Google Launches GoMo Campaign to Help Business Adapt to the Mobile Web


In the age of mobile devices – particularly smartphone – it’s increasingly important to make your presence known in that space. Either through apps or through a mobile-friendly website, businesses have a lot to benefit through making themselves more accessible on the go. For those who don’t have the resources to take initiative, Google hopes their new services  GoMo – will help change that.

Alongside showing business owners the benefits of having a mobile site, they’ll show you the best ways to get started. They’ll even allow you to consult a mobile web developer who will help you build your site from the ground up.

While I personally prefer native applications I’ve always said a mobile-friendly website is the next best thing. GoMo probably won’t change the entirety of the mobile web landscape in a few short years but we’re always happy to see someone stepping up to issues like these. If you’re a business owner who wants to learn more or are just curious, head to

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. They are starting this in my city which is called Mobile. They will be here along with mobile app company Duda on the 14th and will be creating mobile sites for free to business owners and non-profits on a first come first serve basis.

  2. And pls everybody…it is pronounced mo-beel! I hate when ppl mispronounce my hometown Mo-bil as in mobile phones! Thx in advance! ;)

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