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Do you want to hire a web development company is US which charges $40 an hour and scretly oursources the work to companies like SEO Corporation. Or, you directly hire us in $15 an hour and get the best support instatnly.

We are cheap this does not mean our services are of any inferior quality.In most of the cases, our services are at par or superior than our counterparts in US.

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  1. Step 1: Tell us a little about your business, starting with the basics and we'll get started working on your design in as little as 24 hours!
  2. Step 2: Our designers get to work putting together a beautiful website design based on your input and any information you provided. Don't worry you will have a chance to review the site and make changes.
  3. Step 3: After you approve the design, we will connect your domain, help you complete your site content, optimize your site for search engines, and launch your site!

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Hi, I ‘m Vishal Vivek

I’m co-founder of SEO Corporation in India, a web design firm. People come to me for different requirements related to website design. To my credit, I’ve first-hand experience of designing more 248+ websites in five continents. So I can tell you a lot about website designs.

I am sharing you a data which I have never thought it proper to bring into the public domain. Almost 33.27% of our clients come to us for fixing their faulty website designs. Just a few days ago, a Canadian client came to us to create a fresh website.

He had already spent $22,800. Yes! And all of this went down the drain because of the poor website design.

And, there are many such clients, small business owners, startups, big businesses who commit the same mistakes. They don’t think the importance of web design properly and later repent.

Some of them don’t realize that their design is faulty and keep putting money and hoping that it would convert. But alas! They keep losing even further. The cost of their marketing substantially goes up.

Obviously, creating web design is the role of web developers, but business owners, too, play a great role. We’ll explain this in detail in different chapters given below:


Chapter 1
The True Purpose of Website Design

Most business owners are very good at taking care of the aesthetics of a website. Their websites are sleek and modern looking. It also reflects their brand well.

But, they fail to realize that this is just one aspect of website design. There second role is to convince and convert.

Here in Role # 2 they completely falter and everything breaks thereafter. Most web design companies don’t have designers who understand these aspects.

Often there is no logical reason behind the design. See how decisions are often made, and you would agree to this:

– The founder says, “I think pricing comparison chart should be on the first page.”
    The designer responds, “I suggest you to put this on page two.”

– The founder says, “I don’t like the contact us page designed that way.”
    The designer replies, “Sir, your customers will love that.”

– Founder says, “I want the colors to be smooth and softer.”
    Designer nods his head.

Often there is no logical reason behind the design. See how decisions are often made, and you would agree to this:

And the discussion keeps going on and on.

This is the typical way of taking decisions and that’s why faulty web designs are created as there is no logical and scientific approach towards website design.

Mostly the guy who says with the loudest of his vocal cord or with highest degree of conviction wins the argument. But, all of those decisions are still made on the gut feeling or assumption. But conversion doesn’t take place on the basis of assumption.

So let me tell you— is there any recipe to conversion centric –design.

Yes! Of course

A website that flows according to the natural eye movement of your customers without causing any friction converts more.

Designing a conversion –centered website design is possible as there is a well-defined scientific method to it. There are 7 eternal principals behind creating a conversion-centered website design, which are about wrapping things smartly, contrast, directional cues, logical use of white spaces, urgency and scarcity, social proof, and try before you buy.

If your website design passes on these seven parameters, we can say it’s good. Otherwise, you really need to reconsider your decision.

A conversion-centric design takes care of even little things like CTA button. The colour and size of your CTA button and push away or attract your visitors to click on it. Most people ignore these aspects.

And there is another challenge which often leaves people clueless. We’ll discuss it in the chapter 2.

Chapter 2
These Common Website Design

The role of conversion comes after visitor comes to your website. But the million dollars question how to draw visitors on your website. For that your design will require to be SEO friendly. Famous website Moz says:

"Search engines are limited in how they crawl the web and interpret content. A webpage doesn't always look the same to you and me as it looks to a search engine. You should modify your web pages in the way both search engines and humans like it."

Most websites have huge problem with indexable content, so it is worth-while to double check on this aspect. Using tools like Google's cache,, and the MozBar, it is possible to see which elements of your content are visible and indexable to engines. Just see these two images on how Google's text caches a page differently than your visitors.

Uh oh ... via Google cache, this is clear that Google search engine does not see the page the way we see. That’s a barren wasteland for search engines. The site is built entirely in Flash, but the worst part is that search engines can’t index the web page content. Without any HTML text, it would be very difficult to have a very hard time ranking in search results. So it’s not just wise to check the text content, but you should also make sure that the pages you’re building readable to search engine.

