Within Limio, you're able to configure certain aspects related to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) to improve how your pages appear in search results, indexation options, canonical tags and more.
If you're not an expert on SEO, let's start with some definitions:
- Meta Title: Meta titles (also known as title tags) appear as the titles on browser tabs/windows well as on the clickable page title on Google
- Meta Description: Meta descriptions are the block of text that appear below the URL of a website on Google Search Results Pages (SERP).
Those are important for branding and improving click-through rates and can be configured directly in your Limio app.
At the shop level:
In the upper right corner, click on the profile icon and then Developers. Go to General Settings > Shop > Shop Title.
Here you can enter some text which will be used as the meta title for any pages/campaigns that do not have a meta title configured.
You cannot set a global meta description. Google and other search engines will automatically index the most relevant content if one isn't available on your campaign or page.
At the campaign/page level:
Go to the campaign or page you want to configure.
Click on 'Attributes' and look for these two fields: Meta title and Meta Description.
If you don't specify a Meta Title, we will use the Shop Title which is set at the shop level. If you don't specify a Meta Description, search engines like Google will usually identify the most relevant content, for example the content in a hero banner.
You can also specify whether or not you want the campaign or page to be indexed by search engine crawlers by toggling the Disable Index option on or off.
Turning this setting on will add a meta tag to tell page crawlers e.g. Google, to not index this campaign or page.