What is the "Search Engine Optimization (SEO)" section for?

In this article, you will learn how you can use the "Search Engine Optimization (SEO)" part from your editor. 

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What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

Search Engine Optimization, commonly referred to as "SEO," is the process of implementing various techniques aimed at enhancing the visibility and ranking of a page or website within search engine results.

In systeme.io there are six (6) essential elements that you can customize directly from each page's editor:

  1. Title
  2. Description
  3. Keywords
  4. Author
  5. Social image
  6. Hide from search engines

How to access the SEO section?

To access the SEO section, follow these steps:

Navigate to the page editor (number 7 in the image).

On the left panel of the editor, click on "Settings" (indicated as number 8 in the image). Scroll down until you see the "Search Engine Optimization (SEO)" section (indicated as number 9 in the image).

1) How to add a title:

The title you enter in this field will be displayed as the page title on your visitor's browser tab. It also serves as the title of the page when shared on social networks (number 10 in the image).

2) Setting up a description: 

The description you provide in this section is the one that appears when you share your page on a social network (number 11 in the image).

Let's illustrate this with an example by sharing the link to the test page on Facebook and observing the result:

3) keywords:

The purpose of setting keywords for natural referencing is to associate your page with specific words used in Internet searches. When an Internet user searches using these keywords, your page will be more likely to appear in their search results.

Note: To add multiple keywords, separate each word with a comma.

4) The author:
The author is the name that appears as the name of the page author. 
5) How to add an image for social networks:
The image intended for social networks is the one that is displayed when your page link is shared.
To insert this image, click on the cloud-shaped icon (number 12 in the image).

6) Show or hide your search engine page:

Website or page indexing involves registration in a search engine's database.

By default, your pages will appear during searches on search engines. However, if you do not want your page to appear in search engine results, check the "Hide from search engines" option (number 13 on the image).

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