On Page SEO is the process through which we optimise your website’s pages for specific keywords. It involves optimising elements such as headings, sub headings, meta titles, descriptions, and other elements in order to rank higher on the search engine results page (SERP) and generate relevant traffic.
On-Page SEO Service and price
How do we rank your website higher?We start off with our on-page SEO checklist and make sure we cross all the most important elements off. We optimse your website’s meta title and meta description to include the search query we are ranking for and other supporting ones, we make sure this is high quality and matches the users search intent and is compelling enough to click on it. Other elements we look the H1 heading also known as the page title, sub headings, kw density, entities and other elements. All of these SEO optimisations combined, if done right will result in your website pages ranking higher on the SERP for the keywords we are optimising.
Cheap SEO packages or plansIf you are working with a reduced budget it is still worth reaching out, we can help tailor a more budget friendly SEO strategy based on your individual needs. We can look at optimising one page at a time on a month to month basis. We can break down bigger SEO strategies in smaller chunks over a longer period of time. The benefits are that you are attending to your website’s SEO needs and are starting the foundation process with minimum exposure financially. The downside of this is that it takes considerably longer to see noticable results, but don’t let anyone fool you into thinking, less work is the same as no SEO work!
On Page SEO Plan
This on-page SEO package is incorporated in all of our SEO Strategies and can be bought individually on a monthly basis to set up the SEO foundation of your website. It is a cost efficient way of “dipping” your toes into SEO and a way of gaining a few quick wins on the SERP.
This package includes optimisations for:
On-page Elements We Optimise & what they mean
Meta tags are broken down into meta title tags and meta description tags. Both of these two types of meta tags are use to provide a brief description on the search engine results page (SERP) to help users and search engines understand what your page is about.
Header tags are HTML markup elements(H1, H2, etc.) used to structure the content of a webpage and help search engines understand the hierarchy of the information on the page.
URL is short for Uniform Resource Locator, and is the address of the website and website pages in the website’s hierarchy. The URL of a webpage should be concise and descriptive, and should include relevant keywords if possible.
The content of a webpage should be well-written, relevant to the targeted keywords, and provide value to the reader.
The website content should also be at least 350 words long on any type of web page with longer form content reaching up anywhere from 1000 to 10,000 words for more complex and high difficulty keywords.
It’s important to use header tags and lists to structure the content and make it easier for search engines to understand.
Using high-quality and relevant images and videos can help to improve the user experience and increase the likelihood of the page ranking well in search results.
With the increasing use of mobile devices to access the internet, it’s important to ensure that a website is mobile-friendly and easy to use on small screens.
A webpage with a slow loading speed can hurt its ranking in search results and deter users from visiting the site. It’s important to optimise the page’s loading speed to improve the user experience and increase the chances of the page ranking well in search results.
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On Page SEO FAQs
On-page SEO, also known as on-site SEO, refers to the process through which we optimise meta titles, meta descriptions, headings, sub headings and content of individual web pages and blog posts in order to rank higher in search engine results pages (SERPs). The on-page SEO optimisations are done for a specific keyword and supporting keywords.
A well implemented on page SEO campaign will result in the web pages ranking higher for the main & supporting keywords.
Any successful SEO strategy involves optimising on page seo elements such as title tag, meta descriptions, header tags, URL structure, content, images and videos, mobile-friendliness, and page speed.
Optimising the on-page SEO of a website helps search engines such as Google understand your website better and make it more discoverable for users on the search engine results page. In other words your website will be higher up the Google search page for that specific keyword.
On-page SEO is just one element that goes into an SEO campaign and whilst you can benefit from doing it alone, combining it with content creation and off page SEO can bring faster results, but can increase the price of the campaign substantially.
On-page SEO techniques refer to optimisation practices that we can perform directly on your website to improve its ranking in search engine results page AKA SERP. Some of the on-page SEO techniques we use include:
- Keyword research and optimising content for it: Selecting and using relevant keywords in page titles, headings, and content to help search engines understand the topic of the page.
- Title tags and meta descriptions: Creating descriptive, compelling title tags and meta descriptions to encourage click-throughs from the search engine results page.
- Content optimisation: Writing high-quality, relevant, and informative content that satisfies the user’s search intent.
- URL structure: Organising your website’s URLs to be meaningful and easy to understand for both users and search engines. We also look at broken URLs and canonical tags and other such elements.
- Header tags: Using header tags (H1, H2, H3, etc.) to structure content and make it easier for users to scan the page.
- Image optimisation: Compressing images, using descriptive file names, and including alt text to make sure images are properly indexed by search engines.
- Internal linking: Creating a network of internal links to help users and search engines navigate your website and understand its structure.
These are just a few examples of on-page SEO techniques. The goal is to create a website that is easy to use, navigate, and understand for both users and search engines.
Basic On-Page SEO simply put means optimising for top level elements such as meta tags, headers and sub headers and making sure the keyword and entities around it.
It is the bear minimum one can do to start optimising their website’s SEO.
On-Site SEO refers to the optimisation of a website as a whole in order to improve its visibility and ranking in search engine results pages (SERPs). It includes both on-page SEO and off-page SEO.
On-page SEO involves optimising the content and structure of individual web pages, including elements such as title tags, meta descriptions, header tags, URL structure, content, images and videos, mobile-friendliness, and page speed.
Off-page SEO, on the other hand, involves activities such as link building to increase the number of external links pointing to a website, which signals to search engines that the website is valuable and relevant. Site SEO is the process of optimising your entire website in order to improve its visibility and ranking in search engine results pages.
Search intent refers to the purpose behind a user’s search query. It’s important to understand the search intent when creating and optimising web pages, as it helps to ensure that the content of the page is relevant and valuable to the user.
By understanding the search intent, you can target keywords and phrases that align with the user’s needs and increase the chances of the page ranking well in search engine results pages (SERPs).
Internal linking refers to the links within a website that connect one page to another. They help to structure the site and make it easier for search engines to crawl and understand the content.
They also play a role in on page seo factors such as distributing page authority and link equity throughout a website. External links are links that point to a website from other websites.