How to Do Onpage SEO for Your Website, And Why This is My Favorite Skillset
In this blog post, plain and simple, I am going to teach you how to do onpage SEO from start to finish, and am going to show you what I’ve been doing with my blog posts and my website as a whole for nearly a decade now, and of why this is my favorite skill in the world because of how powerful it is. SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is such an under-utilized skill in people’s careers, in that it makes literally every single skill that you have monetizable. Of the skills that I have only slightly under my belt are martial arts, beginning ice skating, skydiving, beginning pilot lessons, going on Tinder Dates, and being a relative expert at SEO, accounting and tax, as well as an expert on finance (not to brag but I can really hold my own in the realm of finance and investments and can really put most advisors in the ground on tax and investment planning were I to be given the change to debate them) yet I have turned all of these skills into blog posts on at least one of my blogs at some point in time, and have turned these into an SEO-ranking blog post that is now getting at least some small amount of traffic every single day, week, month or year. And so, without further ado, I am going to show you how you can do the exact same thing and of how to do onpage SEO for your website. Read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
The gist of what you need to look for when optimizing your website for onpage SEO is the below:
That you have a relevant, non copyrighted image that has a proper alt tag
That your keyword density hits around the 0.5% mark
That you have a strong internal linking structure throughout your site (website silo architecture)
That you properly use the SEO tools
That you download SEO yoast and get all the lights green or orange before publishing
That you have a good disclaimer
That your page speed and page load time are on point, 60 pagespeed for mobile and 90+ pagespeed for desktop
That you are constantly writing and updating old content
That you are constantly adding fresh content
That you maintain link velocity
And a host of other on-page factors, I will explain this in more details later in the post, comment down below with your questions!
How to Do Onpage SEO for your Website, The Finances of Learning This Skillset as a Side Hustle
So, financially, this has really been a fantastic skillset for me to learn, and while I still sometimes dream of being able to implement all of my affiliate sites into an SEO strategy that is good enough to be able to do this for a career, I know that I am at least another 10 years away, probably closer to like 15, before I can implement that strategy. That’s because one of the most important and under-utilized factors in the game of SEO, is money.
To get really good at SEO, it doesn’t cost a lot at first, but eventually to hit the expert levels, you will need consultants that know things that you don’t, you’ll need links that probably only real experts can get you, you’ll need training that costs money, SEO tools that really start to add up with regards to their prices, content at a high volume that is good quality that can usually only be done by spending money, and probably a good social and paid advertising strategy as well, money money and more money is the name of the game at the highest levels here.
Whether intentionally or unintentionally Google has created something of a market that rewards those with money in the game of Search Engine Optimization, but with this being said, the one thing that I like at SEO is that it is cheap to get started and to rise to as high as say the 80th percentile in the field. From here, the SEO can pay for itself via the money you generate from your blog.
This skillset, is one that I really like, in that if say you have a vast knowledge of finance or investments, but you lose all of your money, then the knowledge is only really useful in helping you to get a career in the field, same with tax. With Search Engine Optimization, if I lost all of my money, and I had a part time job making $2,000 per month, if I really had to, in 5-10 years, I could probably pull something where my website makes $3-$5,000 per month after a 5 year or so span of time.
This is lifetime income of $40,000 to $60,000 from an internet marketing website (I know I can do it because I’ve done it before, and because my math shows that this blog with advertisements on it is already making something like $100-$200/m after just 6 months of part time work) which can be either saved and invested, used to scale the blog by reinvesting the proceeds back into the website, or selling the website for a typical multiplier of about 36 months revenue. Say you hit $4,000 per month in website income and you can show a 12 month track record of that stream of income, you could easily sell that website for $100,000 to $125,000 in a relatively quick time frame (say 3 to 6 months.)
You can then use this money to grow and flip another affiliate website, rinse and repeat>>>hence is the power of SEO even at just the onsite SEO and content writing level with no link building added into the mix. Add link building into this and you can easily 10x these figures if you get good enough at it.
What Proper Onpage SEO Looks Like
So, rants about website strategy aside, proper onpage SEO typically looks something like this. Take a look at the green and orange lights in the image below, that is the SEO Yoast table for what my on-site SEO on this very blog post looks like.
So, I know that image is a little blurry and I apologize in advance for that, my computers image settings aren’t as good as I’d like them to be right now. But the gist of the above image is that all of those green lights mean that the ranking SEO factors in the above image are good to go on this blog post. I have a relevant image with an alt tag with my post keyword of “how to do onpage SEO,” I have it optimized for my keyword (mentioned in the former), I have a relevant meta description that has the keyword embedded into it, I am over the SEO minimum post limit of 300 words, as this post is closer to like 1500 words, I have an image with my keyword in the alt tag and I actually have two here, I have an internal link and external links with sources in my bottom disclaimer list, and I have my keyphrase in my title. Add in my titles and meta description being the right lank, and adding in meta tags once my post is published (this is done on a different screen) so that I can help the crawlers in Bing learn what my blog post and my blog is about, and Vooila, write enough blog posts optimized via the above fashion with the SEO Yoast tool and you’ll have a strong case for getting some organic traffic from Google. Rinse, repeat, reinvest profits, add multiple websites in multiple spaces, sell the websites once they start getting revenue, and you have yourself a blog making money!
Final Thoughts on How to Do Onpage SEO for Your Website, How You can Properly Integrate Search Engine Optimization in Your Business
So, this is a very narrow mindset on what SEO is really all about. Definitely feel free to comment on how to do on-site SEO and I can help you to close any of the gaps that you are finding hard to learn. I am not selling any SEO services or anything on here, I don’t consider myself good enough to do that just yet, and in-fact my plan is to just probably put up advertisements and affiliate links as well as to build a readership in order to generate revenue. For now I am focusing purely on generating organic traffic in the cleanest way possible, just on-site SEO and good old fashioned quality content, and so far the results have been pretty fantastic. Hope you enjoyed the post, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
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