In Tiny Rocket Lab, the Onpage SEO Tool gives you a great overview of the state of your onpage optimization. We show you which keywords needs improvements, and where to do it.
Getting started with the Onpage SEO Tool
When you’re on a keyword list, you should see colored dots next to each keyword. The color indicates the state. Green means great, and red shows place for improvement.
When you want to work with a keyword, just click the colored dot, and you’ll see details for that particular keyword and URL.
We give you data and suggestions for:
- Titletag - Keyword usage and length
- Meta description - Keyword usage and length
- Onpage text
The titletag is the most important onpage SEO factor. You should keep the titletag below 512 pixels wide (or about 55-65 characters). Try to include the keyword or phrase you want the page to rank for.
The titletag is used in Google SERP’s as the blue clickable link. It’s the most eye-catching part of the link, so try to include some kind of call to action - Like “Try our sublime rank tracker”, “Buy my books here” or similar.
Even though the meta description isn’t used directly for ranking, it is still important for your CTR (click through rate), and therefore an important usability metric.
Make the meta description appealing to the viewer, and remember to include keywords and search phrases, as these are highlighted, and may attract the searcher.
Hopefully, you are aware, that onpage text is one of the most important items to work with? The text gives you possibility of ranking for a lot of keywords and phrases, so spend some time working with the copy.
Make sure you include keywords, synonyms and related issues on the page. We check for keyword usage, but dont give any excact recommendations - However, we try to warn you, if you use the keyword to much. This can be seen as overoptimization, something Google doesn’t seem to like.