Getting Custom Website...Seo Friendly?

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Hi

I am getting a custom website built for my project and wanted to know if i should know anything about making it seo friendly..I mean should i be concern that most web dev make sites which are not seo friendly?

My problem was that how will I implement "title" "meta description" "meta keywords" like i used to do with WP plugins?

If anybody can share there experience with this will be appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author ramdom123
    Any help guys?
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  • Profile picture of the author Charley Brown
    I would make it clear to the designer that you really need the site to be SEO-friendly. If they are good at what they do, they will make it work. It may take some tweaking on your desired design or template, but that is what they are getting paid to do.

    Also remember that part of the SEO-friendliness of the site will come from your content.

    Don't settle for a website that isn't SEO-friendly, as you will end up putting in twice the effort to get it ranking for your target terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author e21 SEO
    and what about they create custom WP built? so you can customized yourself too if you're familiar already with wordpress. I had experience that my site created in Joomla and I familiar with wp, so to customized it I often confuse myself
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  • Profile picture of the author anirban4u
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    For making it SEO friendly you should go with good Onpage SEO and also WEB 2.0 features to be integrated. It is best to go for any SEO guy who can make good Onpage for your website
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart william
    If you want to make your website SEO friendly then ask your developer to reduce the size of the website as it is an important factor in ranking.
    Use social media elements in your website
    Use search engine friendly URL
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    • Profile picture of the author jamesmorrison80
      And one more thing you have to drive hips of traffics to your website and don't forget content marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesmorrison80
    There are many posts out there you can find some at tectual.com.au blog. just google it. but fews are:
    1. have one H1 tag
    2. use keywords in h1, h2 and h3 tags
    3. have enough content and use keywords in your content
    4. don't forget alt, title attributes
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  • Profile picture of the author NVWebsites
    You add the meta description and title tag inside the head of your HTML.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by ramdom123 View Post

    My problem was that how will I implement "title" "meta description" "meta keywords" like i used to do with WP plugins?
    The web designer should know how to add that stuff in the code. It is really easy.

    I would skip the meta keywords though. It is moronic to use them.
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