How do I add keywords to my website's pages?
To add keywords to your website's pages, select the SEO tile.
For more information on why SEO is important, click here.
Enter your page's keywords in the keywords field. Each keyword needs to be separated by a comma.
Keywords tell search engines what your the pages on your website are all about. Search Engines, like Google, Bing, and Yahoo use these to index your website pages based on relevance to searches. We recommend adding no more than 7.
Be sure to use keywords that only relevant to each page.
Having a unique page description, may improve your overall search-ability.
You can also toggle (on and off) if an website or individual page is indexed on search engines.
How do I update my website's keywords?
Video Walkthrough: To update your keywords, select the Manage Your Site tile. Select "Menu". Select “Website Settings” to access your site’s settings. Select SEO. Add meta keywords relevant to your site. Keywords should be separated by commas.
What are the page settings on my website?
Video Walkthrough: To add a new page to your website, select the Manage Your Site tile. Select "Menu". Select "Manage Pages". Settings Select the “Settings” icon to change the page name, update link settings, and add an SEO title, page description, ...
How do I update a page description on my website?
Video Walkthrough: To update a page description, select the Manage Your Site tile. Select Menu. Select Manage Pages. Hover over the page you want to edit and select the gear icon. Update the Page Description field. Note: Page descriptions provide ...
How do I update a page's meta keywords on my website?
Video Walkthrough: To update your meta keywords, select the Manage Your Site tile. Select Menu. Select Manage Pages. Hover over the page you want to edit and select the gear icon. Update the Meta Keywords field. Note: Meta keywords tell search ...
What does SEO mean?
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. You engage in SEO when you attempt to get a page to rank higher in a search engine’s SERPs (search engine results pages), with the ultimate goal being to increase organic (unpaid) traffic to that page.