I want to be #1 on Google – Tips for Financial Services Companies. (or any corporation)

On-Page Search Engine Optimization & Ongoing Search Engine Optimization – The Differences and the Benefits

All SEO strategies are focused on ranking websites as high as possible in the search engines. It is important that the design and development of any website be done in such a way that the search engine algorithms love it.

Search engine algorithms can be divided into two categories.

On-Page SEO 

Ongoing SEO

With on-page SEO, we are talking about the things you can do on any website page that can boost your ranking with search engines. When you hear the term ongoing SEO, however, this is referring to the fact that SEO is something that requires maintenance and updating. Technology changes, search engines change, and so do internet users. Your website and the way you apply SEO should change too so that you don’t get left behind.


On-Page Ranking Factors

The way the web page is optimized will have a big impact on its ability to rank. On-page ranking factors have a huge impact on the page’s ability to rank when they are optimized properly.


Page Content

The content of the web page is extremely important for search engines. If you look at content from an SEO perspective, it needs to have two essential attributes.

  • Satisfy a Demand – The best content does the job of giving the user something they are seeking. Note that this can be achieved via text, imagery, video, or audio. Good content must satisfy a demand, whatever that demand may be.
  • Linkable – SEO doesn’t differentiate between good and bad content if it is not linkable. If the content can’t be linked, search engines will not rank it. The content will not draw traffic to the website.


Title Tags 


After content, the second most important on-page ranking factor is title tags. It is always advisable to start the title tag with the keyword. When the keyword is close to the beginning of the title tag, it will rank better in the search engines.



The category hierarchy of the website should be reflected in its URL. The URL should clearly show the hierarchy of the information on the page. The information is then used to determine the relevance of the web page by search engines.

The structure of the URL is important because it enables search engines to understand it, making search engine results more accurate and making it more likely that a search engine will deem the page relevant.

Ongoing SEO


One of the important things that you should understand is that SEO is not a one-off thing that you check off a list and never worry about again.

If you want to maximize the potential of your online presence and use it as a tool to promote your financial services, you should use ongoing SEO services.

Search engines update and refine algorithms, bring out innovative products, and improve the integrity of search. Major changes have been made by search engines in handling mobile search, local search, and redirection. Not staying up to date with the way people will find you can result in your website plummeting in the rankings, which means a potential loss of business and brand awareness.


Here are some factors that illustrate the benefits of long-term, ongoing SEO, as opposed to SEO for a day.


  • Changes in Search Patterns – Search patterns are changing and people are using different terms to find products and services using search engines. Monitoring the keywords that people use to find products and services will help in ascertaining the changes in the search patterns.


  • Keyword ranking tools, competitor research, Google Analytics, and social media trends help monitor the popular keywords that are used.


  • Knowledge about what is happening in terms of new keyword opportunities and search habits will ensure that your website stays ahead of the competition.


Changes in User Expectations


  • Old websites are less likely to deliver experiences that satisfy modern users. Web users prefer informative content, clean and friendly website design, precise navigation, and intuitive interactive features.


  • SEO professionals will be able to provide feedback on user experience and user interface. These on-page metrics are particularly important for search algorithms.


A Lack of Good Quality, New Content


  • When a user is looking for financial services, search engines will give preference to expert financial websites that focus on original and new content. The content should be genuinely useful and it needs to include relevant keywords without looking like it has been stuffed with these keywords just to attract the attention of search engines.


  • Balancing maintaining a natural approach, pleasing clients and customers, and being friendly to search engines are key to the success of your financial website. Your overall SEO strategy should constantly move your website toward achieving these three things as well as possible. Ongoing SEO makes this easy as website optimization becomes a long-term priority.


Lack of Focus on Link Building


  • Link building is an extremely important component of SEO. Financial websites with the best links from reputed sites will rank higher on the search engines. A quality link building profile should be created and maintained.

If you want your financial website to attract more visitors, you should be working consistently on the SEO. This means applying both on-page SEO, but not forgetting the importance of maintaining a broader view and performing ongoing SEO. If your SEO practices are effective and consistent, this will greatly improve the chances of your financial website climbing to the front page of search engines and staying there.

Creating content, improving and optimizing your website, creating backlinks, and monitoring how your financial website is performing is essential to keep your business ahead of your competitors.

You decide how far ahead of your competitors you would like to be. We will help get you there. For more information, contact our friendly team today.


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