Onsite SEO is the search engine optimization work that you do on your website. That much might be apparent. What’s not so apparent is what you will get out of beefing up your onsite SEO efforts. Will your results really be that much different by spending a few hours supplementing your work with more meta data, more keywords and more high-quality content? The answer is a resounding yes, but before we get to all of those benefits let’s discuss what beefing up your onsite SEO efforts really means.
Have you ever thought there was some “secret” traffic technique that if you just knew it… your website would take off & start making money? Have you ever wondered how to get your hands on the latest, greatest, cutting-edge techniques for driving website traffic?
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Normally a new website will stick up a default page titled “Hello World!”. It does this to prove that the site is installed and everything is working, only to be manually deleted immediately after. As I hovered over the “delete” button to send this very post to the trash – I paused. After hundreds – maybe thousands – of “Hello World!” posts I have slain in my life, I realized that this title summed up exactly what I wanted to write about.