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Last edited 11 May 2021
10 tips for optimising on-page SEO
 The need for on-page SEO
Whether you are writing an article to share your knowledge on Designing Buildings Wiki, or your own website or blog, your page’s content needs to be optimised so that Google can determine that it is a relevant result for the user’s search query.
In his ahrefs blog ‘On-Page SEO: Complete Beginnner’s Guide,’ Joshua Hardwick explains what on-page SEO (also known as on-site SEO) is and how you can help Google understand the relevance of your page to a search query.
 10 tips
Here are 10 key tips from the ahrefs blog which you can read in full on their website
- Have a main target keyword in mind
- Be relevant. Align your content with search intent
- Be thorough. Cover all the things searchers expect and want to see
- Be unique. Bring something new to the table
- Be clear. Make it as easy as possible for searchers to find what they are looking for
- Include your keyword in the title
- Use short, descriptive URLs
- Optimise your title tag
- Write a compelling meta description
- Optimise your images
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--Simon Baxter 13:47, 11 May 2021 (BST)
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