As a blogger who is attempting to achieve a high organic rank in googles search results I think I know a bit about On-Site SEO. Although, I must warn you I am by no means an expert in this field of Digital Marketing. If your looking for an experts advice unfortunately you’ve come to the wrong place. But if you’re looking for the closest thing to an english translation of all the On-Site SEO jargon you’ve come to the right place. As we always do here on the site well start off by asking what the hell On-Site SEO is.
What is On-Site SEO?
lets put the SEO in On-Site SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, mix that with On-Site and you have On-Site SEO. So now we have On-Site Search Engine Optimization which is essentially optimizing things within you your site to help not only search engines but real life people who visit your web page understand what is actually going on with your site.
How Can I Improve My On-Site SEO?
Search Engines have come along way from their humble beginnings where content creators would find loop holes within the search engines logarithm so they could rank higher in organic search results. Needless to say there have been some improvements to search engine logarithms. Nowadays you have to be true to your content, you must be unique and in depth with your explanation because now you aren’t ranked on how many times your keyword is seen on a page by a search engine. Things have changed, in my humblest of opinions for the better, because now were all on equal grounds if you put the time in to make your content as original/unique, in depth, trustworthy, and user friendly as possible you can rank high and get your message or product out to your intended audience!
What Are Some Techniques That Will Boost My Rank?
Heres a List of things that can help along with a brief Explanation of what to do.
- Title Tag (Clickable Headline) you can change the name of your title tag to attract more people to your site (just make sure its relative to your keyword).
- Meta Description (Short summary of the page, often just a snippet of the content) describe your content in as unique a way as possible to try and catch the eye of a viewer.
- Do Not Duplicate content (content that can be found elsewhere) its better to be safe than sorry just don’t to it.
Cheers to Moz.com for clearing a few things on On-Site SEO for me