SEO Tags For Individual Website Pages
- The main goal of the section is to allow artists to independently fill in the SEO tags on their sites.
- These settings are available in the site builder for each individual page.
- The artist can create tag content for each separate page.
- By default, the artist's site has tags content that are generated automatically when the site is created.
- The article below presents the tag content that an artist can create.
- The article specifies the default tag content and the requirements for their placement.
Title (Displayed in <title>, recommended under 60 characters)
Description (Displayed in meta name="description", recommended between 50–160 characters)
Keywords (Displayed in meta name="keywords", recommended under 10 keywords)
Canonical page link (Displayed in rel=canonical, more info)
INDEXING - Prevent search engines from indexing this page.
LINKS - Prevent the search engine from following the links on this page.
Recommendations by Google for Title & Description:
What is it for?
The Title tag can be used by a search engine to form a title in a snippet on a search engine results page.
The Description tag can be used by a search engine to form a description in a snippet on a search engine results page.
The Keywords tag is used by some search engines to better understand what is on the page. This tag contains keywords that describe the content of a particular page as accurately as possible. Sometimes this can improve your results in search results.
If your page uses non-unique duplicate content, then using the Canonical tag you can provide a link to the page from which you took the content. For the search engine, unique content is very important, and duplication of content can lead to pessimization in the search results. With this tag, you make it clear to the search engine that the content is not unique and the search engine will not impose restrictions.
If you do not want the search engine to crawl your page, then you must enable the Do Not index checkbox. In this case, the search engine will not see your page. For example, you can use this if you have a lot of non-unique content on the page and you don't want the search engine to see it.
In order for the search engine to not follow the links on your page, you need to toggle the No follow links checkbox. This can be used when your page has a lot of links to other sites and you don't want the search crawler to follow them.