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Collabim has a section of Pages that can search for keywords in the site's content. This article looks at how everyone can easily work with the Pages section.
Fill in keywords on important parts of the page
TITLE, H1 title, META description, and body of the page . Do you know which keywords you want visable on the search engines? Are you sure you want to manually search through all the pages? Collabim will provide you with a comprehensive overview of landing pages and keywords.
We will showcase the tool in practice on a sample e-shop with electronics. As shown below, the "Starbucks" destination pages are displayed on several search phrases. In the overview we have search (Google) and position (for Google and List). Is the phrase you searched relevant but you still have a bad position? Add it to the important part of the page (TITLE, H1 title) to increase success in search results.
If the keyword is missing , the red text will appear below it. The e-shop with electronics should deal with the "Starbucks" page, which does not contain frequently-searched phrases such as "expresso shot" and "capuchino".
If you do not like this landing page report, you can also review your report by keywords. You can sort them by looking at the report and you will be able to see immediately which important words on your pages are missing .
You see a red-colored line in the table . This means that a page that does not exist (keyword 404) appears in the keyword search results. Your task is to arrange redirects or patches.
If you do not have a target page for a keyword, you can manually assign it one. We have simplified adding by reference directly in the overview.
Where does Collabim get pages from?
- Landing pages from search results
- Manually setting a target page for a keyword detail
- from links (activities).
If you do not have any keywords in your project and your site is not assigned to any position on the search engines, the Pages section will be blank.
How does the Pages section work with keywords?
- the words dont have to be right next to each other for google to pick up on the keywords
- in three or more phrases, it does not matter how far apart the words are.
What do you think about the analysis?
Tweet us , write us on Facebook , or you can write us in an article in the comment section. We would love to hear your comments. In the next article, we'll show you what our next section of Pages can do.