On-page vs Off-page SEO: What Is The Difference?

On-page and off-page SEO, whats the difference?

What is On-page search engine optimization (SEO)

1. Title tags

2. Meta descriptions

3. Keywords and phrases

4. Search engine friendly (SEF) URL

5. Heading tags (H1, H2, H3)

6. Internal linking and anchor text

7. Robots.txt

8. XML sitemap

9. Website performance

Off-page Search Engine Optimization

1. Manual link-building

2. Self-created links

3. Social sharing

  • Increased inbound links and brand mentions from online visibility
  • Improved brand awareness from increased brand exposure to a bigger audience
  • Social Media helps you build an audience for your website

4. Guest posting

  • Sets your brand as an authority on your subject
  • Expands your exposure and reach new audiences
  • Guest blogging drives serious referral traffic
  • Builds relationships with valuable influencers and other notable figures in your industry.

5. Brand mentions

On-page SEO vs. Off-page SEO: Which is More Important?

1. An aged domain with an active link profile

2. A brand new domain

3. A website with few backlinks, no distribution strategy with valuable content

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