I've just built a mobile website to suppliment my traditional desktop site. The desktop site has a redirect script in each webpage, which reads the user's screen resolution, and when appropriate redirects them to the .mobi website (which is a completely separate domain and does have a .mobi domain name).
Will the redirect cause Google to think that the user is bouncing from that webpage - and increase my bounce rate while it reduces the user's time on site?
How does Google know that my .mobi website is supposed to be a dedicated mobile website (other than the .mobi)?
Note: I hope that I'm asking this in the correct place. I did a search and couldn't find anything on redirects except three questions from 2008 & 2009, and I wasn't able to add a question there.