Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the amount of traffic to a website and/or improving the quality of traffic to a website (or specific web pages) which comes from search engines via "natural" (i.e., un-paid, "organic" or "algorithmic") search results – this does not also include, and is many times confused with also including, other forms of Search Engine Marketing (SEM).
The activity of SEM usually means paid inclusions into search engines, directories or other placements on other sites of a paid nature, and this is not SEO, but can boost the effectiveness of SEO activities.
The theory behind SEO is that the higher to the top of a search engine results page your link appears, the more visitors your site will receive from the various search engine users.
At least 4 things we can provide for your business in an Advanced Contact Form that most other website development companies do not.
At Seattle New Media we can provide a default website installation, where our Content Management System (CMS) by default is already configured to provide a contact form that goes far beyond what most other companies provide.
What can our Contact Form installation do that other's do not?
Most other site contact forms that other website development companies provide *only* provide the first 2 below, and not all the other features.
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We were just curious as to what sites were getting the most traffic in the Seattle, WA area, and these were the sites that we came up with...
Here are the 35 top most visited local Seattle-based websites:
cross browser compatibility testing
Have you ever visited a site that seems to have issues, such as content that is out of alignment?
Have you ever wondered exactly why, and if the site owner knows?
Sites that do not display perfectly are probably not "cross-browser compatible." And, no, the developer probably was not aware. A good website developer will use standards that should not lead to web browser display issues, and use tools to determine how sites show in other browser/OS versions; and then additionally, if the source coding that is used seems to need to remain for certain browser versions, then using browser-detects to give different pages to different users based on if there are known issues with a particular browser/OS configuration is the last option.