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Dec222015

The 5 Most Common On-Page SEO Issues

The 5 Most Common On-Page SEO Issues infographic

The Site Auditor tool from Raven Tools has discovered The 5 Most Common On-Page SEO Issues. Of interest to infographic designers and publishers is that 78% of all issues were image related. That means after all that time spent researching and designing a good infographic, most people fall short when they publish them online.

We recently realized we had access to a landfill of valuable on-page SEO data, so we started digging. We then released our 2015 study analyzing on-page SEO issues.

The infographic is an ideal teaching aid when explaining on-page SEO to prospects and clients. Feel free to use it where you’d like. Above are the 5 most common on-page SEO issues, as well as how to fix each issue.

1. Image Optimization Issues

2. Duplicate Content Issues

3. Meta Description Issues

4. Structured Data Issues

5. Link Issues

You have to craft a good infographic landing page whne publishing an infographic! I teach this in my workshops and classes at SMU CAPE, and there is a whole chapter dedicated to the right way to publish infographics in my book, Cool Infographics.

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Reader Comments (6)

Thanks for the sharing this really informative post. I am glad to find you on web.
December 23, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterPsd to html responsive
This is good stuff to get the basics right :)
December 23, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterNarcis Sauleda
! I love to improve in SEO all the time especially when I see changes in my siteĀ“s rank. I will try to implement some of these tips.
January 23, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterAsad Hanif
Hello

Well, Greatly described Points. I agree with most of your points.

Recently Google become more intelligent with quality update and now, they they know, what content is all about, so they know, exactly, where to rank our article, depending on it's quality.

So, Keyword Density is out of the window these days, Instead, we can just use LSI keywords for better ranking.

Also Meta tags like Meta description is not that important, like it was few years ago, now, Google can pick any word or phrase from article depending on users query.

But I do agree that, using Headings Tags, Image Alt Tags and internal Linking is very important.

So, Overall, having a nice URL structure, Authority Outbound Links, proper Title, can do the Job easily.

Correct me, If I am wrong?
February 27, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJasvinder
I agree with Jasvinder and appreciate author of this post. I strongly recommend you to focus on content and links issues. I have faced many problems because of them as one of my sites was hit by Panda and penguin. And also I would like to add few more factors to focus in current days is mobile friendly and responsive design.
July 1, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterSimons
Hi.

Lovely checklist and 'everegreen' recomendations.

I like especially number 8 (Remove 10 Low-Value Links), and I feel that especially many Small Businesses running their own eCommerce should have to respect it. I'm thinking to all those mega-menus with categories, sub-categories and so on of products maybe presents in every single page of the site.

Even though they can be graphically cool, they are a juice-drainer. Better to have a main menu just with the main products's categories (your eCommerce hubs) and then into each category page an exploded menu.

Apart this, there are many other ways in order to better organize the internal juice flow and help the indexation of the site. Because a correct architecture is maybe the most challenging on site optimization, IMO.
December 14, 2016 | Unregistered Commenterjeffiepriya

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