What is on-page SEO optimization? A-Z Guidelines For Beginner

What does SEO mean? And how to do it, I have explained the whole thing through the previous article. If you do not see that, Please check from here.


However, in today's article, I will explain “What is On-Page SEO? Or "What is on-page SEO optimization" and how to do on-page optimization on a blog or website.


ON Page SEO Guideline

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on-page SEO optimization


Today, after knowing the SEO tips, you will know the complete tips on how to do SEO properly on your blog.


What is on-page SEO? And when it comes to using on-page SEO, it's not enough to just use it in blog articles.


This means that when it comes to on-page SEO techniques, it is important to use and implement them on your entire website or blog.


So, to build a successful blogging career, it is not necessary to have only half knowledge about SEO.


You need to have a thorough knowledge of on-page SEO if you want to get more traffic or visitors from Google and other search engines.


We all know that on-page SEO optimization techniques can be used to optimize our blogs, websites, and blog articles for the "Google search engine".


As a result, there is a lot of opportunities to get more traffic and visitors from search engines.


So, let us know below what is called on-page SEO and how and in what ways SEO optimization can be done in the blog.


What is on-page SEO optimization?

In today's age of competition, it has become much more difficult to build a career in the profession of blogging.


Today, on the Internet, people are easily getting thousands of pieces of information or good content on any topic, topic, or niche.


In this case, if you are not careful about search engine optimization, then it will be very difficult for you to get enough traffic or visitors from Google search.


Simply by writing a good unique content and using the right SEO and optimization techniques, you can get traffic from Google search.


Remember, the better you apply the on-page SEO techniques, the better the chances of getting visitors and traffic from search engines will become your blog.


The job of on-page SEO is to optimize your blog and blog content for various search engines (Google search).


Every optimization technique used in this case is limited to the blog.


This means that the SEO techniques that can be used from within your own blog or website are called "On-page SEO techniques".


In this way, search engines can better understand the context, content, and information of your blog.


In order to get a better idea of ​​what ono SEO is and what the different types of SEO are, you need to know what SEO means first.


What Is SEO?

SEO is also called search engine optimization. Details are here.


However, SEO is a medium where any blog or website using some optimization technique can increase the expected traffic or visitors to your blog from Google or other search engines.


This means that search engine optimization (SEO) is a process where the content of your blog, website, or blog is optimized in such a way that any search engine can better understand the keywords, topics, or topics of your blog and blog articles.


This allows Google and other search engines to understand when and where your blog content or articles should be displayed in search engines instead of keywords and search terms.


For example,


Suppose I am writing an article where I have created a complete article on "What SEO means" and the subject of SEO.


More specifically, in this article, I have targeted the keywords "What is SEO", "SEO tips", "SEO tutorial" and "On-page SEO".


Now, I or any blogger would like that when someone asks a Google search about the topic or keywords (in my case keyword SEO) in the article, then Google should show them my article written about SEO.


Now, SEO is one of the processes and means by which we can make it clear to Google search engine or other search engines that "my article is about SEO".


As a result, in response to SEO questions or search terms in Google search, our blog articles written about SEO are much more likely to be displayed by Google in search engines.


And as a result, the right organic traffic from Google keeps coming to our blog.


However, keep in mind that if you do not use SEO properly in your blog and blog articles, then Google will not be able to understand the subject of your article.


As a result, even if you are publishing high-quality and unique content/articles on the blog, the chances of getting traffic or visitors from Google search will be much less.


So, you need to have enough knowledge about what SEO is and how to do it, if you are thinking of blogging in 2021.


So now you understand "how SEO works".


How many types of SEO

Thus the types of search engine optimization can be divided into many parts.


E.g.,

  • Technical SEO
  • On-page SEO
  • Content SEO
  • Off-page SEO
  • Local SEO
  • Mobile SEO
  • eCommerce SEO

Each type of SEO has its own specialties, but as a blogger, it is enough to know about the two SEO techniques, “On-page SEO” and “off-page SEO”.


Because on-page and off-page SEO is basically divided into these two parts. And, after all the other types of on-page and off-page SEO.


By writing good quality and unique content on the blog, with proper on-page search engine optimization, a good amount of traffic can be obtained from Google search.


Because Google search engine pays most attention to the quality of the articles written on your blog and how well people are reading your articles.


So, it is beneficial to know what off-page SEO is and how to do it, although we do not have to think so much about it.


We will find out in another article about off-page SEO.


Note: I have a lot of patience with on-page SEO optimization in the articles written on my blog and this is the reason why my blog gets traffic from search engines.


Besides, I've never done anything or felt the need for off-page SEO.


How to do on-page SEO on the blog?

