Optimizing your site for on page factors is really pretty straightforward when it comes down to it. It’s easy to start off on the wrong track and realize your mistakes much later. Nothing beats being prepared and having all the right knowledge in place, first. So today we want to talk about SEO and on page optimization, specifically.
Try aiming at creating a large site with lots of content pages. Authority websites and blogs tend to give tremendous experiences to Google’s readers, and that is why they like them so much. If you have the willingness to do the work, then you can easily produce these kinds of authority sites.
It is not only site size and on-page SEO that will help you with ranking, but those two will make a big contribution. The older a site is the better, but you can help a brand new site by doing everything right. The typical scenario is a site that has been around longer will have much more in place and can easily rank higher than a newer site for the same keywords. There is a thriving domain selling industry where you may find a good domain name that is aged properly. Secondly, mention your keyword in the title tag of your webpage, as search engines give high preference to the title tag when they are ranking a webpage. The key to success here is to make sure you keep your title focused, and not overcrowd it with too many keywords; this will only confuse the search engines as to what you’re trying to rank for. You’ll get the most benefit by keeping your keywords down to one or two and avoiding the use of special characters. Don’t make the mistake of having a blank title tag if you want to get ranked. Using this method effectively is sure to bring you better rankings for your keywords.
Most if not all of the great short URLs are long gone unless you buy one from an investor. Some people specify to limit your domain to less than one hundred characters. Branding yourself with your domain may be more important than having keywords in your URL. One thing to always try to avoid is putting numbers in your domain. You do not want the word in your domain to sound awkward and hard to pronounce. Many times people like to use keywords for which they want to rank in the search engines. Of course on page SEO factors are still necessary for successful optimization. You do not need them to rank well, but if somebody else comes along that has them you will not compete well.