Hi please til me about on page SEO. I mean what is on page SEO?
Please give me all basic information about on page SEO and of page SEO I need it very much. thanks.
On page SEO is optimising your page for the search engines.
Off page SEO is everything outside your page.
On forums you can find good and detailed advice about this.
http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-ppc … words.html
This thread contains some very helpfull insights in on page SEO
On page SEO has to do with how and where you place your keywords within the page that you are optimising. Ideally, you want to have the keyword(s) in the first sentence of the first paragraph on your page. Make sure it flows naturally and do not keep repeating the same keyword phrase. Also your title tags and meta tags should be repeated in the body of your first paragraph within the flow of the sentence, making it seem as natural as possible.
On page SEO it's all about:
optimize your HTML/CSS code. Validate html/css
put analytic code on your page
optimize article based on your golden keyword
seo friendly url
optimize loading page.
Of page SEO it's all about link building technique:
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