On Page SEO Guide | SEO for Beginners

What’s up people? I’m here to tell
you some secrets of driving more traffic to your website. Gaining visibility on the web is not easy these days, but I will help you to promote your business quickly, easily and without spending a fortune. So fasten your belts and let’s
roll into your ultimate marketing guide right now. You may already know that in
terms of on-page SEO it’s really important to optimize your website
content. Yeah, it matters a lot. But it’s not the only precaution you should take. Make sure you take enough care of the internal links on your website. If your pages are accessible from the main page and lead to other ones, even your
visitors will be more likely to stay longer and explore what your site has to
offer them. Take care of what user sees before visiting your site. That is paid metadata and URL. They give Google information about your website and what
you do. So it will help users understand that your site or blog post is what they
need. The URL must be readable and relevant without tons of useless and meaningless
characters. For proper keyword research define user personas and brainstorm
keywords for each persona. Think what inquiries they may have and write a list
of words your personas may use when searching for the information or service
that your website offers. The tools you will need to work with keywords are Google Adwords Keyword planner, Google Trends, PR suggest and the stats from the internal search engine on your website, if you have one. As per the services SEO audit by TemplateMonster may become a big help for your marketing strategy. Use more latent semantic indexing keywords. Simply put, they are just the keywords which are related to yours. Use Google search, Google Keyword planner or LSI Keywords Generator to find them. Check whether the content on your website is original, enticing, readable, scannable, written in a
conversational tone, grammatically correct. Eliminate old and duplicate content so the information on your site is relevant and up-to-date. Create a content plan, post regularly and consistently. Experiment with blog posts, short-form and long-form articles, photos and visual galleries, informational lists, interactive tools, comprehensive category lenders, multi pages guides and videos. You can also repurpose and reuse your most popular content. And the last but not the least make the website mobile friendly and fast. In 2018 if users can not access your site with their mobile phones, you’re gonna lose a huge portion of potential visitors. Go mobile, and people will stay on your site longer and definitely get back to you. Thanks for checking this video out! If you like it, don’t forget to subscribe and leave a comment. And thumbs up go without saying!
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