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Pranav7Designer

Pranav7Designer

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“My rule of thumb is build a site for a user not a spider.”Dave Naylor
“It’s much easier to double your business by doubling your conversion rate than by doubling your traffic.”Jeff Eisenberg
To find your success at Search Engine Optimization, you have to design your website keeping the buyer in your mind. And the the last it's all about the profit not the fame.

Let me know your point of view in developing a website.
 
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gadgetised

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I design my website with the reader as the priority. This involves writing tailored and quality content that is niche specific and unique.
 
Jessi

Jessi

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My top priority is the real visitor who will be landing on the site. They always come first.

That being said, real users have to be able to FIND the site in the first place, so I still think that SEO serves its purpose in that area. I do still have to keep keywords in mind, for example, when writing the content or adding meta tags. I have to make sure spiders can even crawl the site so the site shows up in search results. There are other items that simply still have to be done, even if they aren't the highest priority necessarily.
 
Jennifer Neon

Jennifer Neon

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keeping the buyer in your mind
Firstly, I think it will be a little better if use the term audience instead of buyers but yeah it all depends on the nature of your site you can also use the term visitor instead.
Yes, I think one should keep their visitors in the head while making their website. The reason being if a visitor is satisfied when at the first impression then it could possibly help you generate leads which means you convert him/her to a buyer.
According to me, three factors play a key role in deciding the behavior of your visitors:
  • UI of your website
  • UX of your Website
  • Content of your website

it's all about the profit, not the fame
Yes, even if you are talking about profits you need to focus on the optimization of your e-store.
Take an example of an offline market where you enter and you get to see only pricetags on the product and no real content for that product which could enlighten you to buy the product. Upon entering such store your first move would be to bounce back from the store. The same principle applies on your online stores.
 

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