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If anybody know how to know perfect on page optimization of a website.
#optimization #page
  • Profile picture of the author rozerr
    I would like to recommend you this tutorial to learn everything about on-page.
    hxxp://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-seo
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  • Consider following items below:

    Meta tag inclusion in header,
    Use of H1 tag in html,
    Keyword research and optimization,
    keyword density,
    keyword popularity,
    Unique & relevant content,
    integration with social media into pages.

    All the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Perfect doesn't exist. I can offer improvement ideas, but only if you can show a website to improve.

    The Moz' Beginners Guide is linked above, and I'd recommend it too.
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    • Profile picture of the author DiggitySEO
      I'd respectfully have to say the Moz guide is a little out of date. When it comes to on-page optimization, being really conservative is the key and synonyms are what's killing it.

      Conservative

      Only use your target keywords 3-4 times in the following places: title, url, description, content.

      And I'm referring to the individual words, not the string. So if you're ranking for 'darth vader costume', if you have in your content 'check out his realistic vader gear', then that instance of 'vader' counts.

      Synonyms

      Awesome for 3 reasons:
      • A safe way to avoid over optimization penalities
      • You get credit for ranking the synonyms as well

      So when you use "Darth Vader Suit", you're getting ranking mojo for people that are using suit.

      Other: be careful with your URLs

      With the above example, lets say you have an inner page called "best vader costume"

      Try to avoid creating URLs like hxxp://www.darthvadercostume.com/best-vader-costume . You're going to get hit with an over-optimization penalty much easier if you're using these keywords in your content, description and anchors.


      Hope this helps!
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      • Profile picture of the author luke4
        Originally Posted by DiggitySEO View Post

        I'd respectfully have to say the Moz guide is a little out of date. When it comes to on-page optimization, being really conservative is the key and synonyms are what's killing it.

        Conservative

        Only use your target keywords 3-4 times in the following places: title, url, description, content.

        And I'm referring to the individual words, not the string. So if you're ranking for 'darth vader costume', if you have in your content 'check out his realistic vader gear', then that instance of 'vader' counts.

        Synonyms

        Awesome for 3 reasons:
        • A safe way to avoid over optimization penalities
        • You get credit for ranking the synonyms as well

        So when you use "Darth Vader Suit", you're getting ranking mojo for people that are using suit.

        Other: be careful with your URLs

        With the above example, lets say you have an inner page called "best vader costume"

        Try to avoid creating URLs like hxxp://www.darthvadercostume.com/best-vader-costume . You're going to get hit with an over-optimization penalty much easier if you're using these keywords in your content, description and anchors.


        Hope this helps!
        DiggitySEO has hit the nail on the head here!

        The latest Google updates have brought focus closer to the on-page content of a website and a couple of our off-page clients got knocked down for poor over-optimisation.
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  • Profile picture of the author senabhijit
    As per my knowledge ,On page optimization technique that is very helpful .
    Here some on-page optimization tips:
    • Page meta description
    • Page Meta title
    • Meta Keywords
    • H1 tags
    • H2 tags
    • XML site map
    • Create Robot.txt
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by senabhijit View Post

      • Page meta description
      • Page Meta title
      • Meta Keywords
      Meta keywords are useless. Don't waste your time with them. "Page Meta title" doesn't actually mean anything.

      Meta description is somewhat useful, but you don't need to have anything there. Google will then decide what to show, and it often shows the bit that's best for the current search and thus most likely to get clicked.
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  • Profile picture of the author azhar
    I suggest you, Just read the Google guidelines for on page optimization, and do it yourself. Also this is a good platform to get the opinions, suggestions from experienced member..
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Nguyen
    Would depend on they typo of website be optimised.

    And eCommerce website will need to need different on page compared to your average local accounting website.

    Here is a good start: hxxp://moz.com/blog/visual-guide-to-keyword-targeting-onpage-optimization
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    On page SEO Tips for 2014:
    Title Tag

    Description Tag

    Keywords Tag

    HX (Heading) Tags

    Images

    Search Engine Friendly URLs

    Quality Content Is King

    Navigation

    Internal linking

    External Linking

    Geo-tagging

    Authorship Markups

    Sociability

    XML Sitemap
    Xenu (Broken Links)
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  • Profile picture of the author MathewJonns
    Before starting on page optimization, there are few points those need to consider. These are:
    Website Analysis (includes website design, Social Media Profiles integration, content duplication, content relevancy etc.)

    For proper on Page Optimization, we need to search keywords relevant to website services and content(if content is poor or duplicate, we need to rewrite this).
    Create Meta tags with selected keywords. For Meta Tags creation always keep in mind, we have to create page specific Meta Tags for website.
    Other factors are already mentioned above from other users.

    Read Google Webmaster Guidelines for more detail.
    Hope this will help you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Roy Jones
    -keyword research
    -quality content
    -formulate a landing page strategy
    -optimize page titles
    -optimizing URLs
    -optimize meta data
    -optimize page content
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  • Profile picture of the author jacpacdh
    Here some on-page optimization tips:
    • Page meta description
    • Page Meta title
    • Meta Keywords
    • H1 tags
    • H2 tags
    • XML site map
    • Create Robot.txt
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