What is on-page SEO?
The aim of SEO is to get a better position in the search results, and thus more frequent and targeted visitors. We know OFF page SEO tactics and ON-page SEO tactics. ON-page factors are – keyword in the element, keyword in the page content, the uniqueness of the page content if the website is suitable for the mobile phones, keyword in the domain name, page load speed, user experience on the site, etc.
- On-page SEO
- Search intent
- Common misconceptions
In this video, Sam Oh discusses on-page SEO and provides clarification on what it is and what it is not. He starts by explaining that on-page SEO involves optimizing web pages to rank higher in search engines, with a focus on search intent. He then debunks some common misconceptions about on-page SEO, including the practice of stuffing exact match keywords, using a specific keyword density, and meeting a minimum word count. Sam emphasizes that on-page SEO should prioritize satisfying the searcher's intent and provides tips on achieving this through content type, format, angle, titles, subheadings, internal linking, readability, and overall content quality. The video concludes by mentioning a part 2 that will delve into creating optimized content for search engines.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I do on-page SEO?
On-page or on-site SEO requires optimizing your title tags, meta descriptions, and header tags. Use keyword-rich anchor text, and create fresh and original content.
How can I optimize my content for on-page SEO?
There are many ways to optimize your content for on-page SEO such as using keyword-rich titles and descriptions, structuring your content using headings and subheadings and promoting your content through social media and other channels.
Why is on-page SEO important?
On-page SEO is important because it helps search engines understand what your website is about and how it can be useful for users. It also improves your website's click-through rate (CTR) and organic search traffic.