As time goes on, the unsavory tricks of SEO “experts” appear to be causing many websites and businesses more harm than good. But one thing you can do to practice good SEO is to ensure your website has SEO friendly architecture.
I’ve been crafting sound website architecture for more than a decade.
Making a website “search engine friendly” actually has a lot to do with how you structure your webpages, your title tags and your internal links. Additionally, if you use a content management system, you need to checked your website carefully for duplicate content issues, “runaway” URLs and other nasty buggers those systems tend to create.
If you’re about to design a website for your business, feel free to contact me. The best time to do website architecture is before a website is built. If you have an up and running website, I can help you re-architect the site for better performance.