Make it easy for everyone with a mobile phone to get to the URL of your mobile site (typing as little as possible), by setting up multiple mobile addresses and directing visitors to the best version of your site.
Whatever you do, drop the www (no one should ever have to type those three letters on the modern Web. After that, the most common mobile addresses, the ones that can increase the odds your visitors find you on a mobile device are:
* m.yourdomain.com: Recommended for ease of typing, but requires the ability to create sub-domains on a web server
* yourdomain.com/m: Common alternative because of the easy server setup (just create a directly named “w” and save your mobile version there)
* yourdomain.com/i: If you create a version specifically for the iPhone or ipad
* yourdomain.mobi: Requires registering the .mobi version of your domain name, which many sites don’t seem to bother with
* wap.yourdomain.com: In the early days, and at the lowest-level of access, web sites created using the WML, Wireless Markup Language can often be found at a wap. address variation.