Write For The Web: How to Stand Out in Search Engines?
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There's a lot to see on the web and you don't have much time to make an impact. This guide will help you create a clear and effective website, for your readers and for Google.
SimDif is here to help you achieve just this
SimDif is a website builder designed for extreme ease-of-use. It also comes with a built-in Optimization Assistant to help you create the kind of website your readers and Google are looking for.
Our "Write for the Web" guide is a good example of what you can do for your readers:
The Tabs menu on the left, or Menu button (top right) on mobile devices, give your readers a clear idea of the topics your website covers. Your visitors won't get lost, because the tabs indicate which page they are currently on, and also which other pages they can visit to answer their questions.
If Google thinks your readers can find answers to their questions, it will suggest your page in search results.
Write for the Web explains the qualities readers appreciateand how to help search engines recommend your site.
Keep in mind: You are not your reader
You are creating your website for your visitors to learn about what you do and perhaps to make a decision, for example to purchase or not.
Putting aside your own tastes and expectations will help you avoid many of the common pitfalls when building a site. It can be really hard to set your own vision aside.
It is vitally important to turn to your readers and clients in order to understand not only the words and expressions they use but also how to organize the pages and choose the appearance of your site well.
We encourage you to actively read this quick guide
We keep improving it to make it as simple as possible.
These pages here are for you to browse as you wish, but please note that the numbers suggest a good order in which to address the key points.
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With SimDif you can access and edit your site in the same easy way with: