Search Engine Friendly Webdesign Tips For Your Website
1. Make Sure Your Site Navigation Is Search Engine Friendly
2. Place Scripts Outside of the HTML Document
3. Use Content That Search Engine Spiders Can Read
Web Content is the life force of a website, and it is what the search engines feed on. When developing a internet site, creates sure you take into consideration good design for content (headings, sentences, and links).
4. Don’t Neglect Image Alt Attributes
Make sure that all of your image alt attributes are descriptive. All images need alt attributes to be 100% W3C-compliant, but many comply to this requirement by adding just any text. No alt attribute is better than inaccurate alt attributes. It is probably also used in ranking image-based search engines like Google Images.
5. Use Unique Meta Data
Page titles, descriptions, and key phrases should all be different. Many times, web designers will create a template for a website and forget to change out the Meta data
6. Use Heading Tags Properly
Make good use of heading tags in your web page content; they provide search engines with information on the structure of the HTML document
7. Friendly URL’s and image filenames
One major thing I have noticed over the past few years is the number of websites that don’t contain friendly URL’s, so an example may be:
A better example for a friendly URL would be:
8. Follow W3C Standards
Search engines love well-formed, clean code (who doesn’t?). Clean code makes the site easier to index, and can be an indicative factor of how well a website is constructed.
Read more Info here… http://validator.w3.org/
9. Social: Adding Social Sharing Buttons to Your Site
Social Login:- Allow users to login and register using social providers such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google, Yahoo and more
Where to Put Sharing Buttons:-
The above points are certainly a must, but one thing to remember especially with search engine optimisation is that continuous work is required to gain great results.