10 Point On-Page SEO Checklist
In this post, we have highlighted 10 of the most important on-page SEO considerations today.
E-A-T stands for Expertise, Authoritative, and Trustworthiness, which is the framework used by Google raters to evaluate content creators, web pages, and websites in particular.
In the header section of each webpage, the title tag, an HTML tag, gives an initial cue or context as to what the topical subject matter is of the respective website on which it is placed.
Meta descriptions and meta tags explain what the page is about; they are often shown in the SERPs below the page title.
To stand out on the SERPs, headlines need to spark an interest. A great headline can mean the difference between a click and an impression.
Header tags are HTML elements (H1-H6) used to identify headings and subheadings from other text types (e.g., paragraph text) within the content.
It’s important to audit the existing content. Many producers of content focus on creating new content so much that they forget to audit their existing content.
By optimizing images optimally, you can make the most of a valuable SEO asset. But not all images are created equal; some may slow down the website.
Improving the on-page SEO elements of your website is only half the battle. The other half is to make sure users shouldn’t bounce.
SEO writing means writing content that takes into account both search engines and users.
Identifying whether keyword cannibalization is present on your website is critical. Resolve it right away.