3.7 Make your page a gem
You’re not fully done with onpage optimization, until you shape your page up a bit more. First, make your Onpage Optimization Report once again. Baby-simple: just go back to the Keywords tab of WebSite Auditor and click Rebuild.
Rebuild button in WebSite Auditor
Wait a couple of seconds before your smart tool does the job, and switch to the report. Now, look at it one more time. If you followed the recommendations before, I guess now your report is more green and yellow and less red.
If you have red spots, something’s wrong on your page. Yellow cells mean, you’re quite close to the ideal. So go over the Onpage Optimization Report again and make some corrections (WebSite Auditor tells you what you have to do).
And, after you made the recommended changes, again, upload the page to the site and check it with WebSite Auditor. You have to go on with your checks and corrections until your report’s almost all green.
DO IT NOW! Check your web page with WebSite Auditor and make corrections, where the software shows they’re needed. After that, publish the page to the web and check it again. Do this several times, until the software says your page’s fine.
3.8 Magnetic, sure-fire, pushing and simply great: 4 more pages to be done
You’ve got your first landing page? Good job!
What you have to do now is, make 4 more pages. Remember: these are not next four pages. These should be 4 more fantastic&natural pages. That a page is the 3rd, and not the first one you made, doesn’t mean it can be worse in quality. Each page must be as great as the first one, just targeting different keywords. The software will help you find an ideal page structure, and my comments will guide you all way through.
DO IT NOW! Run all this chapter’s recommendations from the very start to create 4 more landing pages.
This is all you have to do for the onpage optimization part.
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