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SEO Web Design Tactics – Optimizing Your Entire Site

By Thomas Gajdjis

Creating a highly optimized website not only means having optimized content, but also an optimized layout. Having a professional-looking and easy to read site is part of SEO web design, and is a crucial part to your internet marketing endeavor.

It is true that people can make money off of a homely site as long as they have strong content, but unfortunately creating truly stellar content is above what most people can do. Instead, combining useful content along with an attractive and easy to use layout can give you comparative results.

Even before pondering search engine optimization, you have surely stumbled across some websites that were only marginally useful, but stuck around to read what was being said because of the easy to use layout. Optimal SEO web design should keep the keyword at a low number and make it as easy as possible to navigate for your visitors, also, hopefully navigate their way into the advertisements. The absolute best ones incorporate the advertisements to mesh with the layout, which can have a large effect on conversion rates.

Aside from the layout that visitors may attention to, the meta tags should also be optimized. This is easy enough with a blog, as the meta tags are easily edited with individual posts and there are blog tools to add individual meta tags for increased optimization. With sites that do not run off of blog-type coding, you will have to insert the meta tags into the coding itself, which is easy and should be clearly labeled if you get the layout from another source.

Incorporating the keyword phrase into the visible parts of the layout of the website is another part of SEO web design. If your article or site contains headers, be sure to include the keyword in them as long as you do not go overboard with it. Page title optimization is also very important and the keyword phrase should be somewhere within the first few words of a title if you want to achieve the best results. This is very easy to do and it is extremely effective.

The articles on your site should have a keyword density between 1% and 2%. This keeps it at a low number to appease search engines and to avoid making it difficult for visitors to read. Creating informational articles is also a part of well-optimized SEO web design, as it adds real value to your website and ensures that it will be steady in the search engines once you have gotten up there in the rankings.

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