“Perfecting” On-Page Optimization

Posted by Tim Lancaster | Online Marketing

This is an oldie-but-goodie, and still rings true today for on-page optimization. He shows a preview of how the page might look without all of the fluff. It’s really interesting to break it down like this.

Take a closer look at how Rand, from SEOmoz creates the “Perfectly” optimized page.

If you’re in SEO, you probably hear this question a lot. Sadly, there’s no cut and dry answer, but there are sets of best practices we can draw from and sharpen to help get close. In this blog post, I’m going to share our top recommendations for achieving on-page, keyword-targeting¬†“perfection,” or, at least, close to it. Some of these are backed by data points, correlation studies and extensive testing while others are simply gut-feelings based on experience. As with all things SEO, we recommend constant testing and refinement, though this knowledge can help you kick-start the process.

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