Getting maximum onpage SEO

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Hi all. I've a music blog with most posts following the given pattern: Some intro text containing the keywords and their variations. Then youtube embeds with song names in h1 or h2 tags + some keywords when possible, then some links and images with title and alt tags. Then links to relevant articles and below all appropriate labels (tags). What can I do in order to create even better SEO document for this case (if possible)? The blog is in my signature and I don't want to Spam - just asking for improvements. Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author radivoj
    After latest Google algorithm change H1 H2 H3 are not important as used to be make sure you are more focus on quality content for the users less for search engine...
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  • Profile picture of the author kayetaylor
    radivoj is right and read more about onpage optimization, it says there that the title, description and keywords on each page is important and soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    Just focus on the meta information and let the rest take care of itself.

    Since penguin came out I've been ranking my sites using only Meta Title/Description/Keywords just fine!
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    • Profile picture of the author bloghands
      If it was the 90s I'd be saying something completely different but the fact is... there is no such thing has maximum or perfect on-page SEO. But here's my advice...

      1. Use HTML elements appropriately, don't style them to look like something they are not. For example I saw someone put all their paragraphs in H1 tags because they thought this would make their text appear more important to Google. Guess what... it didn't work.

      2. Give all files descriptive names. Everything from your URL to Image and Video files. Always give every thing a easy to understand description.

      3. Make sure each page has a specific theme. If you are analyzing the keyword density of each page trying to get a perfect percentage. Then you're wasting your time and at the end of the day you're probably hurting yourself more than you're helping.

      4. Is the page valuable? Last and definitely not least look at the page and ask yourself if you where a random visitor do you think you would find the page useful? If you're answer is not a definite yes then you're page probably won't do very well.
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  • Profile picture of the author RevSEO
    After Penguin the last thing you want to do is "perfect" onsite optimization, or atleast the definition of perfect onsite that many people still consider to be perfect.

    My recommendation is to have the keyword atleast once in the title tag, once in a H1/H2/H3 tag, and once in the content. That's it.

    If anything be sure that your keyword density is below 4%, and you aren't going over board with keyword placement.
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    • Profile picture of the author karthikseo

      Onpage having various techniques..

      Title tags optimization: Which is most important techniques in onpage factors.. Just collect your compettitve with high search volume keyword from Keyword tools.. Then optimize the keywords in your title keyword with perfect keyword phrases once..

      Meta Descrtiption: Make your own mind to write a description with depends on your services, which must includes a above keywords twice in your descriptions.

      It will bring your keyword in top ranking postion..
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  • Profile picture of the author kyle4hire
    I definitely agree with you karthiksseo but sometimes you have to look over your title or header also.

    Web Dev, Web Content Writer, SEO for 350$ per month

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