On-site optimisation refers to the process of making your website appeal to both search engines and users. It reviews and improves both the public face of your website and the behind the scenes coding and technical set-up that only search engines see.
A search engine evaluates a website differently to a human visitor. A search engine can’t evaluate how nicely your website is designed, how well your content is written or how much value your products/services provide. It has to judge a website from a technical point of view.
^ add keywords to urls, title tags, meta descriptions, header tags and alt tags.
^ ensure each page has a unique and descriptive title and description.
^ assess existing and potential keyword targets.
^ check the site loads properly in different web browsers and screen resolutions.
^ ensure call to actions are located in prominent positions.
^ add in-content links where appropriate.
^ set-up Google Analytics
^ assess and improve page loading times.
^ create and submit an XML sitemap.
Improve your website visitors’ experience with social login, and increase your website registration conversions and retention. Not only do they help you increase awareness of your content, but when you provide your visitors the opportunity to share your content easily, you’re also improving user experience.
^ social share and follow buttons
^ social login
^ social Video
^ Instagram photos
^ social Proof
Features: up to 5 pages, responsive, all types of blocks/sections can be added to these 5 pages, Standard custom graphics, logo, on-site SEO, free 1 month support after completion. Note - when you fill the form select budget "less than €300" and add "Starter Package" on project description.
Applies to: on-site / technical SEO (optimization of titles, descriptions, tags, keywords, google analythics, code, etc.).
Applies to: setup and integration of social media tags in you pages code (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.).