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Why responsive web design is good for SEO

Why responsive web design is good for SEO | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it
One of the most exciting changes in website design has been the introduction of responsive design, a mechanism that allows a website to react to the size of the users screen and to adapt to the best fit.

This is used to allow websites to fit the varied screen sizes that users have on desktop or laptops, but the real benefit has been its use for creating mobile friendly sites.

Using responsive design to build a mobile site takes less time than creating a stand-alone mobile site, it’s easier for the client to manage and maintain, and the user has a seamless experience without need for redirection. Whatever the screen size of the user they’ll be served from the same database and same page, meaning that you have one solution to fit all devices.

It’s the best solution for a client, agency, user and the search engines.

Let’s rewind and look at how search engines work, using Google as an example:

• The search engine (SE) finds out about a new website, most likely because a third party website links to it.

• The SE analyses the site and over a period of time it visits every page and stores information on it.

• If the pages are appropriate the SE puts the pages of the site into its index, the collection of databases that store websites and attributes on them.

• When a visitor to Google caries out a search the SE returns the website in the results pages, based on how valuable the SE believes the site is for that keyword search.
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Search Engine Optimization vs User Experience Optimization

Search Engine Optimization vs User Experience Optimization | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it
Should user experience optimization take priority over search engine optimization? Read this post and decide for yourself.
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Web Designers, Does SEO Effect Your Creative Freedom?

Right now web design is closely tied to SEO. Mind you, when I say web design, I do not simply mean designing with the use of Adobe Photoshop. I mean the whole deal, from conception to presentation.
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