On-page SEO

It’s time to develop your SEO project. Technical optimization is performed by developers and affects the growth of the site in search positions.
On-page SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
On-page SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

About services

Estimation of the scope of work

We do not have fixed prices. Each project has its own peculiarities, functionality, client’s wishes, and deadlines. Depending on your requirements and structure, the price is different.

Cost minimization

It is necessary to study the project before starting work. We will ask you to provide TS or project layouts. Understanding logic allows us to avoid most mistakes.

Full reporting

We create a Google spreadsheet where we record each task and the amount of time it takes to complete it. Each task is tracked by the developer and then reported to the client.

Our Process


Ftp and admin of WordPress accesses


The initial stage. We get access, study the TOR, and review the project. We ask the client about the problems and bugs they have encountered.

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Fulfillment of the technical task


Implementation of tasks defined with the customer

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Customer and SEO specialist review


This control is very important because professional programs can see a bug in a few minutes that a tester or developer has been trying to find for hours. After checking, tasks are considered closed and accepted. Payment and discussion of future tasks

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Stages of on-page SEO optimization

General requirements

Minimal on-page SEO optimization

  • File robots.txt
  • Defining canonical URLs
  • Setting up standard redirects
  • Formation of URLs of pages (LZU)
  • Formation of meta tags and SEO texts
  • Rules for forming meta tags and tags
  • Templates for generating Title, Description, H1
  • Optimization of pagination pages


Reduced time to download code and files

  • Image optimization
  • Use server caching
  • Use minification of HTML, CSS and JS files
  • Use deferred loading
  • Minimize the number of internal redirects
  • Minimize the amount of external resources
  • Use G-Zip to compress static files


Adding structured data for search bots

  • Structured data of companies
  • Structured data of bread crumbs
  • Structured data FAQ
  • Structured data of social media profiles
  • Structured data of reviews
  • Structured data of blog articles
  • Structured data of offers

Indexing and maps

Preparing for an indexing request

  • Limiting the indexing of pages that are not useful for search
  • Formation of an XML sitemap
  • Creating an HTML sitemap
  • Formation of correct http headers
  • Correct server response code
  • 404 error page
  • Error page 5xx


By optimizing your work and using software tools, we were able to achieve excellent results for our clients while reducing costs.

Why is SEO so important?

SEO ensures fairness in search results and is crucial for increasing a business’s online visibility.
By driving more traffic to your website, you have a higher chance of converting visitors into customers. Not only that, but SEO is an invaluable tool for building brand awareness.
It helps you build relationships with potential customers and positions you as a trusted and authoritative brand in your industry.

What does an SEO audit usually cover?

SEO audits are usually extremely detailed. From on-page and technical search engine optimization to duplicate content and your backlink profile, an X-ray analysis of your website is performed. Check out the full list of checked elements above in the “On-page SEO optimization steps” section.

How long does it take to fulfill the SOW?

A professional SEO audit on a medium to large project can take from 1 to 6 weeks to complete. Search engine optimization specialists in the audit reflect problems, the number of which depends on the state of your project. If 90% of your project meets SEO requirements, it may take 2-3 days to finalize the rest.

The site is very slow. What can be done?

This is a very critical issue. You lose your visitors if your site loads slowly. The audit usually indicates whether the problem is in the server response (you need to change the hosting or server) or in the way the site is built. In the first case, we migrate to a stronger tariff or to another company. In the second case, we recommend which libraries to get rid of, how to customize the loading logic to improve speed.