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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

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.

The Archives:

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.

Enjoy! 

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In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

6 thoughts on “SEO Web Design Revisited
  1. SEO girl says:

    Very helpful information. SEO should now cease to be a mystery. Thanks for providing insightful information.

  2. Web SEO says:

    Web Design should not only be focused on impressing visitors but also on SEO. What really matters is for visitors to find you, and for them to find what they are looking for. A non-seo web design would work too though, but only a few exceptions like designs for famous celebrity websites.

    By the way, I like what you did on your tags on the sidebar. That’s cool.

  3. Considering an Offshore SEO company and the advantages to hire someone in that manner can be a very wise decision. It is important to do a thorough background check before deciding to do business with any company. The same applies for outsourced SEO companies. Find out how long they have been providing SEO services for. That itself will be an eye opener as to how much experience they have. Before finalizing any terms with a company, see if it is possible for them to send you some samples of the projects that they’ve worked on in the past. Many SEO companies today also provide current ranking statistics for many of their long term clientele to show you where they stand and how they’ve effectively optimized particular websites.

    And as it is going to conduct a business in your site, it is highly expected that you should take care of the reliability, security and design of the website. These factors are quite often discarded in the run of cheap web designing. It would be a wise decision to spend some more money in a good web designing company rather than getting fooled by a copied or slightly manipulated template designed website. Many prominent web designing and SEO companies are prevalent in their field. It is highly important to get your website designed in the SEO optimized manner; otherwise having a website merely can never help you. Companies like http://www.medicalwebexperts.com, http://www.webdesign.com can really prove out to be very helpful for the publicity and productivity of your website by increasing the relevant internet traffic to your website.

  4. ade says:

    web design should be focused on SEO. The competition is so stiff that without a good SEO website, it’ll be like placing a billboard in the desert.

  5. Alfredou says:

    Yeah it’s a great stuff and I am sure I will get some information that I can use it as reference purpose.

  6. SEO web design is something we need to know as well

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