Accessing the Web on mobiles is big. Very big. New research from Pew Internet found that 43 percent of Americans between the ages of 30-49 do it. And 65 percent of Americans under the age of 29 do it.
In fact, there are more mobile phones in the world than PCs and TVs combined.
With numbers like that, it’s obvious: any company that offers Web services and doesn’t have a mobile strategy in place is falling behind the curve — and missing revenue opportunities.
To help HostingCon 2010 attendees start thinking about mobile, HostingCon is proud to welcome dotMobi as our official mobile partner.
One way that dotMobi is helping all attendees is with the new http://hostingcon.mobi site.
Built with dotMobi’s new goMobi service, the hostingcon.mobi site works great on any mobile phone — not just iPhones and Androids. The site will help you easily navigate all the activities at HostingCon 2010 with a full event schedule, exhibitor list and floorplan, access to HostingCon’s Twitter and Facebook feeds for up-to-the-minute additions, and plenty of information on getting around Austin.
If you like what you see, be sure to visit dotMobi in booth #535 to learn more about how you can integrate goMobi into your offerings.
In case you haven’t previously met dotMobi, the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Afilias Ltd. Founded in 2005 and based in Dublin, dotMobi is a worldwide leader in enabling the development & discovery of quality mobile content through innovative services, in turn helping businesses and individuals reach the world’s billions of mobile phone users. dotMobi spurs innovation by giving content providers the tools they need to ensure the Web will work on mobile phones with speed, accuracy and relevant content.
dotMobi was founded by 14 visionary mobile operators, network & device manufacturers, and Internet content providers, including Ericsson, Google, GSM Association, Hutchison 3, Microsoft, Nokia, Orascom Telecom, Samsung Electronics, Syniverse, T-Mobile, Telefónica Móviles, Telecom Italia, Visa and Vodafone.
You can learn more about dotMobi at http://blog.mobi.