MoFuse creates a mobile version of your blog for free

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  • July 15, 2008

Following on from my blog posts about mobile SEO and how to make your site mobile friendly a new service called MoFuse caught my eye.

MoFuse takes your existing blog and in a couple of clicks turns it into a mobile friendly site. You can even embed some php code into your WordPress blog that redirects all mobile traffic to the mobile version of your site.

If you want to take advantage of ad revenue, Mofuse incorporates AdMob banners and Google AdSense into your mobile site. You also get analytics to see who is accessing your mobile blog.

Note that I have yet to implement the php code on blogstorm because it seems to redirect all traffic to the homepage of the mobile blog and I couldn’t figure out what would happen if a visitor arrived at an old blogstorm post.

Patrick Altoft

About Patrick Altoft

Patrick is the Director of Strategy at Branded3 and has spent the last 11 years working on the SEO strategies of some of the UK's largest brands. Patrick’s SEO knowledge and experience is highly regarded by many, and he’s regularly invited to speak at the world’s biggest search conferences and events.

  • Matthew

    I have used wordpress mobile edition by Alex King in the past. That works as a plugin. Once installed you also copy a mobile theme in to the themes folder. Any mobile browser then automatically gets the cut down version which is mainly text based. It also gives the option to switch to a full version if required. That was fairly simple to embed adsense into.

  • David Berube

    If you use the MoFuse automatic detection and someone arrives at an older post that is not mobilized then your reader will see the original post and not a broken link.

  • angle

    It’s really nice idea but not sure if it will take off. If it has a more catchy and memorable name it would probably do much better.

  • Brendon

    ITs always a great idea to transpose your web content to a mobile friendly version – Take the cineworld example, but does this only work on wordpress, and does word press not already have the snapin to re-render on a mobile device? Cool find though. Cheers

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