A good way to improve your website's visibility across the internet is through SEO optimization!

Optimizing pages for SEO will improve your overall site rankings in search results which could bring more organic traffic and visitors to your site! 🤩

Although SEO can be complex for non-technical creators, optimizing core information that directly impacts how search engines find your website is not hard!

SEO Basics

The first step in search engine optimization is to determine what it is you’re optimizing for.

You should identify and decide which keyword you want to focus on and adjust the pages of your Podia site accordingly. If you want a more detailed guide on SEO, click here.

After you decide which keyword to target, you can follow some basic SEO guidelines:

  • Optimize your Body Content: keywords should appear in prominent positions, such as your text, headings, and page/product titles
  • Avoid keyword stuffing (repeating the same keyword several times without context)
  • Include the keyword on your page URL
  • Optimize Title Tags & Meta Descriptions

Note: We won’t be able to provide you a sitemap.xml or support editing/adding alt image tags at the moment.

Configuring Title Tags & Meta Descriptions On Podia

Title Tags & Meta Descriptions are usually shown each time a page appears in search engine results. It helps search engines understand the content of a page.

Here’s how to edit Title Tags & Meta Descriptions on different Podia pages:

Homepage

Go to the Site editor and search for Site Settings in the page dropdown menu:

Fill up the information with your Title, Meta description and Meta image.

Other pages

For other pages, access the page dropdown menu and click on the gear icon to the right of each page. You'll see a field to add any and all meta descriptions:

And this is it! Your Podia site and pages are now SEO-optimized and this will help you rank higher on search engines!

If you have questions or need help, email us at [email protected] or click on the icon at the bottom right to chat. 😄

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