Configuring SEO

To customize your SEO global settings, go to Settings > SEO. You’ll see the SEO Dashboard with five other tabs. This is where you define your website name for Google’s site name markup and identify whether you are a company or a person for Google’s Knowledge Graph, connect to various Webmaster Tools, and restrict access to advanced parts of the meta box.


Other settings under Settings > SEO include:

  • Titles & Metas: This section allows you to customize the title and metas that are automatically applied to your content, prevent duplicate content, and, if you prefer, enable the meta keywords tag.
  • Social: This section allows you to associate your site with your social media profiles for Google’s Knowledge Graph, enable Open Graph meta data, enable Twitter card meta data, verify your site with Pinterest, and enable Google+ meta data.
  • XML Sitemaps: This section allows you to enable and, optionally, customize the sitemap for your LP site.
  • Advanced: This section includes advanced features for your site including breadcrumbs, permalink customization, and the ability to automatically add content to your RSS feed. Use this section with caution as it may require advanced WordPress experience.
  • Tools include a bulk editor, a file editor, and an import/export tool. Use this section with caution as it may require advanced WordPress experience.
  • Search Console: If you have claimed your site in Google Search Console, you can retrieve the crawl errors for your site.

Click here for more detailed explanations on all the SEO settings.