As we know SEO acts as an important tool to boost your website leads traffics and increase its visibility. Here is a recent study of ON PAGE SEO with more than 2 millions of results of keyword research by Google. From the study you can find out how Google change their algorithm, title, h1, meta description, or content is no more appropriate/relevant for Google. To understand in more details on how the search engines work, read the following On-Page SEO 2016 infographic summarized by us on AHREFS findings and we think it will be quite useful to anyone of you.
The infographic explores the general on page SEO factors such as using HTTPS, URL length, the length of content, broken links and social shares. For instance, data clearly showed a higher percentage of secure pages in position 1-3 is visibly higher than position 4-10. As for the page load time, the correlation with ranking is small as opposed to the correlation with length of content. Writing more words for the sake of making any post longer is a terrible idea, though.
Furthermore, the infographic provides additional useful information regarding the power of relevance and exact match keyword optimisation. When it comes to the keyword in the title probably benefits the ranking of your website. According to the research, about 70% of the 2 million results do not have H1 so keywords in the headline (H1) are not very important for SEO.
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