What is On-page Search Engine Optimization?
On-page SEO, also known as On-site SEO means optimization of components on a website for the purpose of high ranking and gain relevant traffic from search engines. These components include HTML source code of a page and content. Aside from aiding search engines to simplify page content, orthodox on-page SEO also enables users distinctly and quickly understands the content of a page and whether it answers their search query.
In general, good on-page SEO aids search engines understand what a person would see at first glance and what they stand to benefit if they log on to your website. At La Torre Marketing, we offer On-page Search Engine Optimization services that will make it simple for both the users and search engines to understand what your business is about in order to drive in more traffic and prospects.
We’ve done it before, and we can do it again and again for you!
Our reputation in providing unparalleled On-page SEO services speaks for itself. We have previously optimized various projects and brands via complex content management systems such as WordPress, Drupal and Joomla, as well as various e-commerce management systems such as Shopify, Magneto and Big Commerce among others. With our specially crafted on-page SEO services, we will ensure that your business gets top ranks on the first pages of renowned search engines such as Yahoo, Bing and Google.
This is how we do it
We focus mainly on the three goals of on-page SEO, which include:
- Understanding what the website is about.
- Mark the page as germane to a search item
- Is the website useful and worth ranking top on SERP (Search Engine Results Page)?
Based on these three items, our experts will ensure your webpage is relevant, readable, unique, trust-worthy and authoritative, and aligns with the users search goal. Today, keywords are no longer the center of On-page SEO. Search engines have advanced rapidly and become more complex over the years. Although keywords use is still important, search engines also draw out a page’s meaning from the circumstances in which the content appear, synonym usage and the frequency with which certain word combinations are introduced.
There are also other non-keyword related factors such as mobile friendliness, page load speed, link usage on a page, page metadata and page URL structure among others. Whatever is needed for your site stand out, rest assured we will do it.