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I'm after some advice please on my current website's onsite SEO

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ScreamingMidget, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. ScreamingMidget

    ScreamingMidget Power Member

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    I started a site a few months ago with a colleague, but we're never in agreement with regards to the on-site SEO / linking etc.

    I'm wondering if any of you kind folk who are very experienced in SEO could give my site a once over and offer some advice on ways to improve it? If you could PM me or reply to this thread, I'll get in touch with the site address.

    Writing content isn't a problem, but when they aren't appearing in the top 100 for Google, you know something is wrong somewhere.
     
  2. neweaver

    neweaver Regular Member

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    I have really good off page SEO, but for some reason I have yet to grasp a good perspective on on page seo. There is a good tutorial that helped me on here, use the search bar to find it. I will also ask for a PM as well for someone to help me as well since I can't find it lol.
     
  3. dustangle

    dustangle Regular Member Premium Member

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    hey op,
    pm me your Site Link.
     
  4. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    OP, PM me the site and I will take a look.
     
  5. Jack Torrance

    Jack Torrance Power Member

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    PM me I'll check it out. People often overlook content length, I aim for 1000 words or more. If you're stuck for words, read through the page and try to come up with questions people might have "why do I need a new suspension kit?" "how can lowered suspension wreck my car?" and just add those questions as little bolded or italic headings in an appropriate place, then provide an answer. Usually you can add 100+ words per question.
     
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  6. funkyfeast

    funkyfeast Newbie

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    Provide more details without revealing your domain.