Your home page (as you know) is essentially an image file (a bunch of images pieced together).
This is why it loads as it does. But the significant problem with this approach is that there is no text content for search engines to "read".
The alt image tag for each of the image slices is "gossimopro.com". This is a waste of alt image tags because it is your domain name and the domain name will affect search results more than your alt image tags.
Using images for your menu items is not the best (text would be better for SEO), but again the alt image tag should at least be the name of the link - like "catalog".
Also, the "home" button is not easily seen.
My suggestion would be to rework the whole site so that your content is text not images.
This can be done with out losing the "look" / graphics of the site. IF this is not done, your site will have significant challenges trying to get good search results.
PS. I see that your web designer uses the same image slicing on his/her home page.
vwebworld5/17/2009 4:38 PM
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