To establish Website ranking, and determine how your Website appears in search results, search engines look for meta tags, a robots.txt file, and a Websitemap file. For more information, see Key Website Elements of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).Search Engine Visibility® helps you optimize this information to increase traffic and make your Website easier to find. Once you have created your tags using Search Engine Visibility, you need to add the code to your Website for search engines to locate.
Typically, you manually add meta content to your Website by editing and uploading files. If you use Website Builder, however, you can send the information you create in Search Engine Visibility directly to your website.
To send Search Engine Visibility V1 information to Website Builder, both products must be in the same customer account.
CAUTION: You might have multiple Search Engine Visibility accounts for a single Website Builder domain. If you do, use the same Search Engine Visibility account when sending information to Website Builder. Otherwise, you might unknowingly overwrite meta tags, robots.txt, or your Websitemap with incorrect information.
You can add custom meta content to your Quick Shopping Cart® storefront's home page. Meta tags play an important role in search engine optimization. Although some of the major search engines are focusing less on these page elements than they used to, well-composed meta content is an integral part of any well-optimized Web page.
Paste your code between the head tags in your website's code.
.htmlfile of the Web page you want to add the Search Engine Visibility Tags to.
headportion of the file, insert the Search Engine Visibility Tags.
Visit your website to verify the meta content uploaded correctly. Navigate to the page you updated, right-click on the page, and then select View Page Source in Firefox®, or View Page in Internet Explorer®. If placed properly, the meta content displays in the
portion of the code.