Accessible design: the extra edge for conversions

You may have read about creating content for conversions, using proper spelling and grammar and designing for scent of information on this blog earlier, so you should be familiar with the idea of creating websites for the people. Let’s see how accessible design can help you with sales and traffic.

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Interview With Guest Blogger Yuri Filimonov

I’ve been mentioning changes to this site for the last week or so, and one you may have noticed is a navigation link at left for guest Blogger Yuri Filimonov. Before publishing any of Yuri’s posts I wanted to introduce Yuri and post an interview I did with him so everyone could get to know him better. Yuri has posted a similar interview with me on his site as I’ll be guest blogging there.

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Problems With WordPress Posts Going Supplemental In Google’s Index

For most of the time I’ve been running this blog it’s been gaining visibility in search engines. Most posts will pick up a few searchers in the long tail and as more posts are added the search traffic for the blog has increased. That is until a month or so ago when I discovered what might be a problem with the way Google indexes WordPress blogs causing most posts to go into the supplemental index.

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Where Is SEO Going?

Kim Krause Berg has an interesting post up today, The Unknown New Skill SEOs Must Have. It’s nice to see usability listed as a skill in a job description for a search engine optimization engineer. While I agree with Kim that at present you won’t find many who are experts in both, I think the line between the two is blurring and more SEOs are become much more knowledgeable about usability issues.

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Introducing van SEO design

Please forgive me if this post is a little self serving. I do have an agenda with it, but I’ll do my best to add a something informative as well. I’ll even let you know what my agenda is. I’d like to introduce Van SEO Design, which will, in a few months time, be the new name of my business and this site. I’ve told a few people already, but thought I’d let the cat out of the bag so to speak.

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