Flyte Blog: The 8th Best Looking SEO Site in the World!

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I’m not usually one for awards or awards shows or award sites…that is, except when I’m recognized. Especially when I didn’t even know I was up for something so no one can accuse me of ballot stuffing.

Aubrey Alexander sent me an email yesterday informing me that we were rated the 9th best looking SEO Web site (currently #8…with a bullet!) at CommandShift3′s Best Designed SEO Sites battle. (Command-shift-3 is how you take a screen capture on the Mac.) The site sets up side-by-side battles of two Web sites in a given category.

If you’d like to rock the vote you can. You can also submit your own site (or one you like.)

Well, what are you waiting for? Go stuff those ballots!

Rich Brooks
Eight Best Looking SEO Professional…or Something Like That

  • http://www.activestudios.com Aubrey Alexander

    When people are voting on sites at CS3, they spend four seconds deciding which is better: A or B. Since your focus in design is call-to-action and getting results in a similar time frame, it should be no surprise that you will perform better then somebody who things a good design is just picking the right clip art. That's the difference between 90% of so-called web designers vs. usability and information architecture. If you continue spend your design time focusing on function over form, you better get comfortable with ending up on more lists like this.

  • http://www.activestudios.com Aubrey Alexander

    When people are voting on sites at CS3, they spend four seconds deciding which is better: A or B. Since your focus in design is call-to-action and getting results in a similar time frame, it should be no surprise that you will perform better then somebody who things a good design is just picking the right clip art. That's the difference between 90% of so-called web designers vs. usability and information architecture. If you continue spend your design time focusing on function over form, you better get comfortable with ending up on more lists like this.