On-Page SEO vs. Off-Page SEO – WebDesy.com

By | August 12, 2019


Hello and welcome back to SEO Crash Course
for WordPress Users This video is about on-page SEO and off-page
SEO. You’ll learn what’s the difference and what you need to care about for the most
part. Thing is, it’s kinda easy to see the difference
because on-page SEO is basically what you do on your own site to improve rankings whereas
off-page SEO is what you do on other sites to improve your search engine rankings. Now
let’s take a closer look at each of them. Like I said before, on-page SEO is what you
do on your own site to improve your search engine rankings. Now you’ll learn what exactly
that means. On-page SEO falls into two main categories: basic on-page SEO and in-depth
on-page SEO Basic on-page SEO implies that you use your
keyword in: URL
Title Headline
Page Copy Image Alt Tag
Meta Data In case you’re using the WordPress SEO by
Yoast plugin, you’ll be able to use it for keeping track of your keyword usage. You can just scroll down once in your post
editor and you’ll see all the requirements that you need to keep in mind for proper on-page
SEO for every single WordPress post you create. In-depth on-page SEO deals with things like
making sure that you don’t have broken links, title and meta data issue. your URL structure
is proper, and you don’t have too heavy images. You can install the Broken Link Checker plugin
to take care of broken links and images within your site. You may want to use other software or services
to get to know about your in-depth on-page SEO issues. I personally used ScreamingFrog
and Moz.com for that sort of info. Now, let me get you up to speed about off-page
SEO. Off-page SEO is all about building links that
point back to your site (aka back links). As a matter of fact, there are a lot of off-page
SEO methods. They are generally called link building because you kind of build backlinks
for your site. Since I’ll tackle link building in upcoming videos, I’ll just mention some
of them so that you’re in the know. Blog Commenting
Web 2.0 Properties Forum posting
Guest posting etc So, what is the priority: on-page or off-page
SEO? Though you need to both make sure that your
site is good both in terms of on-page and off-page SEO, a google rule of thumb would
be to focus on off-page SEO. More specifically on the quality and quantity of backlinks.
At least that’s how it’s working at the time of the recording. You can find a whole
lot of mediocre sites on Google who rank pretty high because they have a slew of backlinks. Now you know what’s the difference between
on-page and off-page SEO. Thank you for watching and I’ll see you
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3 thoughts on “On-Page SEO vs. Off-Page SEO – WebDesy.com

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