Most Common SEO Mistakes Developers Make - SEO Friendly Design Questions
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Now that we know what some of the possible advantages to learning about, and implementing, SEO friendly designs, we can talk about some of your concerns. That way we can lay to rest any concerns you may have about implementing such a design.
Q: Will implementing an SEO-friendly design cause any aesthetic or layout concerns that I should be aware of?
For the most part, no. Most of your SEO-friendly design modifications will be minor and not visible. Those few that are visible should not require a lot effort to work around. In the end this is great news for you, since it allows you to add more value to your service.
Q: How do I broach this issue during a design meeting with clients?
Just make it a part of your first meeting. That basic "what do you want and what do you need?" conversation you have with clients is a great time. After all, who would not want to make their design better? Most of them are likely to be grateful for your concern about their needs after the first purchase of the site.
Q: What should I do about a client who wants to skip the SEO- based design?
That will be a personal call for you, but on the whole you should probably do what your clients want you to. Think of the SEO friendly design as an added service that you offer. If a client thinks they can do better on their own, then let them try.
Q: Will learning to develop SEO friendly design require me to learn any new languages?
No. A working web developer should have no problem with using these techniques and developing great SEO friendly sites for their clients. This is about using what you already know in a new and interesting way to create a better end product. No complicated theory or new languages, just practical advice for your designs.
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