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Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimized Page (2017 Update)
When it comes to on-page SEO, I’m sure you’ve heard enough about meta tags and keyword density for one lifetime.
If you’re looking for some practical strategies that you can use on your site today, then you’ll love this infographic.
It’s a simple checklist that will bring in more search engine traffic from every piece of content that you publish.
Google has stated that the first 3-5 words in a URL are given more weight.
- Meta Data Analysis
- Title Optimization
- Keywords Optimization
- Description Writing
- Fetch & Index
- Search Console Verification
- Keyword Research
- Monitor Search Console
- Detect & Fix Crawl Error
- ‘Structured Data Structure’ Setup in Search Console
- Google Analytics Setup
- Sitemap Generation & Submission
- Robots.txt Modification
- Local Keywords
- H Tag Optimization
- Content Optimization
- Image ALT tag Optimization
- Relevant Internal Linking
- High Authority External Linking
Off Page Optimization
What is off-page SEO?
Off-page SEO is the act of optimizing your brand’s online and offline footprint through the use of content, relationships, and links to create an optimal experience for prospects and search engine crawl bots. It typically leads to gradual increases in positive brand mentions, search rankings, traffic to your site, and conversions.
Sounds fairly straightforward, right?
Well, for the attorney seated in front of me in my kid’s elementary school lunchroom, I might as well have just told him the earth is flat.
“That makes no sense to me,” he said, pushing his chin forward and tilting his head, as if waiting for me to admit that I was pulling his leg. “You mean, there’s all this stuff [an SEO] does on my site? And there is stuff that we — me, my team and [the SEO] — should be doing off our site as well? That’s like telling me, ‘It’s not enough that you live and pay for a nice house in a gated community. You also need to guard the gate to the community and pick up trash along the road leading up to your driveway.'”
His example could not have been more apt.
“Not caring about off-site SEO is like having that great house in the gated community, but none of your friends want to visit because they’ve heard from others that it smells like vomit on the inside, and no one they talk to can either confirm or deny it.”