When it comes to SEO and Web Design, it's important for businesses to consider BOTH before completely rebuilding their website. There are many outdated web design practices that can hinder your SEO campaign efforts if your website designer isn't building your website for optimal search engine friendliness.
In the video below, SEO specialist Chris J. Everett of Captivate Search Marketing explains some of the outdated techniques that you'll want your web designer to avoid when building your new website. He also discusses the many benefits that come from planning ahead and thinking about SEO before building out your new website.
What other Web Design mistakes can hinder your search engine optimization efforts? Feel Free to leave a comment below!
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Monday, March 25, 2013
Why You Need To Think About SEO First Before a Website Redesign
Posted by CaptivateSearch at 11:19 AM
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First we need to understand Consumers and search engines actually want the same things from your website; a good user experience with plenty of relevant content about what they are looking for, an easy way to navigate information and a reason to keep them coming back for another look.ReplyDelete
that is why we need to think about SEO First Before a Website Redesign.