Designing is the base of search engine optimisation and it plays a very big role in SEO work for any site. The following steps must be considered during the graphic design process for optimal search engine friendliness.
Here are some tips for designing search engine friendly websites:
Note: H1 tag always shows in bold format and it also take some extra spaces between the lines. So try to adjust heading text with the css style sheet according to the site design and look.
How much code is too much code?
In our work, we have found an unusually high amount of unnecessary code though, and I guarantee that, if you think your web pages do not have unnecessary code in them, you’re probably lying to yourself. This is largely due to the high number of websites built in Macromedia Dreamweaver and Adobe GoLive. These programs are notorious for inserting massive amounts of unnecessary code, search engine unfriendly URLs, and other unnecessary code.
Use of notch and minus operators. These operators, as well as their ranges, are reddit – more specifically, reddit – tools, and agrees with the intention of the notch operator + operator. Both of these are very flexible but sometimes clumsy. One might wish to use them several times in one statement.
Use of cascading stylesheets. Very useful when working with headers and sub-headers. Very useful for doing things like paring down headers and sectioning out text Uses the CSS file to manage overall design. In most cases, this is not optional.
Use acronyms where possible. Good examples are for Wordtracker, AdWords and Google. It is becoming increasingly reasonable to use acronyms in page titles, rather than using the Title Tag. There are specific cases where it would be sensible to use the acronym in the Title, but not in the Title tag. E.g. Title tag:Reciprocal Linking
Use domain names with keywords. In general, any domain name should start with the keyword, unless that is intended to carry a big hint about the content. Otherwise, the domain name is descriptive of the content and most web surfers will be searching for the content, and not the domain name.
If possible, avoid branding in the domain name. That said, branding is nowhere near as important a problem as it once was. In any case, if you brand your domain, use the keyword in the URL. For instance, the domain bicycle-parts.com will be easier to compete for the search phrase ‘bicycle parts’ than bicycle-accessories.com.
The domain name should be easy to spell and easy to remember. Ditto for the domain name of yourDirectory. Most directory URLs are easy to remember, but a little more difficult to type. In ODP, a hyphen is treated as a space. So with bicycle-parts.com, hyphenated, it is easier to remember than bicycle-accessories.com.
How exactly does it work?
The linking strategy described above is a great way to get top search engine placement without having to pretend to submit your site to thousands of engines and directories. Combine a smart linking strategy with these search engine optimisation techniques and a healthy content base, and you are well on your way to top search engine placement.