Team Logo Cases announces launch of new advanced website for its online store

April 18, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
April 18, 2015 - Michael Azif, owner of Team Logo Cases, announced today that his company has launched their new website, after a dramatic face lift. Azif claims that the new site is one of the most compliant and advanced sites around. He adds, the web site is "as cutting edge as it gets".

When asked what makes his company's new website so special, he answered: "I'm not as technical as our developers, so I can't explain it as well." They've used something called schema to embed a lot of critical information under the hood. This information will help search engines like Google understand all there is to know about our products and our company.

"When someone asks Google about a product, or about how to protect their sports memorabilia, Google will know that we're the company that does that. They'll show our site in their search results and that gives us the opportunity to show how much better we do it than anyone else."

Schema is a form of markup language that is specially coded to tell the search engines details that might not be of any interest to visitors to the site. Meaning, it's done "under the hood", as Mr. Azif says. Such markup is invisible to visitors, but can communicate all the information a search engine could ask for. This makes the site more valuable to those searching for their goods and services.

Team Logo Cases' website is also fully responsive. This means that whether visitors are on a desktop computer, a tablet or a smart phone, the site will display in the best possible layout for their device. It also means that the site's pages will load faster for mobile devices. These devices have less memory and processing power than desktop systems. Search engines deem those considerations critical.

Asked what the new website cost the company, Mr. Azif said, "The cost of the project shouldn't be the question. The better question would be, 'what's the cost of not doing it?' We knew we had to make our site responsive for mobile devices, because Google set a deadline later this month for doing so. "

"I just decided that as long as we needed to spend the money to do that, we should spend a little more and make it really pay off. I'm confident that John Britsios from SEO Workers, our lead developer on this project, has delivered a website that is as cutting edge as it gets. That's going to pay off for us in the long run."

Michael invites you to visit their new site at to see what he's so proud of.

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