SEO Tips for On-page Optimisation

SEO Tips for On-page Optimisation

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On-page optimisation is one of the main aspects of SEO – Visit us to learn more at http://www.neptunedesign.com.au/melbourne-seo-services/

There are a few simple things you can do yourself to really optimise your website for the chosen target the keywords or phrases.

Always spend some time doing keyword research with Google Adwords to determine which keywords and phrases work best for you. Also put into the consideration just how high the competition is, the higher the competition the longer it would take to rank.

It is worth chasing a high competition keyword that has only a few more searches per month? Are the keywords too generic to your brand, products and services? The more specific your keywords are the more likely your surfers become your customers.

Dedicated page for your keywords.

Once you decided on your keywords you need to dedicate a specific page to optimise accordingly to be effective.

Metadata Optimisation.

Metadata is essential to on-page optimisation, this will tell Google which page and keywords is all about. Things to optimise are:

1. Page title
2. Description
3. Url

Content Optimsation.

Your content is well written and a great read. Here are a few things to optimise into your page;

1. H1, H2, H3 – Make sure your keywords are in the headings
2. Img Alt – Make sure your images have “alt” tags.
3. Use BOLD and Italic

Hope this will help you to rank and understand better with SEO process. If you need further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us and make an appointment to see us in person.

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