Do Bloggers Need To Know Good OnPage SEO?

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What is good onpage SEO?  It is not enough to just send out RSS or use back-links. As a blogger these days, it is important to figure our how to use on-page SEO the right way.

Practice Good OnPage SEO

OnPage SEO

What is SEO?

SEO stands for search engine optimization and according to wikipedia it is ” the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine’s unpaid results—often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results.  Today we want to share with you the process I use for on-page CEO for my site.   I use the Yoast Plug in to help me with my On-Page SEO because it sets it out nicely and it is quite easy to follow.

The first thing to look at is your title.  Your keyword should appear in your title as well as your URL.  If you change your title at any point, don’t forget to also change the URL if necessary.  In the case below my keyword is OnPage SEO.

It is important that you optimize your keyword. Your keyword density should be 3-4% in your article and should appear in the first paragraph and also in the last sentence. It is a good idea to bold and italicize the keyword in parts of the article. The  Yoast SEO plugin will let you know if keyword is not optimized.

H2 – H3 Tags And Other Things

You should use H2 – H3 tags  in the section headings wherever this is relevant.  At least one of your image should have an Alt Tag with your keyword.   As I stated before the Yoast Plugin can help you with a lot of these things.  It is a useful guide that provides an analysis of what you are doing on that page.

Your post should include links but if you are writing a sponsored post then it is important to include “NOFOLLOW” links so that you can keep within the boundaries set by Google.  Good OnPage SEO can help to bring more traffic to your site so it is important to take a few minutes to figure this out.

 

 


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2 Responses

  1. Melody Rosa says:

    I started using Yoast.
    Now I need to go through each post to make sure is SEO friendly and I think I’m slowly seeing results
    http://sheismelrose.net/