You have a brand new website, but how do you drive traffic to your web pages? Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing your prominence in the results generated by search engines such as Google, Yahoo!, Bing/MSN and Ask. Illicit Web Design can apply SEO techniques to your website and offer open and straightforward advice about how your website content and off-page presence can be improved, thereby offering you the best chance of boosting your online standing.
We employ the latest SEO strategies and techniques to improve your position in search indexes. When you use our web design service, you can be confident that your web pages will be optimized for web crawlers such as Google's Googlebot, that URLs and sitemaps have been submitted to major search engines and web listings, and that our copywriting is keyword-rich in the right places. These are key elements in any successful SEO strategy. But there's always more that can be done. If you would like to know more about our SEO services, get in touch.
We can offer SEO consultations and services from our base in Exeter, Devon or deliver remote services to any clients based further afield. Feel free to contact us and ask how we can help.
|March||2013: the year of the responsive website|
It's certainly been a while since our last post - things at Illicit HQ have been very busy indeed! We've just put the finishing touches to two major parts of our new content management system - the blog editor and image gallery editor - while getting acquainted with a clutch of great new clients and finishing off some very exciting web design projects!
Since last year we have been working on making responsive design our standard when building websites and we're starting to get this down to a fine art. But what is responsive design? It is an approach that optimizes the web viewing experience for the viewer - usually via the means of a flexible web page layout - that allows a website to be easliy read and navigated, no matter which device or screen size the viewer is using to look at the site. So instead of a ...