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Take a look at my onsite SEO?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Flex1, Oct 13, 2013.

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  1. Flex1

    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    ---- THREAD CLOSED 11/14/2013 ----
    I was wondering if someone would take a look at my website and let me know how my onsite SEO is. Give me some tips and pointers on how to make it better would be great! Post below and I will send you the link.
     
  2. inoshentmalik

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    go ahead and inbox me the link lets see
     
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    inoshentmalik BANNED BANNED

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    Well its looks all right its on wordpress then use some seo plugin and improve your website design change the alignment put picture with text right now picture is up and text is down! you need to improve the design make it more friendly as you can ;) I'll give 60 out of 100 ;)
     
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    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Does anybody else think they can take a look at my website's onsite SEO?
     
  5. matt1972

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    Ya shoot, I'll take a look at it.
     
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    These would be some improvements I would suggest.

    1. Take the about side bar section off every page and make a page on the navigation just for that page, ie; about us

    2. On images I would have them named the actual keyword for the page phrase I'm targeting. If that is not possible at least put the title= and alt= tags on the images with a variation of the keyword you are trying to rank for. Example: title="Read here about this keyword I want to rank for information" alt="Read here about this keyword I want to rank for information"

    3. I'm assuming all those tags are related to your key phrase you are trying to rank for. The best practice is to also use LSI (related) keywords into the body content of your post. So using those tags inside your content of that post will look better and natural.

    4. Add a privacy policy page and a contact us page to the navigation or footer.

    That's all I could think of at the moment.
     
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    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    matt1972
    Thanks for the tips and reply about my thread. I have had a few questions about some stuff and you have answered them.

    Thanks!
     
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    pryidevsblog Newbie

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    Yes I want to look at it. Just PM me the site. And let's see you onsite optimization.
     
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    google has a great seo check list, i'd google it ;)
     
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