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Responsive Design vs Mobile Sites

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These days every business wants to accommodate smartphones and tablets with a mobile-optimized website, and there are two basic ways to go about it. Your site can be built to forward mobile users to a ...

These days every business wants to accommodate smartphones and tablets with a mobile-optimized website, and there are two basic ways to go about it. Your site can be built to forward mobile users to a separate mobile site, with content formatted to fit smaller screens, and navigation optimized for touching instead of clicking. The other option is responsive design, in which one unified site has the flexibility to adapt automatically to best suit whatever device it’s being viewed on.

So the question facing everyone is, which do I choose? Which is better, a separate mobile site or a responsive site?

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