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On Page SEO in a Nutshell

On Page SEO search engine optimization is a series of adjustments that we make to a given client's website

in order to explain to Google and other search engines just what that page is all about.

So you'll take keywords that are related to that particular page and you insert them in specific places so that Google

looks through your website site using its spider's (special programming algorithms) will find those keywords when it's indexing your site and accordingly,
associate them with the content of that page and in turn, overtime will elevate the rankings out that web page making it easier to find people for people trying to find that specific information
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On Page SEO also looks at factors like is your website mobile-friendly.
Does your website make use of correct signals to showcase its purpose. as in schema markup.

Do you follow the correct protocols when it comes to coding practices such as minifying your css. does your website load fast enough? it looks in general at a variety of criteria to see how well your website is optimized for humans that are after all going to be using it
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Off Page SEO

Are you finally ready to tackle SEO and increase traffic to your site?


We'll cover what SEO is and how you can use it to increase traffic to your website.

If you've done research on how to increase traffic to your website, you've probably seen everybody talking about "Improve your SEO" on your site

but what does that really mean? Seo stands for Search Engine Optimization or just how easy it is for Google to find your website. Now there are

several different search engines out there. You have things like Bing and Yahoo, Yandex but most of searches are done on Google.

So that's usually what we're talking about when we say search engines and basically, search engines just go out and scour the web to find pages and index them in their catalog.

It's very similar to when you have a book and at the end of the book you have an index where it tells you where everything was talked about and the location.

That's pretty much Google and their indexing system as well on the web in the cloud.

So what is off-page SEO?

Off-Page Optimisation is:

Off-page, even though a very broad topic could be summed up as obtaining links from outside sources or sites, as well as generating social signals.

It refers to all the possible measures that can be undertaken outside of the website in order to improve its online visibility and search rankings.

Off-page actually involves the improvement of the perception such as authority, relevance, visibility, trustworthiness, and popularity of a given website by both users and search engines.

A link is basically an "upvote" for the quality of your content, as long as the link source

itself is of good quality.

However, any off-page campaign will not be successful as long as your on-page activities and content isn't up to search engines standards by its structure, quality, loading time, and

other factors.

For most, it could seem extremely simple as the action of "obtaining links" sounds fairly straight forward.

However, most small business owners do not have a full understanding of how complicated a backlink campaign truly is and all the factors you need to have a look at to strategize and

obtain the right kind of links.

Terms such as backlink anchor, anchor ratio which includes branding, domain, keyword, naked URL and others anchor texts; link velocity; link placement; link diversity; link & niche

relevance; trust flow; domain and page authority score, as well as no follow/follow ratio are common metrics to understand and consider when strategizing around a backlinking campaign.

There are also many different types of links and the right timing of creating certain types of backlinks.

Your overall profile should have a mix or ratio of different types of links to appear natural.

For example, if you are just getting started with your local SEO, you should aim at obtaining

links from local sources, business directory listings, and most importantly social signals.

When you have obtained such links, you can start considering links from high authority

sources such as press releases, guest posts through outreaching, article publishing sites, Q&A sites such as Quora, Reddit; as well as possible benefit from techniques such as

"broken links", "infographic submission", "forum comments" and many more!

Again, the quality of the source will always be more important than the number of sources.

Backlinking is all about obtaining an authoritative naturally looking profile.

You could also consider paid links from high authority sources but you need to be extremely careful about those as it could get you penalized.

As not every link is equal and has the same impact in Google's eyes, it is extremely important to know how to build links as if it was naturally obtained links.

Google actually defines any link manually created as against the guidelines.

It is then becoming obvious than a backlink campaign should aim at creating a natural-looking backlink profile.

Creating too many links or from the wrong sources could get your site penalized and completely removed from a search engine index.

This is why it is extremely important to know what you're doing when structuring your off-page strategy.

If you are outsourcing it, you should know that there is a price for a successful campaign.

If an agency is doing SEO activities for you, you're also in the right to ask for the links

created and what the strategy is and monitors the quality of those, which will more often that not depend on your budget.