DudaMobile Announces SMB Mobile Sites Deal with Yahoo

As one of the features of its small business suite of services (e.g., webhosting), Yahoo is now making mobile websites available through DudaMobile. This is a coup for DudaMobile, which already has similar partnerships with Google and with OpenTable.

With these deals and the accompanying visibility DudaMobile becomes the de facto leader in SMB mobile website development and hosting. DudaMobile also recently announced the addition of mobile paid-search advertising to its services.

SMB services is an area where Yahoo has a pretty rich offering and some strength. Most of this is based on legacy webhosting. The company could, however, go much farther if it was willing to give some additional attention and resources to the effort.

See related DudaMobile posts.

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One Response to “DudaMobile Announces SMB Mobile Sites Deal with Yahoo”

  1. 2012 Year in Review: Duda’s Greatest Moments | DudaMobile Blog says at

    [...] with offices in Palo Alto, Tel-Aviv, Atlanta and most recently Tokyo. Analysts rate us as the de facto leader in the SMB mobile web development space and this is only the beginning, as we have a lot of plans [...]

  2. 2012 Year in Review: Duda’s Greatest MomentsGo mobile blog and news | Go mobile blog and news says at

    [...] with offices in Palo Alto, Tel-Aviv, Atlanta and most recently Tokyo. Analysts rate us as the de facto leader in the SMB mobile web development space and this is only the beginning, as we have a lot of plans [...]

  3. Ryan Bowman says at

    Dudamobile is taking over with partnerships with these huge companies like Google and Yahoo. According to them, they have over 5 million customers as of Sept 2013.

    I did a walkthrough and review of the Dudamobile system. You can view it here: http://webeminence.com/dudamobile-review

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