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alexfrued
07-21-2011, 01:51 AM
Hi !

I would like to share a topic on How to Pick an SEO Friendly Designer ?

A Web designer is one of the persons without whom it is not possible to create a site. However, when SEO is concerned, Web designers can be really painful to deal with. If you will do SEO on your own, then you might not care a lot about the SEO skills of your Web designer but still there are design issues as we'll see next, which can affect your rankings very badly. When he or she designs the site against SEO rules, then it is not possible to fix this with SEO tricks.

When we say that you need to hire a SEO-friendly designer, we presume that you are a SEO pro and you know SEO but if you aren't, then have a look at the SEO Tutorial and the SEO Checklist. If you have no idea about SEO, then you will hardly be able to select a SEO-friendly designer because you won't know what to look for.

One of the ultimate tests if a designer is SEO-friendly or not is to look at his or her past sites are they done professionally, especially in the SEO department. If their past sites don't exhibit blatant SEO mistakes, such as the ones we'll list in a second and they rank well, this is a recommendation that this person is worth hiring. Anyway, after you look at past sites, ask the designer if he or she did the SEO for their past sites because in some cases it might be that the client himself or herself has done a lot to optimize the site and this is why the site ranks well.

motorola4gatrix
07-21-2011, 03:23 AM
A SEO friendly website design is the best way to make friends with the search engines. If the search engines are not satisfied with your design, you can expect only a trickle of traffic back-references direct link and SEO website design visitors.An speaking environment quality of the website.

abhinav
07-21-2011, 03:54 AM
Tips to pick an SEO friendly designer:-
1)Not rely heavily on flash.
2)Internal links.
3)Images, text for anchors.
4)Not Messy code and tons of code.
5)No overoptimized sites.