I'm not an IT guy, nor do I know coding, but I know that websites need mobile versions to fit into our phones and tablets much better, and make everything else much faster. However, it's one thing to make a website and another to come up with a mobile version, let alone multiple mobile versions. Your iPhone version certainly won't fit into your Samsung Galaxy S3 or even your iPad. But how to do it if you're not much of a programming geek?
I came across this India-based startup called Mobstac that allows anyone to create mobile websites with ease. It's a mobile publishing cloud platform that seamlessly integrates with your website and makes your content accessible to mobile devices and tablets. So you only publish content once, and the company takes care of everything else. A unified dashboard likewise allows you to manage all these different versions of the same content with ease.
A sample illustration of how a website looks on a desktop/Mac, and then on a tablet and on a mobile phone. (mobstac.com)
Signing up for individual publishers is free. They do cater to enterprises as well but as with all premium services, scope of work and other deliverables are discussed with the client further. I believe it's a really cool service, though, and it addresses a specific need in the internet publishing market.
There's a lot more you can learn about Mobstac, including its profile, product, and happy customers. Just head over to their website.