Configuring SEO Settings for your Outgrow content

With the surge in digital marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become crucial, whether it is organic or inorganic marketing for your website. Now, you can include SEO information for your Outgrow content under the SEO section. You can refer to this document to learn about the various pieces of information that you can add to your content to enhance your SEO rankings.


What all SEO settings can be configured for your Outgrow content

A. SEO Title: Search engines rely on the Title Tag to display a brief preview of your page in the search engine results page (SERP). The title tag is crucial for both SEO purposes and social media sharing. It's recommended to keep the title tag length under 55 characters and optimize it by including the keyword that you want your content to rank for.

B. Meta Description: A meta description is a brief summary of a webpage's content that appears in search engines. Adding meta descriptions to your content increases the likelihood of it being discovered. It is important to include relevant keywords in the meta description so that when a user searches for anything related to the content, your page shows up in the organic search results. The meta description should be both keyword-rich and catchy to entice the user to click on the link.

C. Featured Image: The default image for your content's face can be changed here. It matches the content's welcome screen by default.

D. Explanation for SEO: You can enhance your content's SEO by adding text to the footer and embeds.

E. Allow search engines to Index & Follow: To improve your content's search engine optimization (SEO) and include relevant keywords or context, you can choose between two configurations based on your promotion strategy. However, if you prefer to keep your content pieces unindexed by search engines, it's best to keep them disabled or off.

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