Like What Is Perfect SEO On-Page Blog?

Often the question of what it seo on page actually appears after a Blogger has little to know seo off page. The real thing upside down is in my opinion is a very reasonable mistake.

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When a person begins to pursue the world of Blogging - whatever the motivation, it usually starts by looking for themes - creating blogs - writing articles as much as possible - and monitoring visitors every day.

Are you also like that?

And after 1 to 2 months regularly write articles as much as possible, the expected visitors do not come too, the article is very much - but the visitor is still only about tens / day.

After searching for information about how to increase blog visitors, finally get to know the term SEO, then join the forum or group to learn SEO, and usually immediately 'stuck' with seo off page - backlink.

How can it be like that?

Because it is not enough information about seo on-page is shared openly. The most I read about meta tags, keyword density, themes / templates are fast loading, etc.

It's no wonder that there's still a lot of poor quality content sitting on the first page of Google Search Page just because it implements a good on-page seo, while quality content sinks somewhere because it follows offensive malicious off-page strategies.

Note this:

You just need to apply a good On-page SEO to compete on the first page of Google if you only compete in medium-low keywords. Forget about backlinks, because the way Google sees and assesses the current backlink is much different than a few years ago.

And in fact, all Bloggers SUCCESS always make sure their blogs have been optimized well on-page before thinking about the steps and strategies seo off-page they want to run.

So if you are serious about becoming a successful Blogger Professional, you should also focus on this first.

Steps And On-Page SEO Strategies To Do

Here are some things I definitely do when I build a blog or fill in my Moneysite content.

1.Memastikan url articles rich in keywords

Although this is not very significant today with the launch of the Hummingbird algorithm, Google keeps bolding URLs containing keywords in search results. And it is impossible for Google to do so without any intent. So pay attention to your article url permalink well.

2. Ensure the main keyword is seen at the beginning of the article title

Never put the main keyword of your article at the end of the article title. 

3. Placing keywords at the beginning of the article

Perhaps this is already common or instinctively done by many Bloggers, but I still see a lot of misconceptions about it, so I feel it's worth discussing.

When creating opening paragraphs for your articles, make sure the most important keywords are already raised in the beginning of the sentence (at least in the first 100 words). A prominent keyword is a substitute for keyword density, especially now where we better rank many keywords in 1 article rather than ranking many articles for each keyword (unless you want to feel the Panda kick).

4. Writing long / quality articles

All the latest studies from the Web / Blog in the SEO industry have confirmed this. Long content (above 1000 words) tends to be easier to get visitors, occupy a higher position and last longer.

I think the reason is simple. Long articles make it easy to include many related and synonymous keywords. So make sure to write long articles if you are fighting on keywords that have a high level of competition, because in addition to winning in the main keyword, you can also win in a number of Long Tail Keyword (win-win solution).

5. Insert LSI Keyword in the article

What is LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) Keyword ???

Simply LSI keywords are words that generally reside around a keyword (including synonyms of keywords). If your article contains some LSI keywords in the article written, then this will give a strong indication for Google if the article is qualified.

6. Enrich articles with multimedia

It will not give effect directly to our blog rankings. But images, videos, diagrams, or lists (with links) can increase visitor interaction signals (decrease Bounce Rate and increase Time on Site) to be recorded by Google.

Articles that go up slowly due to high visitor interactions, or articles that quickly crawl up (with safe SEO techniques) and have high visitor interactions are important factors that make an article / blog page can be lasting in page one in time which is old.

7. Provide Outbound Links

Google is very fond of an active Web / Blog, but rather than blogwalking and leaving spam comments everywhere, why not show it to Google on your own blog page. Never stingy give backlinks to other web / blog. This White Hat SEO strategy is still powerful until now. 

Outbound link function if implemented correctly:

Google can more easily understand the topic of your article

Your article will be viewed as a hub and quickly earn plus points (authority)

The garbage backlink submissions from competitors (snot) will not have much effect on your article ranking.

8. Ensuring Social Sharing Buttons is visible

I do not really believe if Social Sharing can improve the ranking of blogs or articles, at least not too significant. Especially with the many services like facebook, + Gplus, and Tweet, do you think Google is not paying attention to this? Come on ...

However, that does not mean it is not useful at all. Social Sharing that occurs naturally from Real accounts still gives a big impact and brings in visitors.
Therefore make sure the social sharring button on your blog is easy to see and click on your blog visitors.

9. Making sure Blog Loading stays fast

This is very important because Google is paying great attention here. Do not cram your blog with unnecessary widgets and plugins.

Associated with Mobilegeddon launch, then you should also make sure the template / theme is really Mobile Friendly.

To check it, you can use Google's PageSpeed ​​Insights tool or use GTMetrix.com. Fix the shortcomings in your blog that are shown in both tools.

10. Make sure the Heading Tag is appropriate

Give H1 tags to the keywords you are targeting (Article Title). Average Theme / Template of the latest blog is already set like this automatically (especially the Premium). But there is no harm for you to check back the theme or template that you use today.

Next, make sure there is at least 1 subheading (H2 or H3) that contains the main keyword of the article you write.

11. Optimize images on blogs

Searching from Google Image is a bit and does not provide high conversions, but for me, no matter how likely visitors can be - as long as there is a possibility - I will take.

So optimize the image on the article by putting the main keyword in the Alt text field. This can also be used as an indicator by Google to find out the main theme discussed in the article.

Additional Tips About On-Page SEO

It's useless to post an article on page 1 of Google Search if then a few are interested to click and enter our article. You certainly have to guess what the consequences. Slowly or quickly, surely the article will degenerate and be thrown onto the next page.

The real facts happen:

From everyone searching for a specific keyword on Google, the majority of them will not immediately click on the article that appears at number 1, but they will read the captured Titles (positions 1 to 5). The most interesting (Headline) title definitely gets the highest CTR.

But if all the titles that appear are more or less identical or similar (this is a common thing that usually happens), then they will usually read quickly the description provided. And the same thing will happen, the description that looks most interesting will get the highest CTR.

Therefore, pay more attention when writing titles and descriptions on articles on your blog - because it is very, very decisive CTR.

When everything is set as above, then everything is ready. And you can move on to the next job, which is thinking of the best off-page SEO strategy you want to run.
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