Detailed infographic on ultimate page SEO factors

Online social media sites and millions of other websites need some sort of on-page SEO factors. You cannot go and get any old link-backs to your website or within your social media comments as this will look bad, what you need is high-quality link-backs. The infographic by Shane Barker below looks into great detail when it comes to optimizing a website in such a way that it starts ranking on search engines and converts.

Not everybody believes in link backs for ranking purposes, Google always fights with spam from the beginning of the 21st century and penalize websites who do not follow the proper guidelines. The infographic below looks into design and content guidelines, as well as technical guidelines. It also goes into detail on quality guidelines and its basic principles.

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Shane Barker is a digital marketing consultant, named the #1 social media consultant in the nation by PROskore Power Rankings. He has expertise in business development, online marketing and is an SEO specialist who has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and a number of A-list celebrities.

We would like to thank Shane for his infographic below titled, “Detailed Guide: The Ultimate On-Page SEO Factors.”

The infographic is in-depth and looks into the best practises in on-page SEO, such as using http headers properly, adding social media icons, band so much more.

If you agree or disagree with anything in this infographic please do share in the comments below.

Detailed Guide: The Ultimate On-Page SEO Factors
Image courtesy: Shane Barker

Detailed infographic on ultimate page SEO factors

  • Nate Somsen

    Thanks for sharing this detailed inforgraphic. One of the Off-Page Spams that was mentioned that I never consider was the mirror websites, it does however make sense. I’ll have to keep that in mind as I review backlinks. I heavily agree with the Quality Guidelines mentioned above. I feel they are all important when trying to improve both traffic and rankings. One of the points I was a little confused on was the mention of Rich Snippets Markup Abuse. How does that work?