12 Important On-Page SEO Factors

SourceEnterprises

Beta member
Messages
3
Location
US
1. Leverage SEO-Friendly Permalink URLs
-You want your page's URL to be short and keyword rich.
AVOID ugly URls like (backlinko.com/p=12345313).
Google has stated that the first 3-5 words in a URL are given the most weight.

2. Goal= Start Title with Keyword
-Your title tag is the most important on-page SEO element.

3. Dazzle with multimedia
-Text can only take your content so far. Engaging images, videos and diagrams can reduce bounce rate and increase time on site.

4. Use Outbound Links
- Outbound links to related pages is relevancy signal that helps Google zero-in on your page's topic.

5. Drop Keyword in First 100 Words
-Your keyword should appear in the first 100-150 words of the article.
Putting the keyword early in the content emphasizes that your article's content is about the keyword.

6. Nail Loading Speed
- Make sure your page loads in 4 seconds or less.

7. Add Modifiers to Your Title
-Adding modifiers like "2013", "best", "guide", and "review" can help your rank for tail versions of your target keyword.

8. Using Social Sharing Buttons
-Social signals are becoming a larger part of search engine algorithms. So use them.

9. Post Long content
- Aim for at least 1500 words when targeting competitive keywords. I have found that longer content ranks significantly higher in google.

10. Decrease bounce rate
-You want users to stay on your site and not just leave right away, some ways to to this would include to add internal links, write compelling copy, and invest in a clean site design.

11. LSI Keywords
-LSI keywords are synonyms that Google uses to determine a page's relevancy (and possible quality). Find LSI keywords using "Searches related to..." at the bottom of Google Search results or by entering your keyword into the Google Adwords Keyword Tool.

12. Wrap your Title in an H1 Tag
-The H1 tag is your "headline" tag. Most blog platforms automatically add the H1 tag to your post title. But some themes override this setting.

All this stuff came from trial and error from me at work and research that I have found. Hope this helps some of you. :)
 

anikolenko

Solid State Member
Messages
9
Location
Ukraine
1. Leverage SEO-Friendly Permalink URLs
-You want your page's URL to be short and keyword rich.
AVOID ugly URls like (backlinko.com/p=12345313).
Google has stated that the first 3-5 words in a URL are given the most weight.
URL should have a keyword. For example, if you have an article about red elephants, URL should look like example.com/article/red-elephants. Use "-" instead of a space.

5. Drop Keyword in First 100 Words
-Your keyword should appear in the first 100-150 words of the article.
Putting the keyword early in the content emphasizes that your article's content is about the keyword.
Ideally, a content should start with a keyword. For example "Red elephants are very strange animals..."

6. Nail Loading Speed
- Make sure your page loads in 4 seconds or less.
1-2 seconds not more.
 

anikolenko

Solid State Member
Messages
9
Location
Ukraine
it is almost impossible. Remember that the whole site is loaded only once. If you have a graphically rich, this is impossible.
Try to open Google Image and enter anything. And you will see it's possible. :)
 

mahmudulhasanrifat

Solid State Member
Messages
6
Location
Bangaladesh
  1. Title Tag: The title tag is the HTML tag that specifies the title of a web page. It should be unique and accurately describe the content of the page, while also containing relevant keywords.
  2. Meta Description: The meta description is the HTML tag that provides a brief summary of a web page’s content. It should be unique and engaging, while also containing relevant keywords.
  3. Headings (H1, H2, H3, etc.): Headings are used to organizing and structure the content on a web page. They are ranked in order of importance, with H1 being the most important and H6 being the least important.
  4. URL Structure: URLs should be clean, easy to read, and contain relevant keywords.
  5. Content Quality: Content should be well-written, informative, and relevant to the topic of the page. It should also be regularly updated.
  6. Internal Linking: Internal linking is the process of linking to other pages on your own website. It helps visitors navigate your site and also can pass link equity to other pages on your site.
  7. Image Optimization: Optimize images by using relevant, descriptive file names and alt tags.
  8. Mobile-friendliness: As more and more users are browsing the web on mobile devices, it’s important to ensure that your website is mobile-friendly.
  9. Page load speed: Pages that load quickly will have a better user experience, and will perform better in search results.
  10. Schema Markup: Schema markup is a type of microdata that can be added to a website’s HTML to provide search engines with more information about the content on a page.
  11. Social Sharing: Encourage visitors to share your content on social media by including social sharing buttons on your pages.
  12. User experience: The overall user experience of a website is an important factor in search rankings. Ensure that your website is easy to use, loads quickly, and has a clear structure.
These are important on-page SEO factors that should be considered when optimizing a website for search engines. It’s worth noting that in order to see improvement in search rankings, it’s important to implement these factors in a consistent and strategic manner and keep track of performance over time.

Mahmudul Hasan Rifat
SEO Expert at ITech Theme
 
Top Bottom