Even a few years ago, when on-page SEO was used, we just thought of "using a lot of keywords in blog articles".


However, with the unlimited use of keywords in blog articles, we could easily signal Google search and there was no need to do anything else.


However, the more technology is developed, the more the search engine bots are updated.


As a result, SEO should not be done using unlimited keywords only in place of blog articles. This is called "over keyword optimization" or "keyword stuffing".


The importance of keywords in the article is still there, however, if you use the same number of keywords, Google will penalize your blog the next time (about 1 to 2 months later).


As a result, your keyword-optimized articles will no longer appear on Google search. So,


So, nowadays on-page SEO, the keywords related to the subject of the blog article should be used in a limited number and in some urgent places naturally.


This is called "SEO Friendly Article".


In addition, there are many other topics and techniques that you must pay close attention to when it comes to on-page SEO.


SEO Friendly Articles

On-page SEO optimization means creating "SEO friendly articles".


In 90% of articles on the Internet, you will find that on-page SEO means signaling to Google using targeted keywords in place of articles.


However, this process used to work in the past, although it will not work now.


Now the Google search engine bots (search engine bots) have become more and more advanced, and bots can easily understand what you are writing about.


So, just using more keywords in a blog article will not work.


If a user wants to know information about something through Google search, you have to pay attention to it and write the article accordingly.


What to do then? How to write an "SEO Friendly Article"?


First of all, you have to use different keywords, words, sentences, and search terms related to the topic of the article written in your blog in the article.


I mean, let's say I'm writing an article on "What is SEO?".


Now, if I am trying to create an “SEO friendly article” using the keyword “What does mean By SEO” or the phrase over and over again in different parts of the article, then it is our biggest mistake in 2021.


This is because Google considers such articles to be "low quality" and "over-optimized content".


As a result, there is no chance of any traffic or visitors coming to your blog from Google search in the future.


Now listen to how I optimize my articles for SEO.


If I am writing an article on the topic of "What SEO says" then I use some words or sentences related to my main keyword in the article without using the keyword "SEO who says" again and again.


For example, “What is SEO”, “What is On-Page SEO”, “How to do SEO”, “Search engine optimization”, “SEO Tips”, “SEO Course”, and so on. Let's use keywords.


In this way, if you use some "related keywords" related to "focused keyword" in the article written in your blog, you will get 3 big benefits.

  • In this way, Google search engine can easily understand the subject of your article.
  • Since I have used different keywords related to SEO in my article, so the chances of ranking my article on different topics related to SEO in Google search will increase.
  • In this new SEO process, we will not use a keyword over and over again. So, never be afraid of over keyword optimization in the article and Google will never penalize your blog.


Increase Website Speed

About 70% of bloggers do not have any problem with the page loading speed of the website, I know that very well.


Have you ever clicked on a link to a website from Google's search results that took a long time to load or open?


If you are like me, then maybe you also go to such a slow-loading website by pressing the back button of the mobile, visiting any other result or website.


And, Google is well aware that no one likes a slow-loading website.


Because, when a website just takes a lot of time to open, that situation is very annoying for everyone.


Therefore, the page loading speed (page speed) of a website is now considered as one of the most important ranking factors of Google.


Moreover, "page speed" is considered one of the most important and important parts of on-page SEO.


So, first of all, check the loading speed of your blog or website.


You can use "Google page speed insights", "Pingdom Tools " and "GTmetrix" to check the page loading speed of a blog or website.


If the loading speed of your blog is more than 3 seconds, then you need to work on the "page loading speed" of your website.


Because as I said before, Google never likes a slow website.


And so, as a slow-loading website, the chances of getting traffic or visitors from Google will be reduced by 75%.


Moreover, even if your content or article is displayed on Google's first search results page, 80% of visitors will be annoyed and leave your website as it takes a long time to open the website.


How to speed up website page loading speed?

You can instantly increase the page loading speed of your blog or website.


However, for that, you must use some speed optimization techniques.

  • Before uploading images to a blog article, compress each image. For this, you can use the website "compressjpeg.com".
  • Remember, images uploaded to a blog or website should not exceed 50kb in size. Reduce the size of the image as much as possible and upload it to the blog.
  • Use hosting from a good cloud web hosting company. The better the hosting server of your blog, the faster the pages of your blog will load. Only some of the best web hosting companies will use blogging.
  • You must use a CDN (content delivery network). In this case, using Cloudflare would be much more convenient.
  • Use a light, clean and fast theme. If you are using WordPress, you can use "Astra", "Generatepress" or "genesis framework" themes. These are recognized as the fastest and best themes in WordPress.
  • If you have blogged using WordPress, you must use a caching plugin.
  • Also, in the case of WordPress blogs, be sure to use an optimization plugin such as "WP Fastest Cache", "WP Rocket", "WP Super Cache", "W3 Total Cache" or "WP-Optimize".

