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Don't Miss a Trick! On-page Search Engine Optimisation is Critical for Top Rankings and We Can Help. 

Isn't it Time to Finally Fix-Up Your On-Page SEO and Get Better Rankings?

3 Easy Steps to On-Page SEO Success

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In-Depth SEO Analysis

We'll put your website under a microscope to identify technical and on-page SEO issues that could be stunting your organic search growth.

Implementing and testing

SEO Upgrades

Our expert team will implement the recommendations from our report or give your team the guidance they need to implement changes (if you prefer).

Support

Ongoing SEO Support

There's more to SEO than just on-page and technical upgrades. We can work with you to put together a complete strategy to help your business grow.

Get your on-page SEO fixed up today

Call our UK based team today on 01332 742516 or click the button to the right to get in touch.

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On-page SEO Audit

From £250
  • Meta data Errors
  • Indexing issues
  • Content optimisation
  • HTML optimisation
  • Page speed issues
  • Mobile issues

On-page SEO Work

From £250
  • Meta data updates
  • Indexing issues
  • Page speed fixes
  • Mobile fixes
  • Content writing
  • HTML optimisation

Ongoing Maintenance

From £250
  • Keyword monitoring
  • Content production
  • Technical reports
  • Technical updates
  • Backlink monitoring
  • Google Analytics reporting

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Call our UK based team today on 01332 742516 or click the button to the right to get in touch.

5 Common On-Page SEO Mistakes and How to Fix Them 🙂

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Too Much Internal Linking or Not Enough

Adding internal links to your content makes it easier for search engine crawlers to find their way around your website. This helps the indexing process.

It also helps users, when done right.

There are typically two problems here.

Some people either don't do any internal linking and others do too much to the extent that certain links don't make sense.

The fix:

Only add internal links when it's relevant.

If it doesn't make sense to add an internal link, don't add one.

Too Much Duplicate Content

Search engines will expect duplicate content to some degree. For example, they know that websites will use similar elements from page to page.

But, the point at which duplicate content becomes a problem is when it holds no value for the user.

A good example of this is how some people try to rank in Google for different locations. They will copy all of the content from one location page onto a new page for another location.

The only content that is changed is where the location appears in the URL, title, meta description and within the page content.

Other than that, the new location page is identical to the old one.

This is a serious issue, adds no value for the user and will cause issues with Google's Panda algorithm.

The fix:

This is a simple one, if you're creating a new page, create new content to go along with it.

Sure, it'll take more time to do but you'll make a better impression on visitors and search engines.

Writing Content for Search Engines and Not Users

There are "experienced SEO's" who still write content for search engines, NOT their website's visitors.

This often includes keyword stuffing and other nasty tactics.

That's a huge mistake - people aren't robots.

And search engines know this, just consider how many people with PHD's are working at Google (there's a lot).

When you forget about the human element, you remove all personality from your content and you run the risk of not only hindering your organic search rankings, but also damaging your conversions.

The fix:

Forget search engines entirely when writing content and make it as helpful as possible.

You can optimize certain elements of your content later, but this will ensure that the focus is on your users.

This will lead to higher engagement and Google will notice as fewer visitors will pogo-stick between pages in search results.

Forgetting to Create a Proper Sitemap

A sitemap is just a list of pages on your website, and it helps search engine crawlers find all of the pages on your site, and index them.

Without this, you're making search engines work harder. Your aim should be to make it as easy as possible for them.

The fix:

Create a sitemap for your website and submit it via Google's Search Console (Previously Webmaster Tools). Bing have their own version too.

You can create one easily by using this website.

If you use WordPress, there are numerous free plugins available which can help you. WordPress SEO by Yoast is the most popular SEO plugin, it's free to download and it has this feature built in.

Changing URL's Without Adding Redirects

If you change a URL and don't redirect the old URL to the new one, you're creating a huge problem for both search engines and users.

This stops users from finding what they need (this will cost you money in the long run) and it stops search engine spiders from crawling your site.

The fix:

Identify whether you will need to add a permanent or temporary redirect.

Permanent redirects are known as 301's and temporary redirects are known as 302's.

You will then need to add the correct redirects to your web server.

How you implement this largely depends on your content management system and whether you run an apache/windows web server. It's best checking with your web host if you're not sure.

For WordPress users, you can use a free plugin called "Redirection" to setup your redirects. If you change the URL's of your blog posts, the plugin will automatically add a redirect for you.

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