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On Page SEO
On Page SEO Services
What is On Page SEO services?
On-page SEO, otherwise known as on-site SEO is the process of optimizing the content on your web pages to be better indexed by Google so that it shows up in search results. We design on-page SEO as a strategy to help Google’s algorithm learn what your website is about, what kinds of content is it providing, and what search queries they should show up for.
Why On Page SEO is important for google searches?
Google search how users interact with Google. Google’s algorithm then takes those search queries and looks for relevant content that best matches the user’s inputs. Until recently google would just spit out a ton of information about what you put into the search box. However, with the coming of Google Hummingbird and the development of Google RankBrain, things are being governed by artificial intelligence. To give users information that comes from quality sources, these algorithms now consider more important things such as website trust score, website domain authority, what keywords they used in their content and so on. If you want your business to show up for a common search query such as “ SEO Specialist In Toronto”, for example, then you need to have enough relevant content on your site to.
What are the On Page SEO techniques?
We have a list of 100 On-site SEO techniques that get applied on your website which makes your website pop out to google like a sore thumb. The techniques that we find are the most effective are things like putting keywords in the right locations. To name one strategy, to help Google understand what your website is about, we put your keywords in your headings, URL, meta description, page titles. This helps google see clearly what your impact page is about and will rank you accordingly.
What are the On Page SEO factors?
On-Page SEO factors are criteria that must be met by your website so that search engines like google could understand your website. One factor must be that, your page titles must be at a specific length. A short page title doesn’t provide enough information, and a long page title confuses google.