1. Compliance with the uniform style of the site on all its pages. This simple measure will not only give recognition to the style of your site, it will instill a sense of your professionalism to the visitor. Nice to be on thoughtful and “beautiful” sites, agree? This pleasant feeling directly affects the perception of the quality of all the material on their pages. Scrupulous moments such as the literacy of texts, the quality of audio and video, the convenience of downloading them, etc. can also be attributed to this point. The worst thing for you is if a user sees typos on your site. I, carried away by the thought, quickly type text with constant typos. Or, as I like to joke, “BIGGEST”. I’ll skip the letter, I will confuse them in places, then I won’t put a comma, etc., etc. I have to run the text through Microsoft Word, otherwise I may miss a typo and not notice … Continue reading
The audience of the World Wide Web was about 250 million people. Sites were not very colorful collections of texts. The number of illustrations was limited by the bandwidth of the channel and the amount of traffic. Information processing was carried out on sufficiently low-power systems by today’s standards, with a small amount of operational and permanent memory. Servers also left much to be desired …
Technical limitations, of course, prevented the full disclosure of the creative potential of web developers. Sometimes they so wanted to screw the chip in a bit more fun and more fun, in order to fully realize their Napoleonic plans to realize their own vision of site development … Continue reading
Tell me, what is the first thing you do when you need to find any information on the Internet? Right. Usually you open your favorite search engine (Google, Yandex, Rambler or another). And what do you see? According to popular requests – thousands, or even millions of pages. Sometimes they cannot be viewed simply physically. And how many pages do you open by links? I’m barely enough for 12.
And if your blog is on the 30th page in search results, then I definitely won’t see it, even if it contains very interesting information for me. So, for the name of actions aimed at “moving” your site or blog, the devil knows which page is ahead of the others (it’s better to go to the first page where everyone views it), and a special term has been coined: “SEO” – search engine optimization.