These are the elements of on page SEO to try for when you are writing an article:
You need to provide a bizarre user experience
You always make sure that visitors don’t go away or confused when visiting to your site, its important to keeping them happy. Website should:
- Easy to navigate.
- Easy to understanding.
- Loads fast.
- Visually pleasing.
It is the ability of the page or post to be indexed by a search engine’s bot (SERP), or program that helps index a page.
- Static URL (page url doesn’t change every time it refreshes.
- Unique content.
- URL not too long or too short.
- Page not created completely out of Flash or an image map (and no alt tags).
You need to target specific or focus keywords for each page, or post. Keyword targeting is not just targeting certain words, but also tactically (and properly) placing them in your page, or post. You need to make a checklist for yourself and be sure to include these points:
1. Page title
This may be the single most important part of on-page SEO. Use short and meaningful titles. The Placement of keyword should as close to the front of the title as possible.
When you create your file or canonical blog post title, be sure the keyword is included.
(H1, H2 and H3) – Keyword should be in all three.
Keyword density should be about 1 keyword per every 100 words. That does not mean that you need to be placing the keyword at every 100th word. For example, a 1000-word blog post should have the keyword in there about 10 times.
The keyword should be in the alt tags and ideally in the title, the file name, etc.
6. Link building
Links with the keyword in the anchor text (the text that people use when linking ) presenting to another page on your site and also a keyword in the anchor text going to an external site. Link liberally. If you are worried about losing traffic to other sites, just remember:
- Linking externally gives you more SEO credit and
- Many visitors (like me) will bookmark and return to a page JUST BECAUSE of the links.
If you get a link from a blog that gets a lot of visitors, you could see a huge traffic spike from it. If you get links from lots of blogs, you could and will see visitors coming from most of them. Maybe not a bunch, but as you get more and more links, you will see more visitors coming. The bottom line about link building is that you have to create something great that people want to link to. If you can consistently do that, many other things will fall into place.
7. Meta description
Meta tags don’t hold the same importance that they used to, but filling out the description is important. The Meta description is what people see when search results come, Meta description and a killer title can give you the viral result. But be sure to include the targeted keyword. I also did a write up on Meta Description and how plays a small but Important Role in SEO.
I have spent a lot of time talking about Simplest Ways to Use Other Factors of On Page SEO to Boost Traffic; As every blogger know and accept that Content is king. I also wrote an article for Most Entertaining Ways to Improve Your Writing Skills, which may help you to improvise yours as well. Content takes front and center stage once someone finds your page. Yet, it is not the only part of on page SEO, so let’s look at infographic that make up a really well-optimized web page.
Its obvious that you also have some tips and tricks about on-page SEO that you are implementing at your end, If you want to share or discuss something feel free to drop a comment below.
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