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arianagrand 05-25-2016 04:27 AM

How to make SEO friendly Design
 
Hello friends,

What does mean by SEO friendly Design ??????????????

pxljobs 08-05-2016 02:18 AM

The following seo friendly design is an process you can improve website seo and the visibility in the following some of tactics used for seo friendly design improve user experience well,
1.keywords
2.keyword placement
3.search engine friendly navigation
4.url and file name
5.website images
6.social media

seo147 08-09-2016 07:47 AM

arch Engine Optimization (SEO) is a way of designing websites to make them search engine friendly

Thoughtgrid 09-20-2016 05:43 AM

In the following ways you can improve site structure seo friendly plan your site hierarchy,URL need to match your site structure,create low depth website,use internal linking,distribute seo weight with sight navigation.

Claire_Anderson 09-21-2016 12:52 AM

Following are the Key points that you need to consider when designing the website for SEO purpose:
Assigning every image a relevant name because the search engines can only see words
Assigning website relevant page title and keywords
Assigning relevant name to the URL
creating site map and submitting to google
Setup a customized 404 page
Add a navigation structure in website

webdeveloper220 09-21-2016 05:13 AM

1.keywords
2.keyword placement
3.search engine friendly navigation
4.url and file name
5.website images
6.social media

tionnasmith 09-28-2016 03:35 AM

Provide alt text for images. Assign images in gif, jpg, or png format "alt attributes" in HTML to give search engines a text description of the visual content.

onehalf.transpo 09-30-2016 02:24 AM

1. Intuitive navigation: Make it easy for visitors to browse your website. Make navigation menus prominent and use clear, descriptive labels. Always give users a place to go next.
2. Simplicity: Keep design simple and clean. Don’t be afraid of whitespace. Use visual elements that support your conversion goals, rather than ones that distract from them.
3. Minimal barriers: Don’t ask too much of your website visitors. Asking them to sign up for your newsletter the second they land on a page of your website for the first time is bad UX—those visitors don’t know who you are yet. If your website has forms and processes, ask only for the information that’s essential.
4. Make content scannable: Users scan more than they read, especially when they first land on a web page. Breaking content into smaller sections with descriptive headers make it easier to digest.

SAP Online 09-30-2016 01:51 PM

Design is not SEO friendly. Only well design website with less load time is considered as SEO friendly

citsweb 10-18-2016 02:40 AM

1. Intuitive navigation
2. Simplicity
3. Minimal barriers
4. Make content scannable

SaraSanjay 12-14-2016 10:59 PM

If you follow the White hat process that is SEO friendly.

wiliamjamesh 12-14-2016 11:10 PM

Search engines are limited in how they crawl the web and interpret content. A webpage doesn't always look the same to you and me as it looks to a search engine. In this section, we'll focus on specific technical aspects of building (or modifying) web pages so they are structured for both search engines and human visitors alike.
*Indexable Content
*Crawlable Link Structures
*Keyword Usage and Targeting
*Keyword Abuse
*On-Page Optimization
*Meta Tags
*URL Structures
*URL Construction Guidelines
*Canonical and Duplicate Versions of Content
*Rich Snippets
*Defending Your Site's Honor.

AliceArifova 01-03-2017 10:36 PM

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a way of designing websites to make them search engine friendly and it should be optimize,

hemlata10 01-04-2017 12:28 AM

Thanks for updating!!

brevalco 01-04-2017 12:44 AM

Amazing hints......thanks


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