Getting your website ranked organically for your keywords can really mean the difference between really succeeding and barely scraping by. According to Marketing Land on average, 71.33% of searches resulted in a page one Google organic click. This goes on to support the saying the best page to bury a dead body is on the second page of Google. We recently relaunched our website and we have worked our way back to the first page for “San Francisco web design, “San Francisco web designer” and “San Francisco website designer,” three of the most competitive search terms in our industry. Apart from SEO, here are the most important things that we did to earn our position on the first page of Google.
A lot of our clients are curious as to what we predict will be hot and new next year. We anticipate that all the web design trends for 2015 will continue to play out in 2016 with everything revolving around responsive web design and the mobile user experience. For the majority of companies who survive on business driven by their websites, forward-looking is the only way to approach a redesign project. Below, we have outlined some of our web design predictions.