Better websites for better SEO
A common question from our SEO clients is about telling them about our most successful SEO initiatives. Without praising ourselves, there are a few sites we like to talk about – travel.ebookers.com and childfriendly.co.uk. There are a lot of things which come together in a great way for these websites. At the same time, we like to remind our clients focusing on SEO tips alone for ranking a website is not most wise.
Search engines such as Google look at over one hundred factors while ranking a webpage. Also, the algorithms attach different weights to these factors. At every major update, search engines introduce changes in their ranking algorithms. What one needs to realise is that the search engine's goals are not only to maIs your roadmap mobile-friendly?ke life difficult for an SEO. The search engine is constantly trying to deliver a better user experience for its users – this means the most relevant results, with informative page snippets, appearing in the shortest possible time.
When we design a website for better user experience, while keeping it accessible, we are actually future-proofing it from repeated search engine algorithm changes.
This is why sometimes good SEOs should practise their art with blindfolds.