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Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimised Page (Infographic)

08 Jul Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimised Page (Infographic)

On Page SEO…. How important is it? HUUUUUUUGE!!

You should NEVER write a thing online without being mindful of your on-page SEO (unless of course you’re not interested in how to get traffic from search engines, in which case it won’t matter).

There are many parts of a page that can be optimised for SEO purposes; here’s a shortlist (what many consider to be *the* most important).

  • SEO Friendly URL’s
  • Keyword Friendly Title Tags
  • Good use of Images and Videos
  • Good use of Relevant ‘Outbound’ Links
  • Correct use of Keywords in Opening Paragraphs
  • Use of Keywords in H1 Tags
  • Fast Site and Page Loading Speed
  • Targeting of Long-Tail Keyword Phrases
  • Giving users Access to Social Share Buttons
  • Understanding that Long Copy WORKS!
  • Always Seek to Improve Bounce Rate
  • Correct Understanding of LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing)

I’ll have a video coming on this shortly – enjoy 🙂

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Author: Hal MacDermot

Courtesy of: Backlinko