Why are many designers ignoring the semantic web?


I see designer after designer that charges for sites by the page; who also create logos, postcards … (brochures, fliers, etc) … Looking at their designs obvious SEO keywords are done in graphics or embedded into flash (and still as a graphic). Sometimes they include keywords … SEO, web 2.0, PHP, HTML …  at the bottom of the page in un-formatted text, (even labeled as keywords), in a structure that is not grammatically correct for their ads. I guess the semantic web isn’t the only thing being ignored, I don’t think those keywords are intended to WOW the people who look at the ad.

I guess it could be worse they could have specials like … “8 page web 2.0 site only $299”

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