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Not every career starter, webmaster / SEO or secondary earner can afford a professional web design that looks good, is easy to use for users and is also suitable for search engines. But since when have search engines like Google been interested in the design or source code of a website? On the one hand a bad code base or invalid HTML is not good for the robots of the search engines, on the other hand it has been known for some time that the loading time of a website is also one of the many ranking criteria of the Google algorithm. So it is not only important to have the actual text content that the spider should find as high as possible in the code of the page, but not to unnecessarily inflate and nest the code as a whole, so that the loading time takes unnecessarily long. And who is now making the design and implementation of a homepage affordable for the professional group, some of which are rather budget-tight or tend to make their own? There is not only a web designer agency that is not only aimed at SMEs or large corporations, but also has a special call recorder· tool on this target group. So you can summarize: Web design is affordable for almost everyone and on-page search engine optimization also includes things that you might not have thought of at first. So onpage is much more than just a good title tag and unique content. PS: A small addendum should also be thought about the server connection regarding website loading speed.
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