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Article number: 301038
Last updated: 21 May 2014

Check page promotion

Page promotion or search engine optimisation (SEO) is the art of maximising the visibility of web pages in the most widely-used search engines.

Sitekit automatically creates highly-visible pages but this can be enhanced by careful use of keywords in elements of your pages.

To see a summary of the elements of your pages that are related to search engine optimisation:

  1. In the Reports tab, click SEO.
    A table is displayed showing the elements of each page that can be optimised for the search engines.
  2. To edit the Navigation Label, Page Title, Page Name, Keywords, or Description, click the appropriate page in the Navigation Label column.
    This opens the Editor window with the Properties tab pre-selected.
  3. Change Frequency gives you a dop-down list, from which you select the most appropriate option describing the likely frequency with which the page changes - hourly, monthly, never, and so on. The value "always" should be used to describe documents that change each time they are accessed. The value "never" should be used to describe archived URLs.
  4. Priority allows you to assign a priority ratuing for this page, relative to other pages on your site. Valid options range from 0.0 to 1.0, with 1.0 being the highest priority and 0.5 being the average priortiy.Don't be tempted to assign everything a 1.0 rating! This will not affect how your pages are compared with other sites - the rating is purely internal to your own site.
  5. Edit the appropriate element(s) and click Save or Publish, then Close the Editor window.
  6. Right click the Promotion View table and select Refresh. The table reloads showing the changes you have made.
  7. To see a list of pages on other websites that link to this page, which have been indexed by Google™, click View in the Google™ Listed Inbound Links column.

 

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