On-Page SEO | Front End

On-Page SEO refers to 2 aspects of your website and web pages.  Most professionals use the terms front end and back end.  The front end of your site refers to what your visitors see when they do a search and click onto your link in the search results or if they type your actual URL.  All the visitors will see are images and text content.  How you structure the text with keywords and keyword density is imperative.  You need at least 400 words of text using your keywords about 2% of the time.  That means you will only use your keyword 1 time for every 200 words of content.  It is important that it reads well for both humans and search engines alike.  Some SEO firms will optimize pages for search engine ranking only and the content doesn’t make sense.  We like for our clients to have some input on the content creation so they can personalize their site as well as provide before & after pics of services performed.  We can come up with all of the content ourselves but this will drive up the costs a little since we will have to evaluate 5-10 other sites in your industry or niche to get a grasp of what your particular service company or business specializes in.  We also like to insert any specials or company mottos you may have to allow you to stand out from your competition. 

On-Page SEO | Back-End

The back end of your website refers to the web design and administration side of your site.  Your customers will not see this at all and you will have a specific URL to get there yourself.  With WordPress it looks like this yourdomain.com/wp-admin.  You will have to have to know the email address and the password to get in.  This is where all of the content, images, title tags, meta data and descriptive tags are used.  This is the most important aspect of SEO today.  Content is King!  The more content and pages that you have the higher you will be able to rank on the search engines.  That’s why Facebook for instance ranks so well.  Their site is huge because everyone has at least one page and many have way more than one.  Title tags and meta tags are very important and are probably the most important aspect of your pages content with H1’s and keywords following up.  Title and meta tags are so important because this is where you convince people to click onto your site.  They must be well thought out and have great click through rates.  These click thru rates are supposedly more important in 2017 then they have ever been before. 

Four most important factors for on-page SEO in 2017






On-Page Optimization

Keyword research and the use of keywords is the most looked over and often bused form of on-page SEO.  You must take your time and really analyze the keywords your competitors use and implement the Google Keyword Planner tool to come up with a useful batch of keywords to target.  If your competition is dominating a set of keywords and you are just creating your website you may need to improvise a bit at first to get the type of traffic you need until you are ready to compete with them for those particular keywords.  You must identify the search volume for your keywords as well as the competition.  Don’t just pick keywords from your knowledge of your trade or niche.  Do the homework and save yourself time and money as well as headaches.  

the main points of on-page SEO

Having optimized titles

Optimized Descriptions

Friendly navigation

Optimized internal links

Text Formatting (H1, bold)

Optimized Descriptions

Image optimization

User friendly 404 pages

Fast loading pages

Mobile Friendly pages

Top quality fresh content

External links

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