Social networking site Pinterest has improved its experience for mobile users. Specifically, they’ve added notifications, mentions, and better search.
The author of the article linked to above says:
I know for a fact that many of my Pinterest-fiend friends simply choose to not bother with Pinterest at all unless they’re sitting in front of their desktops.
That’s not uncommon, actually. Unless webmasters make sure that their websites are mobile accessible, it is likely they will lose traffic and lose revenues. That includes your website. Not only do you need to make sure that it offers a great user experience for desktop browsers, but you’ve got to make your website mobile-ready. You should also make sure it is Pinterest-ready.
Luckily, in 2013, there are some tools that can make your HTML website or WordPress blog or website mobile ready in a few clicks. WordPress has plugins. There is at least one website that you can use to turn your HTML website into a mobile-ready website for a monthly subscription fee. I’m not ready to recommend any of those, but they do exist. Another option is to hire a web development firm to help you make your site mobile-ready. In most cases, it’s not that expensive. But it is necessary.