Optimize your website through Onpage technical SEO: We tweak your keywords, , headers, Meta-description and content.
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OnPage Seo Checklist
OnPage Seo Checklist
Onpage SEO checklist is the procedure done on each page of the website to make sure Google understands what each page is about. Google indexes every page on the website according to the target keyword within the page. We assure that we target the right keyword through following our SEO checklist to achieve the best results.
Before we start working onsite. We must draw a plan of what we want to achieve. We all know that the primary step in SEO is keyword research. But the most important is the primary plan that will guide you through all the process of work.
The primary step in SEO is keyword research. We look at the keyword and what volume is it getting monthly. Targeting a location is also important. So if you live in California and you want to target that state. Then your keyword research should be based on that state.
A Page title is usually displayed on search results pages SERPS. It is super important when you tell the search engine what the page is about.We use the latest SEO trends and strategies to select the best page title.
You want to influence your click-through rates but you do not know that a meta description is one of the descriptions that increases CTR. Search engines usually crawl these tags and display them on the search results.
Content in a page is super important and this is what the search engines crawl in each page. Our team makes sure that each page has the right content and uses optimal length. Each page has to contain a structure that convinces the search engines to get indexed.
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How SEO Works ?
On-page SEO is the practice of optimizing individual web pages in order to rank higher and earn more relevant traffic in search engines. On-page refers to both the content and HTML source code of a page that can be optimized, as opposed to off-page SEO which refers to links and other external signals.
It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.