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1) You start at the beginning. You make a list of things you need to do and want to do (e.g., what sizes do you want to use, 320/640/768/1024?). After that, you plan which you'll do first. I suggest you start with the framework, the global common stuff and work your way into the details. The annoying thing is you can't (probably) do a small part and upload ...


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Google expects differences between mobile and desktop sites. Even major differences, including differences in link structure, are not a problem. Google crawls the web with different Googlebot user agents for mobile. As long as your server shows that version of Googlebot the same thing that your actual mobile users see, you don't have any penalty risk. ...


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Google seems a little fuzzy about it, but I would say no, you shouldn't mark responsive pages as mobile. The page you linked to states: A Mobile Sitemap can contain only URLs that serve mobile web content. Any URLs that serve only non-mobile web content will be ignored by the Google crawling mechanisms. Taking this exactly as written, it could mean ...


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I think that is not require. Then depends on your thinking. simply you can put your all app. links with your desktop site so when user visit desktop site they can be aware that you have build app. also. Now a days app. has more demand and user prefer app mostly. I am QA and as per my user experience App. is popular and becoming popular more and more. Main ...



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