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goMobi the only reliable mobile option???

Discussion in 'Mobile Marketing' started by ycfme, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. ycfme

    ycfme Power Member

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    I am looking for a good looking reliable mobile website solution I can offer my clients.

    I have gone thru EVERY template here on BHW and NONE of them work properly.

    At one point I hought I found one with http://mobisitepro.com/ (buggy as hell :eek:)

    There have been numerous ambitious threads started by several members here, but it appears they haven't followed thru.

    Seems like the only good (reliable) solution(s) for a reliable mobile template is thru a 3rd party site like goMobi?

    Any good recommendations?
     
  2. livinthedream

    livinthedream Newbie

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    I have been using WIX for my basic sites and just downloaded Sitespinner Pro which looks really cool and fairly easy to use. Check them out if you'd like.........i'd be interested to hear what you think.
     
  3. hateandbreak

    hateandbreak Supreme Member

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    Go to themeforest, find a nice mobile theme then find it on w-a-r-e-z ;)
     
  4. tomzuck

    tomzuck Newbie

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    Their mobile themes are like $7 ... you are that cheap? haha
     
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  5. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    An audio CD is like $10 these days, yet everyone is that cheap.
    No need to throw around insults.
     
  6. webmen

    webmen Newbie

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    Yes I believe gomobi to be the best, safest bet ... Works great as as base for back end sales ....
     
  7. webmen

    webmen Newbie

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    For you guys.... I'll set you up a go mobi site as a subdomain that you can control and manage for your client for $24 per/year ... subdomain works just fine because you'll put the detect code in the primary website header that will auto direct to the mobile website .... Your client doesn't need to promo a separate .... new mobile site. Will work just fine for QR codes, too. The DNS service is kick --- ( Can I say --- here? ...no) (or you can transfer your domain name to my OpenSRS "Business Center" account and sell go mobi sites as subdomains of your own domain name)

    Let me know if you're interested, I'd be glad to help you.
     
  8. ycfme

    ycfme Power Member

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    PM me, i'm interested to know more.

    Thanks

     
  9. ksj55

    ksj55 Newbie

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    I"ve been kicking the tires around on several mobile site makers, but haven't found one I am in love with yet. Checked out gomobi since you made that offer. They didn't offer a lot of information on what set up costs or monthly costs if I used them. Can you pm me about what you offered so I can get in touch with you to get a few questions answered and possibly take you up on that offer?

    Thanks
     
  10. ycfme

    ycfme Power Member

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    Hey,
    I think you misunderstood my post. I'm actually not offering anything.

    In fact, I am trying to fine tune (establish...) my mobile system/method that I will eventually offer online once I've secured and tested everything.

    What exactly are you intending to do? Is this for your personal site/biz or is this something you intend to offer to clients?

     
  11. ksj55

    ksj55 Newbie

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    Actually my post was for Webman as well. Sorry if I misquoted earlier by accident.

    It's for clients as well.

    Thanks for following up though.
     
  12. blackhatq

    blackhatq Power Member

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    There are tons of options but most people on BHW are on the low end/entry level for mobile.

    There are 2 kinds of mobile CMS

    A.CMS built from the ground up with mobile in mind(used to develop mobile sites)

    B.Regular CMS with mobile modules(these tend to produce a mobile version of a desktop site)

    Both present challenges for integration/functionality.

    What you would be looking for on the high end is usablenet.com or www.onesite.com

    There are very few people who would require the high end CMS platforms that do analytics, social tracking, engagement etc.

    Ok thats enough free info
     
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  13. whatisthis

    whatisthis Registered Member

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    ksj55 Newbie

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    Yes...These are the types of companies that we would hope to become...but not someone we could "white label". Or even sell to the small business man. Very informative though.

    cheers mate