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On Page Optimization Steps For Seo

On Page Ranking Factors
For each of the on-page ranking factors, we'll investigate page level characteristics for the site's individual pages as well as domain level characteristics for the entire website.
In general, the page level analysis is useful for identifying specific examples of optimization opportunities, and the domain level analysis helps define the level of effort necessary to make site-wide corrections.
Since a URL is the entry point to a page's content, it's a logical place to begin our on-page analysis.
When analyzing the URL for a given page, here are a few important questions to ask:
Is the URL using subfolders instead of subdomains? Subdomains are mostly treated as unique domains when it comes to passing link juice. Subfolders don't have this problem, and as a result, they are typically preferred over subdomains.
Does the URL avoid using excessive parameters? If possible, use static URLs. If you simply can't avoid using parameters, at least register them with your Google Webmaster Tools account.
Is the URL using hyphens to separate words? Underscores have a very checkered past with certain search engines. To be on the safe side, just use hyphens.

When analyzing the URLs for an entire domain, here are a few additional questions:
•    Do most of the URLs follow the best practices established in the page level analysis, or are many of the URLs poorly optimized?
•    If a number of URLs are suboptimal, do they at least break the rules in a consistent manner, or are they all over the map?
•    Based on the site's keywords, is the domain appropriate? Does it contain keywords? Does it appear spammy?
URL-based Duplicate Content
In addition to analyzing the site's URL optimization, it's also important to investigate the existence of URL-based duplicate content on the site.
URLs are often responsible for the majority of duplicate content on a website because every URL represents a unique entry point into the site. If two distinct URLs point to the same page (without the use of redirection), search engines believe two distinct pages exist.
For an exhaustive list of ways URLs can create duplicate content, read Section V. of Dr. Pete's fantastic guide: Duplicate Content in a Post-Panda World (go ahead and read the entire guide - it's amazing).
Ideally, your site crawl will discover most (if not all) sources of URL-based duplicate content on your website. But to be on the safe side, you should explicitly check your site for the most popular URL-based culprits (programmatically or manually).

Below is the list of factors which can be implemented for on page optimization 

- Keyword Research
- Website SEO Audit
- Naming of Domain
- Robots.txt Creation
- Sitemap Creation
- Landing Page Optimization
- Meta Tags Optimization
- Website Competitor Analysis
- Google Maps Local Listing
-Webmaster Accounts Setup on Google
- Google Analytics
- competitors Analysis
-Rewritting of URL .
-Search Engine Submissions
-Proper Navigation in the websites
-Yahoo  and Bing Submission


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