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What are the most important On Page SEO Elements?
ON-SITE SEO is much, much more than titles, meta tags and HTML elements.
On-site SEO means also:
* Your site's structure like categories, tags
* How you interlink your content
* Your site's navigation
You need to see a site "as a whole" and not only look at the HTML source and check your H1 and H2 tags and descriptions This is really important to know. Alone good, meaningful categories and tags can have MASSIVE ranking power.
I would actually say that those factors like navigation, categories PLUS your content will ultimately outweigh any shortcomings you might have in META tags and HTML code.
A well designed and structured site is almost half your rankings (i am serious), but as said it goes much, much deeper than a few HTML elements within your pages/posts.
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Pardon me for asking why you included the structure and navigation. Does that mean you are talking about the design of the website? I don’t think the design has something to do with the SEO of the website because what the search engine crawlers check are the contents and the tags or keywords but not the design since if the design is bad then it will always be bad for all the web pages.
To me the most important part of on-page SEO is unique content and lots of of it. Content that is high in demand that you can churn out like butter at a dairy farm. Get that right, and all the other things such as off-page SEO, social media marketing, link building etc etc doesn't even have to be done you just create and publish new content and it automatically ranks high because a) it's in high demand and b) you're the only site putting it out there. This gets shared, which results in social media optimization and link building by itself as you get more social signals and links automatically through all the people sharing your content on their social media pages and profiles and by people who are talking about you and your content and sharing it on their blogs and on forums etc. Obviously that sounds fine in theory but there is more to it than that you often have to put some work in as well as creating great content such as managing your social profile pages and building more on other places where you can build up followers interested in your product, service when you post about it on those places and so the circle continues. But it's ultimately your content that's going to save your site in the long run not the trivial things like HTML elements.
Title tag, meta tags, content, keywords, link flow...
the unique articles and keyword density still the power of On Page SEO
high quality content, internal linking, page speed, outbound link etc
Content is still king Fresh, unique SEo articles are the best, in my opinion.
<h1>to <h6> tags , title and Meta Description and internal links are most important elements of on page seo.
Here are some of the on page SEO techniques
Keywords: use keywords on the domain, site title, site description, content title, content description, content body, image title, image description
Contents: original and unique contents
Design: easy to navigate, eye catching design
Internal linking: creating inbound links
I think you need to have an easy loading site it should be a light page to load quickly. The most important think to up your rank is you must always have good content and it should be posted regularly.
What I understand with on-page SEO elements are the keywords and the content. The keywords are taken by the search engine when there is a search for the said keyword. The content is the first consideration of the search engine when evaluating the links for the search list. Just those 2 elements will do wonders for the ranking of your website. And if you will upload good contents regularly then the ranking of your website should be increased or maintained a high position.