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Oct 24, 2013, 08:02 #1
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When re-designing and wanting to optimize for SEO - what approach makes sense?
Hopefully I'm not about to commit a cardinal sin here
I've recently acquired a small SaaS start-up and one of the things that will be needed is a re-design of the logo, graphics and also the overall layout/content of the site. (I'll be asking for reviews in another forum in the future based on the guidelines)
But as I'm thinking about re-designing, one of the questions I can't seem to answer by researching has been whether or not taking the popular single-page website approach is going to make SEO harder, easier or if it really doesn't have any great impact on it at all.
It's probably a polarizing question - but any tips, online sources or similar that you can point me to so I can read up would be hugely appreciated!
Oct 25, 2013, 07:02 #2
Keep in mind that with big websites the inner link structure is very important for the search engines.