Search Engine Optimization


This section is extremely important for your site to gain search engine traffic. We strongly recommend that you complete this section to the best of your ability. Remember you can always change the information at any time.
Disallow Search Engine Indexing: Check this box if you do NOT want the Search Engines to index this page. Change Frequency: How frequently the page is likely to change. This value provides general information to search engines and may not correlate exactly to how often they crawl the page. Valid values are:
a. always
b. hourly

c. daily
d. weekly
e. monthly
f. yearly
g. never
Majority of your values will be:  weekly, monthly or yearly.  The value "always" should be used to describe documents that change each time they are accessed. The value "never" should be used to describe archived URLs.
Please note that the value of this tag is considered a hint and not a command. Even though search engine crawlers may consider this information when making decisions, they may crawl pages marked "hourly" less frequently than that, and they may crawl pages marked "yearly" more frequently than that. Crawlers may periodically crawl pages marked "never" so that they can handle unexpected changes to those pages.


This is an optional item. The priority of this URL relative to other URLs on your site. Valid values range from 0.0 to 1.0. This value does not affect how your pages are compared to pages on other sites—it only lets the search engines know which pages you deem most important for the crawlers.
The default priority of a page is 0.5.
Please note that the priority you assign to a page is not likely to influence the position of your URLs in a search engine's result pages. Search engines may use this information when selecting between URLs on the same site, so you can use this tag to increase the likelihood that your most important pages are present in a search index.

Also, please note that assigning a high priority to all of the URLs on your site is not likely to help you. Since the priority is relative, it is only used to select between URLs on your site.



Search Engine Keywords

Enter keywords and/or phrases the viewers would enter into the Search Engine’s search field to locate the site. Use a comma between each keyword and/or phrase. Search engines will use this information to index the site. iEditWeb™ will automatically program this information into ‘meta tag’ format (search engine friendly). Keep the keywords and/or phrases to around 30. (See Search Engine Section)

Search Engine Description

Enter 1-3 sentences (short paragraph, 300 characters max) that describes what is written on this particular web page within the site. Utilize keywords and/or phrases viewers will use at the Search Engines to locate the site.  (see Search Engine Section)
6.  Click OK button when finished. The new page will be created as well as the button menu link. If the added the page in the ‘hidden’ area, the page will NOT have a button menu link.