On-page optimization, Live Update & SEO myths to put to rest.

On-page optimization, Live Update & SEO myths to put to rest.

On-page optimization in 2019 is about optimizing for your visitors as much as for search engines. See how in our latest Learning Center guide.

Have you discovered Live Update in Statcounter? No need to keep refreshing your browser to see your latest visitor activity. Our latest Using Statcounter guide shows you how.

Photographers, are you up to date with the latest best practices for ranking in Google or are you still following SEO myths that could be damaging your rankings? Find out in our latest Exposure guide for photographers


Learning Center

On-page optimization tips for boosting your rankings and delighting your visitors in 2019.

On Page Optimization

Learn how to optimize your individual website pages and why optimizing for search engines is optimizing for visitors.

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Using Statcounter

Watch a live update of your visitors.

Give the refresh button a break and watch your visitor activity update automatically.

Live Update

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Exposure

SEO Myths

In our October Exposure guide, professional photographer and digital marketing expert Jen Kiaba shows us the SEO myths to put to rest in 2019 and the most up to date best practices for ranking in Google.

View Guide


Further Reading

What we’ve been reading this month from around the web.

Three Ways to Improve Your Keyword Research
Improve your keyword research by targeting low-volume keywords, mapping search intent and diversifying your keyword sources.

Organic search responsible for 53% of all site traffic, paid 15%
In June of 2019, for the first time, a majority of all browser-based searches on Google.com resulted in zero-clicks.

How to Get on the Instagram Explore Page
Generate more likes and engagement, while increasing your opportunity to sell new products, acquire new customers and connect with a wider audience.

The Photographer’s Complete Guide to Facebook Marketing
Learn how to achieve ROI from Facebook ads and combat the decline of organic reach.


As always, thanks for reading. 🙏 Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.


43 Comments

  1. To add a bit, I think the ultimate goal with on-page SEO, is to speak the ‘search engines language’ and help crawlers understand the meaning and context of your pages. Great post though.

    1. Yes indeed! Creating a page around a topic rather than around a single keyword, and using multiple long-tail keywords is a good way to help Google understand how relevant a page is to a searchers query.

      Optimizing for search intent is also critical. e.g. “How to care for a Bonsai tree”, “Where to buy a Bonsai tree” and “Types of Bonsai tree” will all return different types of organic results and SERP features (featured snippets etc) in Google.

  2. Well researched guide. Thanks for sharing this with us. Seo has been difficult since google started changing things and bringing new things like the new meta tag for the snippet, new rel, etc.

  3. Yes it would be good for On-page and to optimize our website after Google update. We should must follow these tips to rank high.

  4. Realtime update of Visitor activity is really useful for me. Obviously it would increase SEO rankings by simply updating existing content as per views needs. Thank you.

  5. This is some really good info. But the problem that I face is with the Off-page SEO. I think onpage is still better better but I find Off-page really tricky. Plz provide a guide on this as well.

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