Managing Page Settings and SEO Components


Managing Page Settings and SEO Components

 

The video above demonstrates how you can manage the settings and SEO components of each page. 

Managing Page settings

  1. Click Manage Pages
  2. Find the page you would like to edit
  3. Click the cog icon
  4. Fill out the appropriate fields - see below for comprehensive explanation.

 

Identifying Page Setting and SEO fields

Page Settings

  • Page name: Name of the page that appears externally on the navigation bar
  • Link type: How the page links out. There are 4 options:
    • Internal link: Links to a page within your site
    • External link (New Tab): Links to a page outside of your website that opens in a new tab (recommended external link)
    • External link (Same tab): Links to a page outside of your website, directing viewers away from your page
    • Dead link: Page does not link anywhere

 

SEO

  • SEO title: SEO title tag – should be the same as the Page Name and helps search engines crawl and identify your pages
  • Description: This is where you can add a short description about the page that appears in search engine results. This should explain what the content of the page is about.
  • Meta keywords: This is where you can input specific keywords relevant to the content that viewers use to search for this page. This will help search engines direct viewers to your site.

 

Additional fields

  • Set as home page: This sets the page as the home page to the site. This is defaulted to No and should only be toggled to Yes if it is the home page.
  • Hide from search engines: This hides the page from search engines. This is defaulted to No so that search engines can crawl the site and help strengthen SEO.
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