The Find Me app allows users to manage and control their SEO and advanced SEO settings.
First, click on the Find Me icon in your apps dashboard.
Locate the sidebar on the left hand side of the screen.
This is how you can control how your site shows up as a search engine result. Change the title of your search engine result by using the homepage title tab.
Do some research to find keywords to place in the meta of your homepage using the Homepage Keyword setting. Then add a description in the Homepage Meta Description section. This text will display as a description under your title in your search engine results.
This setting allows users to include their businesses' name in the title of their page. Start the video above at 2:05 to see a clear visual of what this setting displays.
This settings section allows you to give search engine users permission to view every page of your website. In order to restrict your blog content from search engines, simply toggle the slider in the Posts in Sidemap tab.
In this tab users are able to toggle on and off the ability to display their website in foreign search engines. For example, if this setting is enabled then people in foreign countries such as China or France will be able to view your site. We have actually found that disabling this setting increases your Google traffic.
This is where you can insert your own custom schema data for your SEO. It is important to note that EAP automatically imports schema data into your site. For more information on Schema Data and what it does, click here.
This setting lets you have more metrics and insight into your website's traffic and search engine productivity. Simply go into the Google console and find your webmaster tracking code. Then simply paste the code into the Google Webmasters settings tab. If you're not familiar with Google Webmaster, click here.