Having a crwlable link structure is another important part of creating an SEO-friendly website structure. Search engines need to see content in order to list pages to create a massive keyword-based index. A crawlable link structure allows the crawlers navigate the pathways of a website easily which is a vital aspect of an SEO friendly website design.

Approximately 80% websites don’t take care of this and make a critical mistake of structuring their navigation in ways that search engines cannot access.

It limits their ability to get listed in the search engines' indexes. There can be many reasons behind this and most of these mistakes are committed inadvertently in the design and development stage. Here are the few common mistakes as given below:

  1. There is a good probability that you’re using a JavaScript for links, which are not crwalable or give very little weight to the links embedded within. This can be fixed by replacing such links with standard HTML links.
  2. Another web design mistake is creating flash and JavaScript plugins. Search engines can’t detect them and seriously affects their ability to rank. They render them virtually invisible. Although dozens of pandas are listed and linked to on the page, no crawler can reach them through the site's link structure, rendering them invisible to the engines and hidden from users' search queries.
  3. The Meta Robots tag and the robots.txt file both allow a site owner to restrict crawler access to a page. Just be warned that many a webmaster has unintentionally used these directives as an attempt to block access by rogue bots, only to discover that search engines cease their crawl.

There are a many more mistakes but these are the most prominent ones. Even the best web design companies commit these mistakes. See what Moz has to say:

Chapter 3
Creating SEO-Friendly And Conversion Centered Website Design

The information architecture of a website plays a very critical role in creating a solid website design which is both conversion oriented and SEO friendly. Personally, I like the filing cabinet website structure. Your site is like a filing cabinet and major categories are like drawers. The subcategories are the folders in the drawers. And the pages are like papers or documents in the folders.

This is the whole context of website design. You should also take care of the context of different sub-categories within that site.

Navigation is another very important aspect for both conversion and SEO. A well-defined navigation gives a boost to your website like XML sitemaps; it clearly tells what every piece of content is all about.

It is more than the menu of your website. It can help raise awareness about your different services, making the task of users easier.

There is a good chance of getting wrong—so you should give a careful thought before starting to build the site. Understanding users become crucial here and you should ensure you are meeting their needs.

It makes users don’t have to think. It is like GPS navigation. It tells how you have to go to a particular place automatically.

Chapter 4
Making Mobile Friendly And Responsive Websites

Mobiles are now central to everything we do. So your website design should be mobile centric is not a choice but a necessity. Just being responsive is not enough now.

It might have worked in 2012, but now. Your website should be both mobile friendly and responsive as your users are interacting you’re your website via small screens. Your site design should be done keeping in requirements of mobile users such as typography and CTA button.

Even from an SEO perspective, this is an important SEO ranking factor. Google attaches a lot of importance whether your website is mobile friendly or not. So you can’t afford to ignore this aspect.

However, only 42% of our sites are mobile friendly and only 32% of people who come to us have both mobile friendly and responsive websites.

A website which takes care of the needs and wants of mobile users convert better in the era of mobiles. A user acts differently on mobile screen than on a website on desktop. Even if your conversions tend to be on a desktop, that crucial first touch may well be on mobile.

Chapter 5
Why These Are Amazing Website Designs

This website design aims to break the status quo; if you mouse over any image it creates an interesting affect. Users are intrigued when they click on the page. Just click “View,” and you’ll find that the chosen article folds out while other articles shift off. This is a good website for showcasing a photography portfolio.

The website has a clean interface which is also easy to use for a user. Entire layout is on single page.

Sorry for being so enthusiastic about this one, but Potluck exhibits a fantastic user experience. The generous white space helps the user access what they need, when they need it.

The forms and buttons have a fresh and open aesthetic that makes them easy to spot and use. Both the text and beautiful graphics are laid out in a way that guides the user through the website.

The buttons and icons work well together, and all buttons and input areas feel consistent and engaging. This is a great example of how a bit of well-chosen typography and a subtle, clean user interface go a long way to engaging and delighting users.

All companies strive for greater user experience for customers. But only a limited few are willing to make the changes required to deliver on that promise. The reality is that they don’t have even clue just how bad their user experience is. That is why we stress a lot on user experience while website designing.

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