both mobile and desktop browsers at the same URLs. It isn't responsive, it uses server side user agent detection to serve the correct version of the page. I submit two sitemaps through webmaster tools. It appears that Google mostly ignores the mobile sitemap for me. They don't complain about it, but it doesn't report any of ...
For an average website that supports both rel="canonical" links for both m.domain.com and www.domain.com should only ever need to use 1 sitemap by using Annotation in Sitemaps. So even if your website is responsive or supports both using different URL you should only ever need to use one sitemap (for standard sites). Now since your question is about ...
Yes you can create a mobile specific sitemap like outline here http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=34648
See, i am not completely agree with your SEO guy to put 400 words of content by creating separate page for each service but i am agree with him on not to create just one page that contains all services !! See, what i suggest is: create one page as you think to place all services there title and small description (2-3 lines) and put read more... link there. ...
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