What is on page SEO?

On-page components can significantly affect how your website ranks on Google and other search engines.

What is on page SEO, though?

It’s setting up your website and all your pages, so they communicate effectively with search engines.

Let me explain.

In high school, I was painfully shy.

I often had difficulties communicating effectively with members of the opposite sex. As a result, I watched a lot of television with my grandparents on Friday evenings in my teen years.

It wasn’t that I didn’t have anything to offer a girlfriend; it’s that none could get close enough to me to get to know me.

That was my fault.

If your website isn’t communicating correctly with Google, that’s your fault.

It’s not that the search engines don’t like your website or business; they need to understand both better.

On page SEO is the process you go through to get Google to make that happen.

People sometimes call on-page SEO “on-site SEO.”

It involves optimizing your webpages in a way that is appropriate for visitors and search engines alike.

The components of on page SEO are:

  • Meta Titles
  • Keywords
  • Meta Descriptions
  • Page Speed
  • Headers
  • Image Alt Text
  • Structures Data
  • Sitemaps
  • Internal Links
  • External Links
  • Content Length

If you’re interested in learning how to optimize these elements on your website I recommend you check out ON-PAGE SEO:
The Definitive Guide by Brian Dean. It’s not our training. But I wish it were.