March 30, 2021

2021 On-Page SEO Tips

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5 Strategies That Will Help Your SEO

5 Strategies That Will Help Your SEO

My top five on-page SEO strategies for boosting organic website traffic and decreasing bounce rates. These five strategies are barely discussed and almost never used, but if you use them right, you'll give Google just what they want and make their job a lot simpler.

1. Put the primary keyword at the top of the page.

1. Put the primary keyword at the top of the page.

The consistency of your H1 Header keyword takes priority over the rest of your material as Google evaluates your article. Use keywords sparingly and include the most relevant ones first, particularly when it makes more sense.

If our main keyword is "Advanced Web Design" for example, our title tag will be: Woodland Hills Advanced Web Design Business.

2. Have a connection to a trustworthy website

2. Have a connection to a trustworthy website

Many SEOs believe the connect juice would spill out to external pages, causing them to lose page rank. Furthermore, some SEOs just do not want to lose traffic to third-party pages. In all cases, the polar opposite is real.

Linking to relevant authoritative sources increases Google's interest in your post, raising your odds of being ranked higher in the search results. Google wants to direct users to pages with lots of useful details and outbound links to places related to your subject. You are giving Google a negative signal regarding your material if your website is a"dead-end."

3. Build user-friendly URLs

3. Build user-friendly URLs

It's better to only use your goal keyword term or the title of your website. Delete any needless details, such as the date or category name. Replace the entire URL with a keyword anchor text or a shortened variant of the original URL, such as idle2idol.com/advanced-web-design.

4. Add Keyword Modifiers

4. Add Keyword Modifiers

Modifiers are basic terms, phrases, or conditions that give the sentences, or in our case, keyword phrases, a clearer explanation. Words like "best," "analysis," "top," "2021,"and others help to highlight your topic. When you use these modifiers in your title tag, you'll get more traffic from long tail keywords. Remember the fact that long tail searches account for up to 78 percent of our search engine traffic.

Since almost all long tail keywords would never appear in the Google Keyword Planner, you'll have to place yourself in the shoes of the customer and consider all of the various ways you could look for your keyword.

Here's an illustration of how a keyword modifier could be used: 2021's Top 5 On-Page SEO Tips

The main keyword in the example above is "On-Page SEO Tips," with the modifiers "Best" and "2021." Simply by utilizing this one basic form, you would be able to rank higher for long tail phrases.

5. The material should be at least 500 words long.

When it came to maximizing material, we checked hundreds of pages and noticed that pages with 500+ words still outperformed content with less words. Often today's so-called "SEO experts" would warn you that readers would not read anything and will leave if the post is too lengthy, but the numbers don't lie.

Google has stated that pages with longer documents are favored to those with short documents because they have a more accurate picture of the material. Consider the fact that the total length of material inGoogle's top ten results is about 2000 sentences.

Users can read anything and also leave a message whether the information you have is of high quality and importance. Simply keep the subjects exciting enough that your readers return for more.

It's pointless to rank a page with so many terms and no meaning because your scores would struggle when Google calculates your bounce rate over time. Make sure the next blog is detailed and provides people with real-time value so they can connect with and share. Why would you exchange material with someone that you wouldn't bother reading? If it doesn't interest you, chances are it won't interest your fans.

Aubrey Lang, Founder of Idle 2 Idol
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