Types of On-page SEO

Title Tag:  

The title tag is the most important factor in on-page SEO. It is a header title element displayed on SERPs (Search Engine Result Page). 
Search engines like Google display the first 50-60 characters of the title tag. This tag summarizes the website's content. Title tag influences click-through rates.

Meta Description-  

A meta description is a brief description (of up to 155 characters) that summarizes the content of a web page. 
They are displayed on the search engine page result. While the title tags have less description, a meta description gives users more understanding of what your web page is offering.

On page SEO


URL Structure: 

URL (Uniform Resource Locator). Use SEO-friendly URLs, as they help to understand what the webpages are about. Poor URL structure is a big issue in SEO which may result is low ranking. 

Internal Link- 

An internal link is a hyperlink that goes from one page of your website to a  different page on your own website. These links allow users to navigate the website. Also, these links are useful to spread link equity (value passed from one website to another website).

Sitemaps- 

Sitemaps are a hierarchy list of a website. It is designed to help both users and search engines to understand the structure of a website.
The sitemap is an XML file that holds a complete list of page URLs for a site along with other additional details (Metadata of each URLs, when it was last updated etc.). Its primary purpose is to inform search engines about pages on your sites that are available for crawling.

If you're ready for your website to get indexed faster by a search engine, just follow these five easy steps to create a sitemap.

Step 1: Review the structure of your pages.
Step 2: Code your URLs.
Step 3: Validate the code.
Step 4: Add your sitemap to the root and robots.
Step 5: Submit your sitemap.


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