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On-Page SEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sviedinys, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. sviedinys

    sviedinys Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hello,

    Right now im trying to optimize my on-page seo for wordpress, but still not sure how it should look.

    Lets say my posts will look like this:

    Title - main keyword

    Post:
    h1 relevant keyword

    Image with main keyword.

    Bold article title.

    Article.

    h2 relevant keyword

    h3 relevant keyword

    Tags.

    Is this would be correct on-page seo? Is there any difference if all posts are centered?
     
  2. ok888

    ok888 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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  3. sviedinys

    sviedinys Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Do you mean h1,h2.. keywords underline? Or just from article? I never seen someone uses it, but I heard it should be used before.

    <meta name="description" as I see it appears auto in WP from all content.

    I am doing interlinking, can I ask, how is it important? Its just for better bot crawl?
     
  4. DisguiseMarketing

    DisguiseMarketing Junior Member

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    go to a wikipedia page and study it on the front end. then hit ctrl+u and view the source code. study that. play how the big boys play.

     
  5. bigkapp

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    You should also have your keywords in your URL , ALT tages and meta keywords.
     
  6. Josh Jocky

    Josh Jocky Registered Member

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    you can bold the keyword so it works well i think.. And know one thing, posting content only is not in on-page seo. It also concludes adding meta descriptions, titles, controlling OBLs and IBls and keyword density as well.
     
  7. sviedinys

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    Isnt it appear by default? In Yoast below says "If the meta description is empty, the preview shows what the plugin generates based on your meta description template." when I check ctrl+u it picks meta description from all text. With my articles everything is ok, they have keywords and are unique.
     
  8. LOL-Blaster

    LOL-Blaster Regular Member

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    Just do some basic stuff like h1 and h2.

    Don't overdo it or you will get hit with overoptimization.
     
  9. john1444

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    Since the recent Penguin update, optimizing your image can be very risk and penalize your site for over optimization.

    It sends red flag to Google that your site is a potential violator.

    The title, description, tags and body is ok so long as you stick to less than 3% keyword density.

    Here is a tool to help you calculate your density -
    www.seocentro.com/tools/seo/keyword-density.html.
     
  10. g111k

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    1. Don't over-optimize. Let's say if you're going for "online poker" don't just blatantly insert it as ALT text for the image, make it something like "play online poker with _______". Make things user friendly and easily readable. Majority of your on-site SEO value will come through inter-linking and word count. Yes, content is still king.

    2. This is a very, very general topic with TONS of resources available. Use the search function.

    3. There are wordpress plugins that will give you a % score for on-site SEO and show you what you need to optimize. Read about panda / penguin updates. Here's a great article on "post-penguin analysis" - micrositemasters.com/blog/penguin-analysis-seo-isnt-dead-but-you-need-to-act-smarter-and-5-easy-ways-to-do-so/