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Mike Essex

29 Need-To-Know On Page SEO Factors (Infographic)

18th Sep 2013 SEO Less than a minute to read

On Page OptimisationToday we welcome an Infographic by Verve Search that looks at the changing face of On Page Optimisation and examines the most important factors that still need to be considered.

Some of the key factors included in the Infographic (which can be found below) are:

  • Keyword targeting methods: when, where and how to use keywords to emphasise the importance of page content
  • How to create valuable content: ways to make content that stands out from the crowd and actually converts
  • Why you must care about user experience: including the importance of high quality design, navigation and responsive websites
  • How to be search engine spider friendly: how to avoid a penalty and ensure that all of your content gets found and indexed
  • Clever ways to get your content shared: a look at social sharing buttons and easy sharing solutions
  • Microformat tagging methods: including rich snippets, schema and rel=”author”.

Created by: vervesearch.com

We hope you found this infographic useful. If there are other factors that you feel are important, please leave them in the comments below.

The views expressed in this Infographic are those of the original creator so may not represent those of the Koozai team.

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