The SEO module allows you to optimize your website for search engines. The module is packed with several options that help you to improve the overall SEO score of your eCommerce website. With the help of this module, metadata can be managed with ease from a single location. You can easily create sitemaps, perform domain analysis, handle error pages and track your website performance.
The first tab is the Summary that displays the total number of links, links with no titles, links missing a description and links missing keywords. In addition, it also displays your selected Domain Stats, Last Modified and the Top-Visited URLs list.
Visit the Manage Links tab to view an index of all your website pages. Follow the simple instructions to optimize each and every page and make it SEO perfect.
Click the Edit button under the Actions column to edit a specific link.
The Edit page is divided into two parts:
Two additional buttons Recrawl and Page Speed are also given in the Footer. They work as follows:
All the links that are added manually via Developer->Links or generated dynamically can only be added to the SEO module via Crawler function.
Visit the Crawler tab and click the Start button to crawl all the links.
Note: Only new links will be added, the existing one will not be modified.
With the help of this section, you can see a list of all the error links (e.g. 400, 401, 403, 404, etc.). This helps you to fix the problematic links, as well as redirect them to the desired page.
Visit the Manage Error Links tab to view all the non-existing links.
You can search and delete them.
The counts column describes the number of times a specific link is accessed.
This section displays the referrer of the error link. Referrer means the source of the error link.
Visit the Error Link Referrers to view the referrers of your error links.
With the help of this section, you can get a quick overview of top SEO metrics for any domain.
The Robots.txt is a file that you create to instruct search engine robots on how to crawl pages on your website. It also tells web robots which pages not to crawl.
Visit the Robots.txt tab to modify the content of this file.
The sitemap is a list of pages on your website. The sitemap makes it easier for search engines to understand and index your website content.
Click the Generate Sitemap tab to generate a new sitemap.
Here you can manage the settings of your SEO module. The options detail is as follows:
If any of the pages has no meta-information added, these will be shown to the user and search engines.
Note: To use Google Analytics, you must have an Analytics account.
Fill these settings to enable User Tracking on your Dashboard.
Allow Analytics: Check this box to enable Google Analytics visitors tracking.
Client ID, Service Account, Key File and Application Name:
Profile ID: Login with your Google Analytics Account and get last eight digits from the URL:https://www.google.com/analytics/web/?hl=en#report/visitors-overview/a###############p********/
No. of Days from Now: By default, you will see the last seven days of history. Change this value to higher or lower as per your requirements.