More Crucial On-Page SEO Elements You Need to Consider

In part 1, I discussed the first 2 on-page SEO elements. Today, I am going to continue talking about the other 8 crucial on-page SEO elements.

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  • Meta Description

    • Meta descriptions has played a vital part in optimization point since the beginning of SEO. Meta tags gives a commentary of the page and is seen in the SERPs at the bottom of the title. Although Google claims that it does not really help with the ranking, still there is an advantages for good descriptions. Therefore, do not overlook meta description because of the following reasons:
      • Increases the CTR.
      • Improves insights of the integrity of the result.
  • Intriguing Headlines

    • If you want to do well in search, then write gripping headlines! It has to be noticed among the rest on the SERPs. This should move people to click and continue on reading up to the end.
  • Header Tags

    • It is not critical, but it does have a vital task not just the users but with your SEO as well. They can affect your rankings as follows:
      • It does make your content readable and delightful to read.
      • Giving keyword-rich context.
  • SEO Writing

    • When you write SEO content, you consider both the users and the search engines. Since we write for people, your content should be excellent, full of meat, and is pertinent in the current time.

Related: 10 Secrets In Writing Content

  • Keyword Abuse

    • You’ve got to stop using several pages because you aim for a particular term or phrase. It can have a bad effect on your SEO. You just have to examine your website if such cannibalization of keyword exist and do something about it right away!
  • Auditing the Content

    • You don’t have to break your brains thinking of what to write. Audit all your content to help you:
      • Assess to determine whether or not you have accomplished your objectives and gained your ROI.
      • Establish whether your content is obsolete.
      • Pinpoint what kind of content works.
    • Auditing your content should be done consistently to help you improve your SEO approach.

Related: How to Hire the Right SEO Agency

  • Image Optimization

    • It is a known fact that images are really interesting but some images can cause your site to slow down. That is the reason why optimizing images helps you make it an asset instead of disability. Doing that could actually:
      • Have more chances in ranking.
      • High quality experience.
      • Swift page load times.
    • Now that you know its advantages, use images and have definitive titles and alt text.

Related: Image Optimization Tips for Better SEO Scores

  • User Engagement

    • So, you have improved the SEO elements on your website, but you are only halfway through. Another bottleneck is how to make sure that the users will go on reading, relating, and keep on returning.
    • To make sure that they always do, improve your site speed, user experience, engagement, and content optimization to mention a few. Then you can say, you have done what it takes.

If you use these on-page SEO factors and the on-page SEO factors on part 1, then the future is brighter for you!