How to Avoid Using Baidu Mobile Site Converter?

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Seven months ago, I posted a blog about the options of creating Free Mobile Site with Baidu Mobile Site Converter to convert the existing website. Not even a year, we’ve seen a lot of companies have dropped the free mobile site converter option and allocate budget on developing the real mobile site. However if they haven’t implemented the Baidu Mobile SEO Best Practice properly, most of them still find mobile visitors land on the converted mobile site instead of the costly HTML5 mobile site. Some might just popped a question of “How can I avoid using Baidu Mobile Site Converter if I already have a HTML5 mobile site?”

You can use the Non-Transform Protocol.
Option 1: In HTTP Response, you need to claim Cache-control is no-transform.
Option 2: In meta tag, you need state Cache-control is no-tranform, code like the below.
<head>
<meta http-equiv=”Cache-Control” content=”no-transform ” />
</head>
Once you implement the coding, visitors will land your website instead of the mobile version site from Baidu mobile search from then on. However if you want them to land on your HTML5 mobile site from Baidu mobile SERP, submitting the mapping of mobile page and webpage is still needed.

 

 

Kun has 10 years digital marketing experiences in Europe and China. His expertise includes SEO, Social Media, PPC and mobile marketing. He manages the strategy and business development of Jademond Digital. Pior to Jademond, he played provital roles in search marketing agency in Hong Kong, mobile marketing agencies in China and online video portal in Europe.

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