On-Page SEO vs Off-Page SEO: Which is more important?

On-Page SEO vs Off-Page SEO: Which is more important? Avatar Posted by mavtrevor under Resources
From http://netmediablog.com 819 days ago
Made Hot by: Sian Phillips on December 28, 2012 7:39 pm
So many times many people have asked me this question, which of On-Page SEO and Off-Page SEO is more important? As much as I have tried to answer that question there don't seem to be a satisfactory answer to it, so I decided to research about the subject and you will be marveled at what I have learnt.

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Written by prbshmkhti
809 days ago

After Google EMD, Penguin and Panda updates, Off Page 70% and On page ie 30%.



Written by GaryShouldis
818 days ago

You answered it exactly in your post, they are both important and it's not really SEO if you leave one of them out. I think for the non-seo, the link building aspects is the hard part. Where and how to get links is often lost on the average business owner. Add in the fact that the link building rules are always changing and you can see why people are so confused.



Written by mavtrevor
818 days ago

Thanks for your comment, yes link building seems to be the hardest part of Off-Page SEO.



Written by bigmoneyweb
820 days ago

SEO has traditionally divided into two main areas; on-page optimisation which covers what can be done on the pages of the website itself, and off-page optimisation which covers activity that takes place elsewhere (e.g. link-building). The most effective strategy in 2012 however, requires an integrated approach, with on-page content promoted off-page within the main social media channels.thanks for sharing.



Written by mavtrevor
819 days ago

You will need both On-Page SEO and Off-Page SEO to successfully succeed as a webmaster. Both are very important. Thanks for your contribution.



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