So, friends, this is how you can make your website's page loading speed faster and faster by using some small techniques, to improve the on-page SEO of the blog.


What is off-page SEO: A complete guide for Beginner


Use of targeted focused keyword

Hey, as I said above, it is very bad to use the targeted keyword repeatedly in the article.


However, using the targeted keywords naturally in some parts of the article is very profitable.

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As you can see from the picture above, I am searching for an article on the topic "earn money online by blogging".


And, yet if you go to Google search and search for this topic, then my article will be shown first. (May go down due to paid advertising)


However, its got ranked first in Google search on the subject is that they used targeted keywords in some special places of the article along with other on-page SEO techniques.


So, you can see what happened after using the keywords targeted in these special places by looking at the picture above.


So, where on the article should targeted keywords be used?


A: If you look closely at the picture above, you will understand where the targeted keywords have been used.

  • First of all, you have to use the title of the article.
  • Then, use the keyword in the Permalink URL of the article.
  • Now, in the first paragraph of the article, you have to type your target keyword or sentence once or twice.
  • And after that, it is important to use one or two targeted keywords in the H2, H3, and H4 TAGs used in the article.


This way, using focused keywords in certain areas of your article, you can easily explain your content to the Google search engine.


And as a result, your content will be optimized for search engines in a much better way.


Use alt tags for Images

Google does not automatically understand the images we upload to blogs or blog articles. So, we can use "alt tag" to explain to Google about the images used in our article. This first method for the blogger blog site.

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Blogger

If you see the first photo, and if you are a WordPress user, then this photo is for you. In the below image, I am trying to show you how to add alt-tag on a photo on WordPress

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on-page SEO optimization Blogger


This will make it easier for Google and other search engines to understand what the image is about and increase the chances of getting traffic from Google image search.


In the case of on-page SEO optimization, it is very important to use the alt tag in the image.


And, using our own targeted focused keywords instead of these image alt tags/texts, we can optimize the content for better SEO.


Content Readability

Remember, the quality of the content and articles are written on your blog must be of the best quality.


Today, the Internet contains thousands of pieces of information on any subject.


So, if the articles you write are difficult to read or understand, hopefully, visitors to the blog will return in just a few seconds.


As a result, the high bounce rate will have a detrimental effect on your blog. And, of course, SEO is bad.


So, write the content written in your blog in a simple and easy way so that anyone can read it very easily.


Also, write the article in short paragraphs.


In this way, it will be very convenient for the visitors to read one and a half-written shots. Provide complete information related to work and topics in your articles.


The more time your visitors read your article, the lower the bounce rate will be and the better the ranking of your article in the Google search engine.


So, always write articles on the blog in such a way that, visitors or readers get a lot of interest in reading your content and they do not have any difficulty in reading your writing.


Internal Link Building

You may have seen some links in each of my articles. Hey, this article also has.


Thus, when writing an article on your blog, the process of providing links to other articles related to the subject or keyword of your article is called "internal linking of articles".


And in blog articles, these types of links are called "internal links".


For example,


If I am writing an article about "blogging", then I can definitely give the link of my other articles written about blogging in that article.


In this way, visitors to your blog will be able to take a lot of knowledge about any particular subject and the “bounce rate” of your blog will be reduced.


In the case of SEO, interlinking articles in this way is very beneficial.


In this way, SEO link juice passes through the article pages inside your blog and internal backlinks are created.


This on-page SEO technique is much more important if you want to rank your article pages well on Google.


Then you understand, what is "internal link" is and how to do it.


Post Regularly 

But you also have to keep in mind how many articles you are publishing in your blog every month.


Google prefers blogs that regularly publish high-quality articles. So, keep trying so that you are publishing at least 3 good articles a week on your blog.


Moreover, blogs that do not publish regular articles, say only 2 to 3 articles a month, those blogs are low quality in the eyes of Google.


And, of course, Google does not rank these types of under-updated blogs well in its SERP.


So, if you want to get a good amount of traffic or visitors from Google Search Engine, then you have to publish regular new content in your blogs.


In the case of on-page SEO, it is very important to pay attention to this.


Conclusion

So friends, today we learned about "What is on-page SEO", "How to do on-page SEO" and many more things about SEO.


Remember, the sole purpose of on-page SEO is to optimize your blog articles for Google or other search engines.


And as a result, there is a possibility of getting more traffic or visitors from the Google search engine.


So, if you are a blogger, then you must pay attention to this issue. Otherwise, getting traffic from Google will be very difficult for you.

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