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2 years ago
How to Create a Search-Friendly Website
All of the effort you’ve invested in building your website won’t mean a thing if search engines can’t access your content correctly. One important way to make sure this doesn’t happen is to have search-friendly website architecture.
To understand this issue, you need to know how search engines build the indices from which they derive the website listings displayed on their results pages. Google and the other search engines don’t have teams of people who archive every single page on the Web. It relies on programs called “spiders” — automated robots that move between links and store information in a site’s code in their databases.
Making sure these spiders can access all of the content on your site is extremely important for SEO. Unfortunately, a number of website architecture mistakes can make large portions of your site unavailable to the search engines’ spider programs.
Here are a few of the most common mistakes, as well as tips on how you can avoid them.
5 STEPS TO BETTER SEO
1. Overuse of content in image or script files.Because they aren’t living, breathing human readers, search engine spiders can read only the text-based content that’s presented to them. If you store information in image files, Flash animations or Javascript codes, such as your website’s header graphic or introductory video, the spiders may be unable to process the content appropriately.
The solution is to duplicate the information stored in these alternative formats with text versions. Try using a tool such as Webconf’s Search Engine Spider Simulator to observe what the spiders see after arriving on your site. If you notice that chunks of content are missing, either provide the excluded information as text elsewhere on the page or use your site’s robot.txt file — what gives instructions about your site to search engines — to redirect the spiders to specially designed, text-based pages you’ve created to provide them with the same information.
2. Deep vs. shallow navigation. Many beginning webmasters run into trouble when a site’s navigation becomes too deep. Because search engine spiders move between the pages of your site through the links you’ve created, it’s important to make this movement as easy as possible for them. If your navigation structure is deep, meaning certain pages can be accessed only after a long string of sequential clicks, you run the risk that the spiders won’t penetrate deeply enough into your site to index all of your pages appropriately.
The solution is to implement a “shallow” navigation structure, in which every single page on your website can be accessed by both visitors and search engine spiders within two to three clicks. You can accomplish this task by breaking up your navigation structure into sub-categories or incorporating additional internal links.
3. Inconsistent linking practices.As you build these links, you’ll want to be careful about how you name them. Again, because the search engines can’t apply human judgment to see what you meant to do, their spider programs may index the URLs “www.yoursite.com/page1.html” and “yoursite.com/page1.html” as two separate pages — even though both links direct visitors to the same location.
To prevent these indexing errors, be consistent in the way you build and name links. If you’ve made this mistake in the past, use 301 redirects to let the search engine spiders know that both the “www” and “non-www” versions of your URLs are the same.
4. Incorrect redirections.When it comes to 301 redirects, any time you move the pages on your website — whether you’re simply renaming them or transferring your entire site to a new hosting account or URL – you’ll want to put the correct redirects into place. Failing to do so can result in future indexing errors and eliminate the benefits provided by the backlinks you’ve spent time acquiring, as these links no longer point to valid pages. Both of these issues can reduce the search engine results rankings you’ve worked hard to develop.
Because this topic can get technical and can’t be covered adequately in a few sentences, you might want to seek out online resources for additional reference, such as SEOmoz’s guide to website redirections.
5. Failure to include a site map.As you improve the accessibility features of your website’s architecture, make sure you have a site map in place. This file provides the spiders with an accessible reference of all the pages on your site, allowing indexing to proceed correctly. 
If your site runs on WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento or any other established platform, you should be able to install a plugin that will automatically generate a site map page for you. If not, creating a site map can be as simple as building a single HTML page with links to all of your other pages and submitting it to the search engines for consideration.
Check with us on how to build better SEO for your current website or boost your business to the top of google with our SEO Packages.
Do you need a SEO for your site?

How to Create a Search-Friendly Website

All of the effort you’ve invested in building your website won’t mean a thing if search engines can’t access your content correctly. One important way to make sure this doesn’t happen is to have search-friendly website architecture.

To understand this issue, you need to know how search engines build the indices from which they derive the website listings displayed on their results pages. Google and the other search engines don’t have teams of people who archive every single page on the Web. It relies on programs called “spiders” — automated robots that move between links and store information in a site’s code in their databases.

