Don't just shrink your site for mobile viewers, says AnswerLab CEO Amy Buckner Chowdhry.
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00:10 Amy Chowdhry: It's easy to think, "Okay. We've got our main brand website, and we just need to pair this down and put a smaller version on it into mobile." But the reality is that your customers may be wanting to achieve different things with your mobile site than they are wanting to do with your desktop version of the site. So, for example, think about when using a mobile device, you're probably looking for the location of a company or store locator. You might be looking for special offers or coupons. Those kinds of things should be front and center, and those are distinct things from what would be on your primary website.
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