On-Page SEO Checklist (PART 2)

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Keywords Research

Keyword research means finding those keywords which internet users are searching for answers to their questions by putting them in any search engine.

Heading Tags

To do On-Page SEO, you have to give proper heading tags to your blog post. There are heading tags from H1 to H2, H3, H4, H5, and H6.

Meta Description

Your blog title tag and meta description both help to increase your organic search CTR as well as improve SEO. You must use your Focus keyword once in the meta description.

Article length

At least you should write articles of 1000, 1200, 1500, and 2000 words. But do not write a post just to increase the word. 

Focus Keywords

Focus keywords mean which keyword you want to rank your blog posts, after researching that keyword, you have to add it in the right way in the place in the article 

Website Speed

Website Speed is not a direct ranking factor of google, but if your website and blog take more than 3 sec to open then it can definitely down your website's ranking, and also you may have to face a bounce rate.

User Interface

Many times you choose some such free themes from which it is beautiful to see your blog, but due to their wrong coding, the speed of your blog website becomes very slow, and technical issues start coming.

Site keywords

This way, you can learn more about the repetition or placement of SEO keywords in the field, what your customers are, what they are asking for, and the topics (keywords) you need to create the best content for those needs.

Unknown Keywords

In addition to the keywords (topics) used in the content of the web page and how they are discussed, there are many "unknown keywords" that can affect page optimization.

So now you must have known how to do on-page SEO. Those small changes were made in the On-Page SEO website so that blog and blog pages can get a ranking in Google Snake as well as a lot of organic traffic from search engines.