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This lady thinks that a pair of rubber gloves make a seductive accessory (left) and (right) a swordsman displays his softer side, and an array of weaponry, in an attempt to woo an impressed other half This Russian gentleman (left) hopes that showing how flexible he is in a children's playground will make a potential partner swoon.
When it comes to on-page SEO, I’m sure you’ve heard enough about meta tags and keyword density for one lifetime.
If you’re looking for some practical strategies that you can use on your site today, then you’ll 1.
Use SEO-Friendly URLs Google has stated that the first 3-5 words in a URL are given more weight. And always include your target keyword in your URL.
In other words: Avoid ugly URLs: backlinko.com/p=123 Or long URLs: backlinko.com/8/6/16/cat=SEO/on-page-seo-is-so-amazing-omg-its-the-best 2.
Start Title With Keyword Your title tag is the most important on-page SEO factor.
In general, the closer the keyword is to the beginning of the title tag, the more weight it has with search engines. Wrap Your Blog Post Title in an H1 Tag The H1 tag is your “headline tag”. Check your site’s code to make sure your title gets the H1 love it deserves.
Most CMS’s (like Word Press) automatically add the H1 tag to your blog post title. I used to assume that Word Press hooked up my post titles with H1 tags…until I actually looked at my site’s code.
But my tests have shown me that wrapping your target keyword in an H2 tag can make a dent.Here’s an example of this strategy in action (target keyword=”SEO strategy”): This is something that you probably do naturally.But a lot of people start their posts off with a long, meandering intro…and use their keyword for the first time MUCH later.Then I realized that Word Press themes sometimes use H1 tags to increase text size.As an example, my email opt-in area used to be wrapped in an H1 tag: It’s worth checking out your site’s code to make sure you only have one H1 tag per page.