Whether we are starting from scratch on a new Web design or working on an existing web site created by another company, your web site must be search engine friendly.
Keeping a web site at or near the top of search results has become a science. The best search engines frequently modify the way their databases list web sites, and we work systematically to stay aware of these changes and use the latest techniques for promoting a web site on the Internet.
Search engines use data-collecting programs which send “robots” or “spiders” to your server to look for HTML files from which it may collect data. Your HTML files are located in sub directories within the server. It is imperative that the files on your Web server are structured in a way which aids the robots in their quest for content.
We will show you how this works. In some cases we may have to recommend that you switch to a different web hosting company.
If you have a web site which uses .asp programming or some other type of programming which creates “dynamic” pages rather than using static HTML files, then these robots may not be able to collect most of the data for their search engines, unless your web design is created to be “search engine friendly”, but not to worry, we can help you with your web design and code issues.
Here are some of the things we do to ensure you have “search engine friendly” pages: we begin placing proper metatags and header elements within the very first part of the HTML code