Optimize your website SEO to rank higher on search engines. Decide which parts of your website are indexed, which robots are allowed to index, add meta tags, optimize SEO for social media, WooCommerce, download data from Yoast to 10Web SEO, and much more.
SEO by 10Web
You have designed your website, filled your pages with content, and have taken it live. Now in order for Search Engine Optimization to start working, search engines first need to discover your website. This process starts with Crawling. Robots are sent to search the internet for new and relevant content/code, which they then Index, and then Rank according to how relevant your content is to the search query. The robots crawl and discover your website using links. Once in your site, they index the information of each page to assure that search queries are answered in the most precise way possible. Whether they are allowed to crawl and index or not index your site, will affect your SEO and your website ranking. SEO by 10Web is a service offered to websites hosted at 10Web and connected to the 10Web dashboard. Enable the SEO service to get started.
SEO by 10Web Overview
Once you enable the SEO service in your 10Web dashboard, the SEO by 10Web plugin will be added to your WordPress admin dashboard. In the dropdown menu of your WP dashboard under SEO by 10Web, Overview is the first section. On this page you can run and manage SEO analysis of your site using Google. Click on the provided links for Problems and Recommendations to start fixing and optimizing your SEO.
In the Search Analytics section, you will find collected data about your website from desktop, mobile, and tablet users. Find the keywords that helped you appear in searches, the number of impressions, the CTR, and the positions. You can filter this information by website name, country, and date, using the drop down menus at the top of the page.
Add and manage your redirects. In this section you are presented with a list of your redirects, their types, the number of times they have redirected, and the date the redirect was created. To add a redirect, simply click on Add New, choose the redirect type, then type in the URL of the page that needs to be redirected and the URL of the page that it is being redirected to. Click Save and you are done. You can also publish, unpublished, and delete in bulk using the Bulk Action drop down menu.
Here you can set Meta Information to the pages of your website and add custom metadata to each post/page. Choose the page you would like to set meta information to via the dropdown menu. You can choose to enable or disable this functionality for the whole site, write canonical URLs, create meta titles, meta descriptions, and attach keywords which you would like the search engines to index while crawling your website. In this page you can also enable and disable indexing and following of pages by setting Meta Robots to index, noindex, follow, and no follow.
Also, set meta information to your Open Graph for social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Automatically generate an XML Sitemap. Authorize search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yandex to crawl your site and notify them about updates to your sitemap. Manually update or delete your sitemap. In this section, you have the option to exclude from your sitemap, Post Types, Taxonomies, Archives, and specific Posts. You also have the option to include Images in your sitemap, enable XML Videos, include Stylesheet, specify a maximum entry value for your Sitemap, and Automatically update your sitemap.
This section has five tabs. In the General tab, set the permission to the role that will see and manage your SEO. Set your default Redirect type, choose to optimize meta information for the entire site or not, choose to direct image URLs to the image itself, and choose to keep or remove the Categories prefix from your URL. If you have Yoast installed on your WP, you will also see a button which will allow you to import your data from Yoast. Lastly, you can uninstall SEO by 10Web from the General tab of the Settings.
By enabling this feature, you can fill out all the necessary information about your website to assure that when you are searched, Google creates a knowledge graph, the little card that has a photo and basic information like phone number, website, social media, etc, to the right of the search page when the query has been answered.
Improve the SEO of WooCommerce by indexing or not indexing certain pages or allowing for Open Graph or not. Here you can also remove the WooCommerce generator tag from your header to have a shorter and more appealing URL.
In this tab, you can enable or disable this feature, automatically delete 404 after 30 days, choose to redirect your 404 to specific pages, choose the redirect type and choose to be notified via email each time a new 404 has been created. Once the feature has been enabled, the not found pages are automatically added to the list in Redirects from where you will be able to manage them.
Enable for the creation of robots.txt virtual file. In the box field allow or block the robots you want or don’t want to crawl your website.