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Choose one of our SEO Blog packages that best suits your goals as well as budget.

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We’ll get to work immediately and provide you with a full SEO report once the job has been completed.

Blog SEO Packages

We ensure that the growth of organic visitors multiply your success. Simply focus on blogging while we show you why SEO is the most effective investment in modern marketing.


On-Page Optimization


On-Page Optimization + Link Building


On-Page Optimization + Extensive Link Building

Site Analysis
Competitor Research
XML Sitemap
Cornerstone content
Ryte integration
Post Optimization
Page Optimization
Meta Tagging
Social Previews
Google Analytics
Robots.txt Setup
Minifying CSS/JS
Website Caching
Social Media Pages
SEO Articles
Video Marketing

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importance of seo for your blog

Why is On-Page SEO Important?

Google and other search engines want to give the best user experience (UX) to anyone who visits your blog. Users should find useful information on a blog that is logical, looks good, and easy to navigate. If your website complies with these standards, you are one of the winners of the game!

But it is easier said than done.

Because SEO in 2019 is different than SEO 2018 was. The rules are changing almost daily. Thus, SEO is like making wine: it is an art and a science at the same time, which requires the utmost care to properly implement the details.

There are more than 15 On-Page Factors to Consider

Did you know? Google has announced more than 15 on-page factors that they take into account when ranking your blogs’ or websites’ pages.

User experience (UX). Onsite optimization starts with the user. Not search engines or bots buy your products, but real people! Therefore, one should create websites that are optimized for people who reward this with a high visit duration time or a conversion. If all relevant information can be found quickly and easily on your website, users spend more time on your website. A well thought out web design is the key to success here and can be rewarded with higher rankings.

Loading speed. Research shows that 47% of users expect a web page to load in less than 2 seconds. Just over 50% of online shoppers in the US would not buy from you if your website loads too slowly. And 75% of visitors leave your website completely if it takes longer than 4 seconds to load. It all makes sense. Who likes to wait for something? Nobody. And when sites like Google and Amazon load quickly, visitors to your site expect the same from you. That’s not fair. But that is the reality.

Meta tags. Some people think meta tags are something of 1997. And it’s true that the meta descriptions and title tags on your website are not as critical anymore as in the past few years. But you have to be careful that they are formatted properly anyway.

Mobile (responsive) website design. Since 2015 Google punishes “mobile unfriendly websites”. And they will crack harder this year. This means that your web pages must look good on the phone, otherwise your website will simply disappear from the search results. When the Google Panda update took place, many companies did not take the update seriously. But have paid a high price. Ebay lost 80% of its most important rankings back then, as the website was not adapted for mobile devices.

Outbound links. Websites with outgoing links to relevant pages help Google to explore the topic of the website. Therefore, take the time to research well and insert outgoing links to relevant pages on all your web pages.

Social shares. Sharing content should be easy on your website. Because when visitors share your content on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and other social networks, the search engines are told that they are talking about or interacting with your site. As this becomes an increasingly relevant metric, you can in return achieve higher rankings.

Content that attracts visitors. If you did not know, people now have more power online than ever before. They visit your website or blog – and those of your competitors – before sending you an e-mail or calling your company. And just like bad breath, nobody will tell you if the content on your site is repellent. That’s why it’s important to listen to and learn from your site visitors. So you can give them what they want and do not have to guess what articles, blog entries, videos and other content to create!