5 important on page seo tips

By | September 20, 2015

On page SEO refers to all the things that you can do on your website to help you rank higher.This techniques to help you rank as high as possible on search engine result pages. and appear more result in all search engine (Google.com ,Yahoo.com , bing.com)

On page SEO is perhaps the most important process not only for better rankings but also for a successful internet marketing campaign. Every campaign starts from the web site and if your web site is not optimized for both search engines and users, your chances for success are minimized.

Today i talk about some easy things about on page SEO.

1. Add  title tags, meta descriptions, header tags and alt tags in image.

 About Title Tag

you create any page and post in that title  is very important think. and The title is used to describe the contents of a page on your website to the search engines and users. The title tag will show up in the very top of any browser.

Every page on your web site should have a different title tag.  Meaning your homepage title will be different than your interior pages like your products and/or services pages.

About meta description

The meta description tag in HTML is the 150 to160 character snippet used to summarize a web page’s content. Meta description tags, while not important to search engine rankings, are extremely important in gaining user click-through from SERPs.

These short paragraphs are a webmaster’s opportunity to advertise content to searchers and to let them know exactly whether the given page contains the information they’re looking for.
<meta name=”description” content=”This is an example of a meta description. This will be show on  search results.”>

About Header Tag

When you’re structuring the HTML coding for a Web page, it can look a little like an outline, with main headings and subheadings. For best SEO results, it is important to place keywords in those headings, within Heading tags.

<header>
<h1>Most important heading here</h1>
<h3>Less important heading here</h3>
<p>Some additional information here</p>
</header>
<p>Lorem Ipsum dolor set amet….</p>

Note: A <header> tag cannot be placed within a <footer>, <address> or another <header> element.
The <header> tag is new in HTML5.

About Alt Tag

Images are more difficult than text for search engines to understand. As search engines crawl web content, alt tags help them comprehend the images and related webpages.
If you include alt tags that follow best practice, you will increase the chance of search engines returning your images in search queries. Why wouldn’t you make it easier for Google to recommend your site to users
An additional benefit is that it provides a semantic description of images for search engines. This can attract additional traffic through Google Images and has a positive impact on SEO.

<img src=”blue-tshirt.png” alt=”blue T-shirt For Men”>

2. Create and submit an XML sitemap.

About Sitemap

Using sitemaps has many benefits, not only easier navigation and better visibility by search engines. Sitemaps offer the opportunity to inform search engines immediately about any changes on your site. Of course, you cannot expect that search engines will rush right away to index your changed pages but certainly the changes will be indexed faster, compared to when you don’t have a sitemap.
Also, when you have a sitemap and submit it to the search engines, you rely less on external links that will bring search engines to your site. Sitemaps can even help with messy internal links – for instance if you by accident have broken internal links or orphaned pages that cannot be reached in other way (though there is no doubt that it is much better to fix your errors than rely on a sitemap).
If your site is new, or if you have a significant number of new (or recently updated pages), then using a sitemap can be vital to your success. Although you can still go without a sitemap, it is likely that soon sitemaps will become the standard way of submitting a site to search engines. Though it is certain that spiders will continue to index the Web and sitemaps will not make the standard crawling procedures obsolete, it is logical to say that the importance of sitemaps will continue to increase.
Sitemaps also help in classifying your site content, though search engines are by no means obliged to classify a page as belonging to a particular category or as matching a particular keyword only because you have told them so.
Having in mind that the sitemap programs of major search engines (and especially Google) are still in beta, using a sitemap might not generate huge advantages right away but as search engines improve their sitemap indexing algorithms, it is expected that more and more sites will be indexed fast via sitemaps.

Generate Sitemap

Create an XML sitemap that can be submitted to Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines to help them crawl your website better.
For WordPress users use sitemap plugin.  Download Link

Submit Sitemap

Submit Site to Google

Google’s URL submit is very quick and easy. Just go to Google’s web page for URL submitting, type in your URL, type in the message that ensures Google you are an individual not a software robot and click “add URL.”

You can also submit your site map to Google via their Webmaster Tools.

Submit Site to Yahoo!

Since 2010, Yahoo search has been powered by Microsoft’s Bing search engine. When you submit your site to Bing you will also show up in Yahoo’s search results. See below on how to submit your site to Bing.  Yahoo! had a paid submission process in the past, although Yahoo! Directory is no longer available.

Submit Site to Bing

Bing allows you to submit your URL, just like Google.  You will first need to have a Bing login, then go to Bing’s Webmaster Tools page. Once logged in simply type in the URL of your homepage and press “submit”. You will also want to have the URL for the .xml version of your sitemap readily available, as it will ask for this in the first step of submitting your domain. After submitting you will have to verify ownership of the domain. This can be a little tricky if you are not savvy with HTML, as you will need to add a small snippet of code to the header of your site in order to pass this verification process. Once verified, you are finished!

3. social media sharing buttons.

About social sharing

If you have a business website or blog, one of the primary objectives is to get people to talk about it and share your content with others. Today it’s easier than ever to make that happen. The social media craze has spawned ‘social sharing’,  it now means sharing something cool with your network of friends, family and/or customers on their social media profiles like Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn – without ever leaving your site.

Add Social Share Button

AddThis is the most complete social sharing service allowing to share your posts in more than 270 different social networks. I use the AddThis widget.

Visit Addthis.com for social share widget. It’s Free.

4. improve page loading times

importance of page speed

Page loading time is obviously an important part of any website’s user experience. Unfortunately, website visitors tend to care more about speed than all the bells and whistles we want to add to our websites. Additionally, page loading time is becoming a more important factor when it comes to search engine rankings.
 

Check Page Loading Time

Analyze your site’s speed and make it faster.
GTmetrix gives you insight on how well your site loads and provides actionable recommendations on how to optimize it.

5. Set-up Google Analytics

  • How many visitors your site has at the moment
  • Who has visited your site recently, and how many of these are unique or repeat visitors
  • How often repeat visitors come back to your site
  • How visitors get to your site (e.g. referral, ads, direct, links or email)
  • What other sites are referring visitors to yours
  • Where your visitors are coming from (e.g. the U.S. or other countries)
  • Which pages on your site have been visited the most
  • How your site is faring in social networks; for instance how many +1s you’re getting on Google Plus, the number of Facebook Likes/Sends you receive or the volume of Twitter Tweets about your pages
  • What is the “bounce rate” (the number of visitors who leave without examining other pages)
  • The average time spent viewing your site
  • What kind of browsers visitors are using
Click on this link  Google Analytics  . and Sign Up with your Gmail Account.

6. Rel canonical

rel=canonical is to show the search engines the original “real” location of an article. If, for example, you have a blog post on your main website, and then decided to also put it on a secondary site, the article will point to the main website version using rel=canonical.
If you are wondering how to setup a rel canonical for original content to point back to your page – not to worry WordPress takes care of it for you!
Please note that there is a difference between referencing content (don’t using the rel canonical tag) and blatantly copying content (done using the reference tag).
From time to time you may run into instances where direct copying a page on another site is useful, such as re-posting a press release on multiple sites that you own.
If you have any Question ask me on comment thanks.
Category: SEO

One thought on “5 important on page seo tips

  1. Pingback: Maximum length of title, description and keywords - {code}fewer

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *