When "inexpensive" isn't cheap enough.

Written by Bob King

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Bob King is an author, writer, webmaster, poet and artist, not always in that order. He can be found at graphictruth.com most every day.

Search Engine Optimization 101- How to Educate Your Costumer

Written by Julio Ferreira

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Would you start building a house byrepparttar roof? Or even worst, would you consider just building a house with no project whatsoever, just a picture of what it would look like? Of course not! But that is exactly what most designers are doing. They build beautiful sites, which atrepparttar 131736 end are totally dysfunctional, navigation is terrible and, worst of all, NOT spider-friendly at all. It’s like having a house which is gorgeous onrepparttar 131737 outside, but when you go inside, there are no halls connectingrepparttar 131738 rooms, some halls take to nowhere,repparttar 131739 toilet is inrepparttar 131740 kitchen,repparttar 131741 shower inrepparttar 131742 living room, bedrooms have no doors, andrepparttar 131743 furniture is made out of papier-mâché. Yes, this is exactly how some websites look to us. The big secret in SEO is having a good architectural project, which will give you a plan of howrepparttar 131744 structure ofrepparttar 131745 website will be like, and then a nicely done layout can be fitted beautifully on it. That will help, not onlyrepparttar 131746 spiders to crawlrepparttar 131747 site, but certainly will make it more pleasurable for your prospect clients to navigate throughrepparttar 131748 site maximizingrepparttar 131749 experience. Givingrepparttar 131750 client a more enjoyable experience means he/she will navigate for a longer time in your website, getting to know more about your product, building more confidence with your company, thus increasingrepparttar 131751 potential of sale.

Julio Ferreira is the CEO of Metanoia Marketing Group, with offices in Dallas, Sao Paulo (Brazil), and now oppening in San Diego. 817.944.1020

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