Mobile website through Homestead or Duda?

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I just got an email that says all websites made through Websitebuilder are mobile friendly. I already have Duda for mobile. Is this redundant? Should I cancel Duda?
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Hi Natalie:

That depends on if you are working with an older site builder, the new website builder is already mobile friendly. But if you are using an older version Duda  will work.
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Duda Mobile is just awful and SO 2009. Highly recommend switching your site over to Website Builder (cut & paste is the fastest way) and take advantage of the great built-in mobile site.  Separately editable to tweak some of the pictures and content for excellent mobile viewing.  Trust me, you will like it so much better. 

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Hello Natalie!

You are using Sitebuilder Plus, so Duda Mobile still is necessary for you. However, as Lynn mentioned, I HIGHLY recommend you look into rebuilding your site with our newer builder. You will no longer have to deal with a 3rd party company with no support for your mobile site, and overall it just creates a more modern and professional looking site. It would not cost you anything additional, you would just need to add a new site on your account and start rebuilding. Once you are done with that new site, we can switch your domain over and there should be no downtime.

Also, if you don't have time to rebuild, or don't feel comfortable doing it, I can have someone call you to discuss design services.

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