During my training sessions, I have learned that many beginners asked me about HTML while teaching On-Page SEO. Until you learn it, every minor subject looks like a complex one. Once you learn the things, it looks very easy. The same happened with the trainees. Most of the time they were afraid of HTML name itself as it looks different from SEO. They used to feel that they have to learn another subject to implementing On-Page SEO.
Trust me HTML is so easy language to learn and if you want to HTML just for doing SEO. Then you can you do it just a couple of days. There is not need to worry. I will guide you through all those tags required for On-Page SEO.
If you really feel uncomfortable in inserting the tags in the web page, you can give instructions to the developer to insert them.
<title> Title comes here </title>
Meta Description Tag:
<meta name=”description” content=”meta description comes here“>
Meta Keywords Tag:
<meta name=”keywords” content=”meta keywords comes here“>
Meta Author Tag:
<meta name=”author” content=”Author name comes here“>
Meta Copyright Tag:
<meta name=”copyright” content=”copyright information comes here“>
Meta Robots Tag:
- <meta name=”robots” content=”Index, Follow“>
- <meta name=”robots” content=”Index, Nofollow“>
- <meta name=”robots” content=”Noindex, Follow“>
- <meta name=”robots” content=”Noindex, Nofollow“>
- <h1> Heading Tag size 1 </h1>
- <h2> Heading Tag size 2 </h2>
- <h3> Heading Tag size 3 </h3>
- <h4> Heading Tag size 4 </h4>
- <h5> Heading Tag size 5 </h5>
- <h6> Heading Tag size 6 </h6>
Image Alt Attributes:
<img src=”http://speaktechnical.com/path-to-image.jpg” alt=”Speak Technical Logo“>
I personally recommend people to learn HTML. If you’re a serious guy who is willing to learn SEO then having a sound command on HTML is a very good practise.