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09-03-2015, 12:02 AM
I am thinking of creating a website, but not yet decided whether it would be a home decorations site or fashion site. I want to create a fast-loading site with content and architecture designed to influence search rankings while delivering a robust user experience. Since SEO is the #1 source of lead generation, i would also want to build SEO into the site framework. Can you please give me some tips on how i can do that? Or maybe you can recommend someone who can do the design for me.

salman gee
09-03-2015, 12:38 AM
We are consistently asked what makes our company special and unique when compared to our competition. The answer to this question is unfortunately too long for a one word response. However, there are two fundamental reasons why we are one of the best SEO Web Design Firms in the country; these reasons are experience and attention to detail.

When building a website with the goal of having that site perform well in Search Engines such as Google, Yahoo!, and MSN; we run down a checklist of appropriate actions to ensure that the end result is not only a wonderful looking website, but also one that is ready to attack the search engines from day one.

Here we will define the process we take to ensure that all aspects in the incorporation of Search Engine Optimization are in place when we launch a website. Naturally, we are not going to list everything we do, but from reading this article, you will be able to launch a website with our firm with confidence that you have crossed your tís and dotted your iís.

The biggest issue when developing a new web site, or redesigning an older website for SEO, is the structure of the site itself. We take great pains to map out the structure of the site in advance in order to best take advantage of the natural segmentation of the site. Even the biggest sites on the Internet are segmented into smaller sections. This happens naturally when creating a huge web site, but the main difference between natural segmentation and our SEO segmentation is the internal linking structure.

From the perspective of trained and certified SEO analysts, we learned early on that "siloingĒ is vital to the creation of a properly optimized site. So, how does this extra segmentation come into play? It actually happens within the "silosĒ, where any link to another "siloĒ will only move vertically and never laterally. What are we talking about? The links move vertically? How does that happen? The best way to explain this is to provide a detailed example.

Letís say you have a company and you sell widgets. You probably do not sell only one type of widget. Therefore, you probably will have different sections on the site pertaining to the different types of widgets. Letís say that you have different levels of quality in your widgets, different colors, and different sizes. Naturally, you would list all of your highest quality widgets together, with their colors, and sizes. So letís assume that you have 3 levels of widgets. Basically, you would want to make each of them a separate category. Each widget category would have a two subcategories, size, and color.

Now that we have our categories and subcategories set up, letís look at the inner linking between the categories. Any one of the categories can link to another category; however, the subcategories should not link to other subcategories. One large high quality blue widget should never link to a lower quality, green widget. Once you get into the subcategories, they should only link to the top level of the other categories. This ensures that the search engine spiders (or robots) will come to your site, see your segmentation, and crawl the entire "siloĒ before moving on to the next one. This gives you the best opportunity to associate all categories and subcategories in one segment together; giving you the best opportunity to have each of these pages transfer their PageRank to each other and eventually show up in the search engines for the related keyword phrases associated with the categories and subcategories.

Of course, having a site that is completely segmented does not lend itself to being very practical to the customer experience. Therefore, we can overwrite this process by linking between the "silosĒ using nofollow tags. Essentially, these tags will allow for the segmentation of the site for the search engines, but will also allow for easy navigation throughout the site. Quite convenient isnít it!

09-03-2015, 03:19 AM
Nice information.

09-03-2015, 05:01 AM
You should create webdesign in Bootstrap and this will provide you a very mobile friendly and responsive website.

09-03-2015, 10:36 AM
I think that your design should be catchy. Anyway, have you considered hiring someone to help you out? SEO sounds simple but its not.

09-12-2015, 12:21 PM
Thanks for all your suggestions and advice. It's too complicated for me though so I'm leaning more towards hiring an SEO company (http://www.webmarketing123.com/) to do the job for me. I wonder how much it'll cost. Any ideas?

09-15-2015, 12:51 AM
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