Making sure these spiders can access all of the content on your site is extremely important for SEO. Unfortunately, a number of website architecture mistakes can make large portions of your site unavailable to the search engines’ spider programs.

Here are a few of the most common mistakes, as well as tips on how you can avoid them.

5 STEPS TO BETTER SEO

1. Overuse of content in image or script files.
Because they aren’t living, breathing human readers, search engine spiders can read only the text-based content that’s presented to them. If you store information in image files, Flash animations or Javascript codes, such as your website’s header graphic or introductory video, the spiders may be unable to process the content appropriately.

The solution is to duplicate the information stored in these alternative formats with text versions. Try using a tool such as Webconf’s Search Engine Spider Simulator to observe what the spiders see after arriving on your site. If you notice that chunks of content are missing, either provide the excluded information as text elsewhere on the page or use your site’s robot.txt file — what gives instructions about your site to search engines — to redirect the spiders to specially designed, text-based pages you’ve created to provide them with the same information.

2. Deep vs. shallow navigation. 
Many beginning webmasters run into trouble when a site’s navigation becomes too deep. Because search engine spiders move between the pages of your site through the links you’ve created, it’s important to make this movement as easy as possible for them. If your navigation structure is deep, meaning certain pages can be accessed only after a long string of sequential clicks, you run the risk that the spiders won’t penetrate deeply enough into your site to index all of your pages appropriately.

The solution is to implement a “shallow” navigation structure, in which every single page on your website can be accessed by both visitors and search engine spiders within two to three clicks. You can accomplish this task by breaking up your navigation structure into sub-categories or incorporating additional internal links.

3. Inconsistent linking practices.
As you build these links, you’ll want to be careful about how you name them. Again, because the search engines can’t apply human judgment to see what you meant to do, their spider programs may index the URLs “www.yoursite.com/page1.html” and “yoursite.com/page1.html” as two separate pages — even though both links direct visitors to the same location.

To prevent these indexing errors, be consistent in the way you build and name links. If you’ve made this mistake in the past, use 301 redirects to let the search engine spiders know that both the “www” and “non-www” versions of your URLs are the same.

4. Incorrect redirections.
When it comes to 301 redirects, any time you move the pages on your website — whether you’re simply renaming them or transferring your entire site to a new hosting account or URL – you’ll want to put the correct redirects into place. Failing to do so can result in future indexing errors and eliminate the benefits provided by the backlinks you’ve spent time acquiring, as these links no longer point to valid pages. Both of these issues can reduce the search engine results rankings you’ve worked hard to develop.

Because this topic can get technical and can’t be covered adequately in a few sentences, you might want to seek out online resources for additional reference, such as SEOmoz’s guide to website redirections.

5. Failure to include a site map.
As you improve the accessibility features of your website’s architecture, make sure you have a site map in place. This file provides the spiders with an accessible reference of all the pages on your site, allowing indexing to proceed correctly. 

If your site runs on WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento or any other established platform, you should be able to install a plugin that will automatically generate a site map page for you. If not, creating a site map can be as simple as building a single HTML page with links to all of your other pages and submitting it to the search engines for consideration.

Check with us on how to build better SEO for your current website or boost your business to the top of google with our SEO Packages.

Do you need a SEO for your site?

2 years ago
ATLANTA WEB DESIGN COMPANY - LEARN HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
There are many web design companies in atlanta, but there are very few that you can rely on to deliver the best quality website for the prices quoted. Web design cost can range from  $1500-$100,000 but are you getting exactly what you want and need for these prices?
Hype International Marketing Agency offers more than just a web design, but a web strategy to market your business online. We understand call to action, and strategic placement for your company. It may take time in order to create the website of your dreams, but it shouldn’t take a life savings. Web designers in atlanta might be able to complete the job, but can they do it right? Hype International takes the time to listen and learn the clients needs from day 1 until the project is complete. We understand your business is your baby and we don’t want to harm or misrepresent your baby.
Take it from a pro, we know. We are an atlanta web design company that can provide all your needs from brand identity, web design, creative design, and commercial photography. So choose a company that will best understand your needs and actually design the site of your dreams without breaking the bank. 
Learn more about our web design services and more by clicking here.
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and join our Google Plus.
CONTACT US
Do you need a website built, or any branding for your company?

