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As a business you need to make sure that you are getting the very best from your online presence and the best way to do this is to think of web design and technical SEO as a partnership
The differences which well optimised, informative, relevant websites can make to your business is enormous and as such it is one of the key areas to consider when thinking about your overall budget. There are businesses out there who have old websites that are constantly tinkering with the backend, in order to get the most out of something they’ve dedicated their time too. Then there are the new brands those that are ready to launch to market and who need a platform to do so.
These new brands are usually those that want to tie in their social media and make sure that they have a full digital presence which will engage with the customers and potential customers at every possible touch point. Regardless of your current position in the market and wherever you stand, making sure that you have harmony between both web development and the technical elements of SEO is a must.
Your “Technical SEO and web development – A uniformed strategy” eBook includes sections on:
- Getting started
- Web dev & technical SEO – a partnership
- User focused content (UFC)
- Technical ranking factors to consider today
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Here at Click Consult we have produced a wide range of resources on technical optimisation and the importance of it and believe that there are six core components when it comes to building a website.
The nature of this eBook means it covers many technical aspects, but just to give you a feel of the approach in which we take, and which we believe to be industry standard, it is important to highlight that the site must be first of all tailored to the needs of the clients (the owner of the website) ,and secondly to the user’s experience (UX). This is a vital component when it comes to the build of a website as all brands must have customer at the front of mind and failing here is a surefire way to fail with your overall online strategy.