Is onpage optimization weighed more by google than offpage.
Is onpage optimization weighed more by google than offpage, or is it like 5050. Also which works best for you?
Well I think offpage is more important. Most publishing software like wordpress nowadays are taking care onpage optimization for you.
But getting a top position on SERP is focused primarily by doing offpage optimization like link building .
Just sharing my opinion - cheers!
Off page is important but you can not proceed to off page optimization if your site not undergo on page optimization, so I conclude this two are important in SEO.
I think more context would help with this question. SEO is not really about one thing being better than another, because it depends on the market, the industry, and your competitors.
If you are in a not very competitive industry, where you are aiming at building content, then on page optimisation will win out.
If you are in a VERY competitive industry, you will HAVE to work hard on your off page optimisation.
So, in general, it is 50/50, but you cant live life like that!
It is difficult for anyone to decide whether onpage optimization or offpage optimization is better. The site needs to be optimized according to it's needs and the relevant traffic it wants. For some sites social media is important while for some sites business listing would be more important. It depends on optimizers perspectives i.e. the thing which I feel is true on my side may not be approved by the other person.
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