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Design vs. SEO: Can My Site Look Good And Rank Well?
By: John Krycek
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    2006-07-11

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    Ask- Is your website an extension of your existing collateral that must reflect the same graphical look?

    Ask- Is your website meant to assist to your sales force or is it your sales force?

    Chances are you wont have any single answers. That's ok. It will give you some meat for your designer/SEO to digest and develop a solution for you.

    Real case of Design balanced with SEO and saleability

    If you sell jewelry solely online, you must have a catalog of exceptional photography and detailed, high-resolution close up images. But, you must be optimized and rank well if you want to sell any of that jewelry.

    If such a company approached me with this project, my recommendation would be this: If you sell a product, people have to see that product. Lots of good images. The site should be slick and sheik and easy to navigate. The home page has to capture the buyer's attention. If it's very expensive jewelry, the site should have a lot of class and elegance. If it's home made jewelry, the site shouldn't look home made.

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