ATLANTA WEB DESIGN COMPANY - LEARN HOW WE CAN HELP YOU

There are many web design companies in atlanta, but there are very few that you can rely on to deliver the best quality website for the prices quoted. Web design cost can range from  $1500-$100,000 but are you getting exactly what you want and need for these prices?

Hype International Marketing Agency offers more than just a web design, but a web strategy to market your business online. We understand call to action, and strategic placement for your company. It may take time in order to create the website of your dreams, but it shouldn’t take a life savings. Web designers in atlanta might be able to complete the job, but can they do it right? Hype International takes the time to listen and learn the clients needs from day 1 until the project is complete. We understand your business is your baby and we don’t want to harm or misrepresent your baby.

Take it from a pro, we know. We are an atlanta web design company that can provide all your needs from brand identity, web design, creative design, and commercial photography. So choose a company that will best understand your needs and actually design the site of your dreams without breaking the bank. 

Learn more about our web design services and more by clicking here.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and join our Google Plus.

CONTACT US

Do you need a website built, or any branding for your company?

2 years ago
The new and improved Cruise Doctor website for Expedia client. Check out the before and after design from 2010 to 2012. We moved the clients website from flash to HTML 5 with upgrades to the overall web design. 
Visit www.thecruisedoctoronline.com to view the new website.
Hype International took an old site designed by former company J&K Legacy Brands web designer and turned it into a simple, easy to use formatted website. Now viewers can easily book a cruise through the Cruise Doctor website and easily inquire about new cruise deals, and other exciting travel opportunities through land, air and sea. 
A little bit about the Cruise Doctor himself, Mr. Bernard Harris. Bernard Harris is a Expedia Travel Agent, and a WOW Expert Plus with Royal Caribbean International Cruise Line University, Commodore with Princess & Cunard Cruise Lines, A Freestyle Cruise Specialist with Norwegian Cruise Line University and received a PHD@SEA.
As a cruise specialist, he takes the time to understand what you want most in a dream vacation and identify which cruise lines, ships and itineraries best suits your needs. He also manages all the booking arrangements and travel details, leaving you the time to dream and have fun.
We had fun designing the Cruise Doctor’s website. Our design team at Hype International love to see our clients happy. We can truly say that our client was very pleased and eager to relaunch his new website. Check out the before and after above and let us know what you think. 
If you are someone you know are in need of a new web design, contact us for a free quote. Call or email us today. 770-217-0681

The new and improved Cruise Doctor website for Expedia client. Check out the before and after design from 2010 to 2012. We moved the clients website from flash to HTML 5 with upgrades to the overall web design. 

Visit www.thecruisedoctoronline.com to view the new website.

Hype International took an old site designed by former company J&K Legacy Brands web designer and turned it into a simple, easy to use formatted website. Now viewers can easily book a cruise through the Cruise Doctor website and easily inquire about new cruise deals, and other exciting travel opportunities through land, air and sea. 

A little bit about the Cruise Doctor himself, Mr. Bernard Harris. Bernard Harris is a Expedia Travel Agent, and a WOW Expert Plus with Royal Caribbean International Cruise Line University, Commodore with Princess & Cunard Cruise Lines, A Freestyle Cruise Specialist with Norwegian Cruise Line University and received a PHD@SEA.

As a cruise specialist, he takes the time to understand what you want most in a dream vacation and identify which cruise lines, ships and itineraries best suits your needs. He also manages all the booking arrangements and travel details, leaving you the time to dream and have fun.

We had fun designing the Cruise Doctor’s website. Our design team at Hype International love to see our clients happy. We can truly say that our client was very pleased and eager to relaunch his new website. Check out the before and after above and let us know what you think. 

If you are someone you know are in need of a new web design, contact us for a free quote. Call or email us today. 770-217-0681


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