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On-Page SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Rohit Panwar
On-Page SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

On-page SEO is a technique to optimize blog posts for search engines to rank on Google, so we can rank website posts on Google.

Google makes many updates every day, but all of them are small updates, but two major updates are made in a year, they are called major updates. If your content is well optimized, updates will not affect your blog.

Definition of On-Page SEO

If we say it in simple language, we call SEO all the methods we use to put our blog at number one on the first page of search engines. 

The technique we use when writing a post or article is called on-page SEO. If we become experts in this field, we can easily rank all our posts on the first page of search engines. 

To do this, we use keyword research, post titles, permalinks, meta descriptions, quality content, proper use of keywords, image optimization, correct use of titles, internal and external links, and many other technologies. 

So, if you want to become an SEO expert, you must first become stronger by learning post-optimization. The day you become a subject matter expert, your blog will also start ranking higher in search engines.

Why is it important to do On Page SEO

We don't rank our blogs directly, but we rank the articles we publish by writing on our blogs. When one of our articles ranks first on the first page of search engines, the whole blog benefits. This not only increases blog traffic but also increases domain and page authority. Improve all areas related to our blog. So, if you want to become an optimization expert, you must first become stronger by learning page-level optimization. From the day you become an expert in the field, your blog will also start to appear on the first line of search engines. 

Posts are optimized at the page level, meaning readers spend more time on higher quality content posts. Because getting page-level optimized posts for search engines is also made easy to use. Reading fully optimized blog posts is a great experience for readers. This increases the authority of the blog. When we can rate any post on the home page, by adding other posts to it we can also drive traffic to other posts. This reduces the rejection rate.

On Page SEO Techniques

Post Title:-

Here, the title of the post plays the most important role. By using keywords in the post title, we optimize our posts for search engines. Under this, the job title is a very important factor. 

 In this screenshot, you can easily understand what our output will look like when we have fully optimized post titles, static links, and meta descriptions. 

 How to write an article title and how to use keywords in it so that our article title is optimized for search engines. That's why I'm giving you some tips so you can write your keywords perfectly in your title.

Meta Description:-

They say the first impression is the last. The same goes for our meta descriptions. In the eyes of search engines, the meta description is one of the most important factors after the title and permalinks. 

 Using meta descriptions is important because even then we can easily rank our pages. We should write an SEO-optimized meta description that convinces our readers that the information they are looking for is available in this article. 

 According to Google, 320 word descriptions were only allowed a few months ago. But now the description should be between 150 and 170 words. Be sure to use keywords in your post description.

Keywords Density Inside Content:-

We should use high density keywords in the first paragraph of the content. Be sure to include high-density keywords in the first 100-150 words of your content.  

Keyword research is done so that we can get good organic traffic from search engines. Apart from this, the keywords are chosen keeping in mind the CPC. 

 By using keywords correctly in your content, search engines know what your content is. In this way, our publications are well optimized in the search engines.

Alt Tag for Images:-

Actually, the content we publish is read by google reader, called spider, it reads the content of the content, but no search engine can read the image, it doesn't know what the image is and what the author means what the image is, so we have of adding Alt tags to the image. 

We write about the image in the Alt tag as if the image refers to on-page SEO, so in the Alt tag of the image we must write "on-page SEO" like this and at the same time in the Alt tag We are writing about the images, we are writing to google or maybe. We can tell the search engine what our image is about, and only after reading the Alt tag, the search engine reader (spider) will know what our image is about. 

That's why when someone uploads an image, make sure to use the Alt flag on that image.

Rohit Panwar
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