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SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Settings

This article will explain how to set up SEO for each product in your online store.

Written by Cheah
Updated over a week ago

In the SEO Settings (Search Engine Optimization) article, you have set up SEO for your homepage and online store page. In addition to managing the homepage and page SEO, you can set the SEO for each product you have. For example as the following picture.

To manage product SEO, please activate the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) feature in the Optimization panel on the online store page, which will automatically activate the SEO of all your products.

The SEO of your products is set automatically, where the title will take the product name, and the description will take the product description information. You can also change the particulars of the individual products so that SEO search is more maximal.

You can make SEO settings for each product in the Catalog> Product menu. Select the product that you want to set the SEO for.

Then scroll down to the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) panel. Click the Edit button to change.

You can set the product title and description that will be displayed in search engines in the section that we have marked below. Please change the title in the Page Title column, and the description in the Meta Description column as you wish.

The URL and handle columns are the address of your product. The address here must be unique and will be filled automatically according to your product name or filling handle when Importing Product Lists. It is recommended not to change this URL to avoid the same URL for 2 different products.

When finished, you can click the Save button in the upper right corner. Here is how SEO Floral Summer Dress products appear on the search page.

Thus you have made SEO settings for the product. Note, SEO does not guarantee that product searches in your online store will immediately appear on the first page in the search engine. This is because search engines also consider other things such as the pages most frequently searched by users, website traffic, the suitability of the title with the page content, and others.

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