how to do on-page optimization

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how to do on-page optimization

Postby Harrymurad » Mon Jun 09, 2008 12:47 am

Hi friends

Everyone told me to do on-page optimization for my site. I have studied many sites but was failed to understand the technique of on-page optimization.

Could you please explain me the easiest and simplest way to do on-page.

I will be thankful to you.

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Postby aciam » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:53 am

here are some ways on doing on-page optimization: ... ation_tips

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Postby stevewaganer » Mon Jun 16, 2008 2:59 am

On Page optimization techniques include content optimization, the title-tag, several META-Tags, headlines & text decoration, alt- and title-attributes and continuous actualization.
On-Page factors are related directly to the content and structure of the website. On-page optimization involves modifying keyword frequency in the URL, Title, Headings, Hypertext Links and Body text.

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Postby skysoldier » Mon Jun 16, 2008 1:13 pm

I hope this may help you understand it well!

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Postby delhiseo » Sun Jun 22, 2008 11:32 pm

It is simple to understand. See what you found on the page. And if you do any seo work on the page then it is on-page optimization like heading, anchor text, images, title, meta description, etc.

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Postby ericajoieake » Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:44 pm

before you begin your on page optimization you have to generate first your competitive major and minor keywords.

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Postby zeruel » Fri Jun 27, 2008 4:49 am

Analyze your site first. Include the structures of the site, page characteristics, broken links, contents, etc.. Then go with your keyword research...

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Postby cooluks » Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:28 am

How about reading the beginners guide to seo from

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Postby alvis » Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:52 pm

Its very simple put keywords in content,title tag, description tag,alt tag.

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Postby x3mario » Mon Jul 07, 2008 12:22 am

Try to visit this site. It can help you to start optimizing a site. ... timization

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Postby seoanie » Thu Jul 10, 2008 10:14 pm

On page optimization techniques

1. Proper keyword density
2. Use of alt tag in images
3.Regularlay update the content
4.create sitemap
5.Proper naviation structure
6. Keyword linking withing the pages

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Postby Datasolutioninc » Thu Jul 10, 2008 10:37 pm

Analyze your site first. Include the structures of the site, page characteristics, broken links, contents, etc. Then go with your keyword research.

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Re: how to do on-page optimization

Postby on page » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:55 am

On page optimisation it refers to the text and content of your website. You must consider the factors of on page seo, it includes the meta description, page title tags, header tags, content optimization and internal keyword links.

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Re: how to do on-page optimization

Postby jerin » Sat Jul 24, 2010 3:13 am

(1) Content Optimization

This is a tough one, because you should of course concentrate on your user and easy readability, but you always have to have an eye on the search engines as well. For your users it’s clear what a certain page is about if it’s written in the headline, but for search engines it’s better to repeat the important keywords several times. So you have to strike the right balance:

- Concentrate on your users first
That’s what the website is about – you don’t sell your products or services to search engines but to people. And if they don’t get what you’re saying or find it hard to read through your website they very likely hit the back button of their browser and visit your competition.
- Then modify for search engines
If you got your text together go over it again and try to get some more keywords and phrases in where they fit and make sense. There is no certain amount or percentage that is best, just make sure to just use them a couple of times. The best ways to avoid using them too often are to use different words and phrases and to create some lists. Lists are always good to bring in some keywords.

(2) TITLE-Tag

<title>Website title</title>
It is displayed at the top of your browser and it is also used as the title of your website in the SERPs. Therefore you should take your time and think about the best title for your page.

Important aspects of the title-tag:
- Give every page of your website its own title and don’t use one title for the whole website.
- It should contain no more than around 10-12 words.
- Think of it as a short ad copy, because that’s basically it when users see them on the SERPs.

(3) META-Tags

META-Tags are not as important any more as they used to be. That’s basically because people started using them to spam search engines – especially the keyword-tag was heavily used for that. Nevertheless there are still some important META-Tags you should use:

<meta name=�description� content=�� />
The description-tag is probably the most important META-Tag. It is displayed in the SERPs and you should select it as carefully as the title-tag.

Important aspects of the description-tag:
- Give every page of your website its own description and don’t use one description for the whole website.
- The description -tag is one of the few meta-tags that still positively influences your website’s ranking, so it’s good to use your most important keywords in it.
- It should contain not more than around 25-30 words.
- Think of it as a short ad copy, because that’s basically it when users see them on the SERPs
(4) Headlines & text decoration

Headlines shouldn’t only be used to structure your content and keep it easy to read, but also for SEO reasons. Search engines tend to give headlines between <h1></h1>…<h3></h3> tags more relevancy – <h1> being the most relevant headline.

Just like the headlines also other text decorations can help search engines identify the most important party of your website. Use <strong>and <em> to mark some text where it’s useful and also try to create some lists with<ul> or <ol>.

Everything of course with an eye on your defined keywords and phrases.

(5) TITLE- and ALT – Attributes

Title- and alt – attributes are used to describe text-links and images. It’s not only for search engine – reasons you should use them, but also for accessibility. They are shown if you move the mouse over links and images. Besides, the alt-attribute is shown if the image isn’t (yet) loaded.

(6) Keep it up-to-date

Search engines always want new content, so feed them! Not only your website will grow automatically if you always add something to it, but also search engines tend to spider your website more often if they always find something new.

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