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SEO Web DesignLeaving no stone unturned is the nature of SEO, sometimes, you need to go back and look for opportunities to republish useful information for those who may have missed it the first time. This is one of those informative post from the past that we would like to share.
SEO Web Design - The Basics, by SEO Design Solutions.

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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.

10 thoughts on “SEO Web Design Tips
  1. Jeffrey, I have to say that without fail you have the most compelling writing on the net. Of course at times it takes a bit to take it all in but in the end you always pull it off.

  2. Thanks for the kudos, I try to offer what little bit I know (without giving away the farm). I am working on being more concise and detail-oriented (without trying to convey multiple topics concurrently).

    I appreciate your patience for taking the time to wade through the chatter to find the real gems inside. All the best…

  3. matt says:

    Good stuff, keep up the good work:

    Matt Seymour

    http://www.matthewseymour.co.uk

  4. Thanks Matt, Great Blog You Have By the Way.

  5. Hi,
    Its very nice post.
    Thanks for all the tips for web design according SEO.

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    http://www.divanikaligrafi.com

    Thanks

  7. David gervel says:

    be a pal and removed the pop down black sharing button that is really annoying and that will certainly drive your visitors away in less than 1 minute, from an SEO pal

  8. Emma Ballard says:

    Cool website and very engaging hats off guys…

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