Posted by randfish Friends and fellow SEOs, I just need a few minutes of your time. This is gonna be short and sweet. If you’re optimizing a page to rank well for a keyword or set of keywords, you probably use some sort of checklist to make sure you’re doing the right things. That might […]
Presenting a guide to carrying out all the on-page checks that webmasters and SEOs need to carry out to ensure a website is optimised for search. This checklist will bring together a lot of already published content from the site in one place, and there will be links to more detailed guides throughout. It’s also […]
In this week’s wrap-up, SEJ Lead News Writer Matt Southern reports about the recent Google Penguin update, and SEJ Contributor Ryan Clutter details everything you need to know about on-page SEO. The post Google Penguin Update Released and a Comprehensive Guide to On-Page SEO by @megcabrera appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Posted by jon.white SEO is changing. We can no longer rely on keyword targeting alone to optimize our content. Whether we should focus on topics or keywords is a debate in progress. But figuring out which topics can influence the SERP is, at best, a manual process; at worst, it’s a timesuck that can take […]
There is lots to consider when optimising ‘on-page’ for maximum visibility through search. From keyphrase research and query audits, to content strategy, page markup and site architecture. Getting all these things right is key to grabbing customers who know what they want, but not where to get it from. Providing you with a structured process […]
Posted by Cyrus-Shepard “What is this page about?” As marketers, helping search engines answer that basic question is one of our most important tasks. Search engines can’t read pages like humans can, so we incorporate structure and clues as to what our content means. This helps provide the relevance element of search engine optimization that […]