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Help Me/Question What Comes Under On Page Seo?

Discussion in 'General SEO Topics' started by justiinn, Mar 8, 2016.

  1. neelseowork

    Yellow Belt

    Jun 19, 2017
    +44 / -0
    If you have knowledge about off page then it is must that you have knowledge about on page SEO. because On page SEO is the first step and after that, you can move to Off page SEO.
    It is not about designing sites in HTML or css. it is a totally different thing.

    On page activities which you have to follow strictly to make your site SEO friendly.
    1. Page Titles. Your page titles are one of the most important SEO factors on your site
    2. Meta Descriptions. Many people forget to include meta descriptions for their pages
    3. Meta Tags
    4. URL Structure
    5. Body Tags (H1, H2, H3, H4, etc.)
    6. Keyword Density
    7. Image SEO
    8. Internal Linking
  2. neelseofast

    Yellow Belt

    Jun 20, 2017
    +3 / -0
    On page SEO:

    Meta Title and Description
    URL Structure
    Body Tag
    Keyword Density
    Internal Linking
    Content Optimization
  3. Tommy91

    Tommy91 New Member

    Aug 19, 2017
    +0 / -0
    SEO OnPage starts by refining the code and content for your Web site so that search engines easily access and crawl your site. On-page SEO mainly improves HTML tags - including H1 tags, Title tags, Bold tags ... Here is a list of key elements that cater to the SEO OnPage you need to care about:

    1. Title tag

    Headlines, keywords, are the first elements that you can use to attract visitors as well as help a lot of search engines scanned through your site.

    2. Meta Description

    Many search engines use descriptive tags at any time, but it is best to put it right in the case. Put your keywords in the first part of the meta description tag.

    3. Keyword meta tag (Meta keyword)

    Meta keywords are still of great value to boost your site's rankings. Use keywords related to your article, about 10 words or more to get the best effect.
    Today though Meta Keywords are no longer important to search engines anymore, however, you should still enter your main keywords into keyword meta tags to make it easier for robots to crawl.

    4. Link name (URL)

    The URL path name must be dynamic and match the name of the keyword.

    5. Add the ALT attribute when displaying images

    Most search engines are currently unable to analyze the images on the website, so you should use the ALT tag for images to help the search engines understand the content of the images. Also, when the path to the photo is still there. Then the content in ALT will be displayed instead of the image, allowing viewers to visualize the content of the image.

    6. Heading card

    The title tags H1, h2, and h3 use title tags to identify their key object types, and put your keywords in style at least once a title.

    7. Valid HTML

    Use the W3C HTML validator to determine if your page's HTML code is valid. A site with too many HTML errors will not be able to rank well in the SERPS.

    8. Robots.txt

    Robots.txt - Robots Exclusion Protocol, which helps webmasters guide search engines that they will be allowed to scan through any component of the site. For more information on robot.txt you can look at robotstxt.org.

    9. Sitemap

    Create an XML Sitemap to describe your sitemap that will allow search engines to crawl your site more easily.

    10. Internal links

    Build internal links between related articles. Building good links with other relevant articles will help your site have more chances of succeeding in increasing search engine rankings as well as making it easier for visitors. Because search engines like Google can identify the relationship between article content and links, internal links on the Web also serve as a guideline for website visitors as well as search engines.

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