Those are where the majority of your on-site SEO weight comes from.
I hope it makes sense.
Mostly on the body article and 1 keyword on the title (the most relevant with my blog's theme) I use glype theme in the title and glype template in the article..
Since I am using pretty permalink hence the url is the same with the title
hhmmm... gonna start to use H1 more often then...
Its surprising that many sites are not optimised at all. For example h1 missing, no ALT tags for images, poor image file names. I'm currently working on a site where none of the 'competion' sites on the first pages of google are on-site optimised at all. Some however, have good content and backlinks.
Is it correct that keywords at the bottom right corner are helpful?
But back to keywords... search engines love them and search engines also hate them. Search engines consider piles of keywords to be "keyword stuffing" and they (automatically or manually) apply penalties for that. But, we SEO's know that keyword stuffing can also get us long-tail rankings -- so we're always looking for ways to keyword stuff that the search engines won't see as spam.
Tag clouds? Just a pile of keywords, but somehow seen as "acceptable" spam. :)
Heck, I put Amazon book descriptions on some of my pages just for their keyword stuffing value.
I am careful to avoid too many keywords in titles. I try to keep them vague enough to get the users to click to find out what's on the page.
After optimizing some on-page SEO I noticed IMMEDIATE improvements. Thanks for this post!
What is your opinion on adding videos to content sites? I saw that here: http://www.tech-faq.com/voip.shtml and thought it would be a cool addition, although I don't see any SEO benefits from it (except from natural linking building factor, because the page is so informative).