Its about the meta data –
So I'll take off my haunt hat and put on my daytime professional job hat. Larry you are right that Mobile does not currently have the ability to support tracking by Google, to anyone else for that matter. It has to do with how your service provider shares meta data (sorry - technical jargon here) gets passed on to Google (it doesn't usually). There is a bunch of work underway however to solve this problem. It creates a new revenue opportunity for mobile providers, so when your mobile provider asks if you mind them sharing certain things about your behaviors, such as location, opt-in and this stuff will soon start working. Opt-out and you are telling them you don't want any of your meta data shared, and therefore nothing will work.
FYI - my daytime job is showing the worlds mobile providers how to do this stuff.
Travis "Big T" Russell
Big T Productions Inc
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