SEO Web Design Revisited
Its time to bring back the timeless concept of “superb design” ; the synergy of fusing SEO, web development and web design to appease search engine spiders with proper content, code and html etiquette.
SEO Web Design Revisited
This collection of posts from the past, discuss site architecture, alt text optimization, code-bloat (the concept of search engines penalizing loading times) and other optimal metrics that produce top 10 search engine supremacy.
This category in our blog needs some dusting off, so in tandem with the morsels above, how about another throwback to an ancient yet stellar post like SEO Web Design Form, Function and Appeal, the Psychology of a click through and for your indulgence, gems like Don’t Let Broken Links and Errors Devalue SEO Efforts.
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