[GUIDE] Basic WP OnSite advice or how to increase my Organic traffic easily

great sharing! curious for no.6 -
Do not use any other tags inside <h>. If you want to style them, add a class and style everything in external css file, not inline.

what happen if inline with css
 
Thanks man. I just forget to set silo on one of my pages so it was worth reading your article.
 
great sharing! curious for no.6 -
Do not use any other tags inside <h>. If you want to style them, add a class and style everything in external css file, not inline.

what happen if inline with css

Let me give you an example.

Code:
<h1><strong>Content</strong></h1>

<strong><h1>Content</h1></strong>

Wrong.

Code:
<h1 style="font-weight:bold">Content</h1>

Acceptable but should be avoided.

Code:
<h1 class="customh1">Content</h1>

Ok.

Code:
<h1>Content</h1>

Best.
 
Damn, all of my outgoing external links are do.follow, have I been wasting the precious juice for nothing??? Sheeez, gonna set all of them to rel="nofollow" . Thanks for opening my eyes bro
 
How different should the Title and H1 be?

I am afraid that it may confuse the visitor if these 2 things are different.
 
Damn, all of my outgoing external links are do.follow, have I been wasting the precious juice for nothing??? Sheeez, gonna set all of them to rel="nofollow" . Thanks for opening my eyes bro

I don't think it's good to have only "nofollow" links out. At least it's what I understood from all I have read online about the subject. So majority of nofollow, yes. 100% of affiliate links no follow yes. But natural fit in your article bringing value to your user and making total sense with your content pointing at a very authoritative site in your niche --> do-fo-llow.

Correct me if I'm wrong
 
Hi, should you please explain, why?

3. Your <h1> should be different than the <title> of your page.

I use title for page, and the same title use as h1 on page. Why it should be different?
 
Hi, should you please explain, why?

3. Your <h1> should be different than the <title> of your page.

I use title for page, and the same title use as h1 on page. Why it should be different?

It covers more keywords for the better ranking boost!
 
I don't think it's good to have only "nofollow" links out. At least it's what I understood from all I have read online about the subject. So majority of nofollow, yes. 100% of affiliate links no follow yes. But natural fit in your article bringing value to your user and making total sense with your content pointing at a very authoritative site in your niche --> do-fo-llow.

Correct me if I'm wrong
Yeah, sounds about right. Definetly wanna make everything look natural. It's just that some of my articles are quite long and have like 30-40 outgoing links - was definetly losing some link juice there.
 
It covers more keywords for the better ranking boost!

ye, but if you want to rank on “mosquito repelent” for example, why not add to title kW mosquito repelent, and had h1 the same as well. At the end, it boost your page for main kW - in this case - mosquito repelent. For longtails, will optimize h2 and paragraph text, alt on images etc... but dont see why i should target different kws in h1 and title
 
wow, it's really good to see that people are providing such information for free. Many thanks
 
Ok, question.

I have a habit for my important homepage / inner pages.
I have at least 20-25 <strong></strong> to LSI keywords related to the main title.

Now, the content in page is ~2000 - 2500 words.

I see a lot of pages they leave their <p></p> clean without any <strong> in them.
and they just use strong outside of their paragraphs... (and few.)

Besides proper heading, I like using inside the P tags strong for lSI keywords what'd you say about this?
 
Ok, question.

I have a habit for my important homepage / inner pages.
I have at least 20-25 <strong></strong> to LSI keywords related to the main title.

Now, the content in page is ~2000 - 2500 words.

I see a lot of pages they leave their <p></p> clean without any <strong> in them.
and they just use strong outside of their paragraphs... (and few.)

Besides proper heading, I like using inside the P tags strong for lSI keywords what'd you say about this?

Well, the golden rule is to have max 1 <strong> per 100 - 150 words of text. However I am using more bold words to beautify the content and increase it readability and never got any problems or difficulties with ranking it.

<strong> should be inside the paragraphs. Most of the things should be inside <p>, some exceptions are headings <h> and lists <ul>
 
What is your opinion on implementing Table of Contents for articles longer than 2000 words?
 
What is your opinion on implementing Table of Contents for articles longer than 2000 words?
yes, i think that is a seo best pratice for articles. there are also some plugins for wordpress that do it automatically based on the <h> in the article
 
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