in SEO Web Design by Jeffrey_Smith

The value of SEO Web Design isn’t just about content, code and calculations; like the quantity of list anchors, the content to link ratio, W3C Compliance or the intricacies of CSS. SEO Web Design is all about creating genuine appeal to promote “the feel good factors” that facilitate true usability and user satisfaction.

SEO Web Design and Principles of Usability

SEO Web Design and Principles of Usability

The following post is a throwback to when I was undergoing certification for usability and many of the principles mentioned were simply too useful to ignore. With no further ado, I welcome you all to read the post amply named SEO Web Design, Usability and the Power of Impression. Enjoy…and thanks for visiting the SEO Design Solutions Blog. 

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About Jeffrey_Smith

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.

12 thoughts on “SEO Web Design and Principles of Usability
  1. Good written post about SEO Web Design. It also mean to create a website with SEO-Friendly not just in terms of technical, also in terms of user centric, usability of its content to help on giving SEO value, such as get more inbound links traffic.

  2. johnsaint says:

    Nice post you have made it a point that a web design and SEO go hand in hand.

  3. alekssad says:

    Thanks for inviting to read blog. I think your articles ” SEO for Large Websites” are very usful for all readers.

  4. Krish says:

    Thanks for this nice post…

  5. best seo says:

    don’t want to disappoint or contradict but what you mention here has little impact on overall seo. I’ve seen lousy design sites ranking very well on SERPs on competitive keywords. it si rather the page structure and lack of rude html errors that seems to count more, at least IMO.

  6. Yes, the “grandfather effect” and trust still carry weight in the algorithm, and it is possible for sites with errors or non optimal sites to rank well. The takeaway here, they are also easier to pass up, if your pages are optimal. We are firm believers in building it right the first time vs. fixing the leaky bucket, but it just depends on where you are in the cycle and who you are up against…

  7. Forrte says:

    Nice post. I’ll probably follow your steps to increase PR of my site. Maybe even purchase essay on it.

  8. awesome The value of SEO is not only about content, code and calculations such as list anchors, content to link ratio’s, W3C Compliance or principles regarding CSS.

  9. Great post. It is very informative and tricks included in this post for website promotion are very good. Thanks for sharing this awesome post.

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