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  1. jaymz barber

    I am currently employed at a rapidly growing, and successful SEO marketing firm. I have done a lot of freelance work in my past and I think that any strategy that allows a designer to casually persuade a client towards a better final product is a good strategy to adopt. Great article.

    Jaymz

  2. mark rushworth

    SEO gives you the tools to communicate to your target market using honest terminology… it helps avoid spin and used effectively will keep a site on topic and focused on convertion…
    as for what is seo its ‘getting your site to the top of google, msn and yahoo etc’ easy peasy.

  3. Jordan

    What a coincidence that I find this two hours after I used the techniques described within.

    My client wanted the entire header to be in Flash, but since I hate working with Flash and it doesn’t suit this case at all, I told him that it wouldn’t be good for SEO. He conceded and I’m set to start working on a nice XHTML|CSS header tomorrow.

    Great article.

  4. JustMe

    Was the design director on a very large, very well known website. At launch (2000) the powers that be insisted on a Flash intro page, there was no way of talking them out of it. The site went live, the splash page lasted less than a day. Visitors complained even though it was a beautiful, costly page. It was “we told you so”. Have never had to do a splash page since.

  5. Zinni

    JustMe,

    Lucky for you! from time to time we take on jobs from small businesses. While not specific to small business, it seems that they love the web (Circa 1999) and want only the coolest flash intros and dancing hamster backgrounds. I wish that I could say just let them find out for themselves and say told you so. Unfortunately this doesn’t make a client want to come back for more business later…

  6. Nubloo

    Hi, I just came across your blog and I like it a lot :)

    I’d say there is a fine line between using SEO, or any other “techno babble”, as an escape route for something you simply don’t like to do for personal reasons (like Jordan, comment #3), or for something you know would take hours to explain otherwise.

    In my opinion, our main objective should always be to deliver the best solution to a client, and for that purpose, using a shortcut like this is acceptable. But we have to use this with responsibility. We should restrain from using things like these for persuading a client if it’s for personal reasons and not for our client’s cause.

  7. Zinni

    Nubloo, I agree completely! Great post and welcome.

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