Adding tags to your website – Search Engine Visibility V1

To establish site ranking, and determine how your site appears in search results, search engines look for meta tags, a robots.txt file, and a sitemap file. For more information, see

Optimizing Your Search Engine Tags – Search Engine Visibility V1

Search Engine Visibility lets you view your site’s current tags and create populated tags for easy downloading and pasting in your Web page’s code.

To View Current Tags

  1. Log in to your IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com account.
  2. Click Search Engine Visibility V1.
  3. Next to the account you want to use, click Manage.
  4. From the Optimize tab, select Optimize Tags.
  5. Click the Current Tags tab to view your site’s active tags.
  6. Use the Back and Next buttons to navigate between your site’s pages.

Note: You cannot modify content on the Current Tags tab. To modify or add new tags, use the Optimized Tags tab.

To Create New Tags

    1. On the Optimize Tags page, select the Optimize Tags tab.
    2. Use the Back and Next buttons to navigate between your site’s pages.
    3. In the Title field, enter the title tag.
    4. In the Description field, enter description tags.
    5. In the Keywords field, enter the keywords tags.

Note: For suggestions and guidelines on each tag, click the question mark next to the tag name.

  1. (Optional) Click Select defined keywords to add keywords that you have already defined.
  2. Click Publish All Pages or More Options, and then choose between Download Text File or Export to Webmaster. Continue downloading or publishing for each page as needed.

For details on placing the tags in your Web page’s code, see Where do I paste these tags?

Analyzing site content – Search Engine Visibility V1

Using Search Engine Visibility, you can further analyze the content on your Web pages to ensure you use the keywords most likely to improve your ranking.

To Analyze Site Content with Search Engine Visibility

  1. Log in to your IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com account.
  2. Click Search Engine Visibility.
  3. Click Manage for the account you want to use. The Search Engine Visibility Manager opens.
  4. From the Optimize tab, click Analyze Content, and then click Get Started.
  5. Using the Back and Next buttons, select the page you want to analyze.
  6. Click Rescan.
  7. The content results display:
    • Your Keywords — A listing of your Search Engine Visibility saved keywords.
    • Occurrence — The frequency that a specific keyword is included in the contents of the Web page.
    • Density — The percentage of times keywords are used within the total indexable words on a Web page. Optimal keyword density is 2.5 to 4 percent.

Continue analyzing content until you have reviewed all your site’s pages and identified the best keywords. Use the How search engines see youarea to view actual word and phrase saturation on your Web page. This information lets you determine if you need to update your saved keywords or revise the content on your site.

Once you update the meta tags and content on your website, you can click Rescan to view updated results.

Integrating with Website Builder V6 – Search Engine Visibility V1

To establish site ranking, and determine how your site appears in search results, search engines look for meta tags, a robots.txt file and a sitemap file. Search Engine Visibility V1 helps you optimize this information to increase traffic and make your site easier to find.

Typically, you manually add this information to your site by editing and uploading files. If you use Website Builder V6, however, you can automatically send the information you created when setting up your Search Engine Visibility V1 account.

Note: To send Search Engine Visibility V1 information to Website Builder V6, both products must be in the same customer account. We recommend you backup Website Builder V6 before you send information from Search Engine Visibility V1. For more information, see Backing Up or Restoring Your Website.

To Send Search Engine Visibility Information to Website Builder V6

  1. Log in to your IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com account.
  2. Click Search Engine Visibility V1.
  3. Click Manage for the account you want to access.
    Warning: CAUTION: You might have multiple Search Engine Visibility accounts for a single Website Builder V6 domain. If you do, use the same Search Engine Visibility account when sending information to Website Builder V6. Otherwise, you might unknowingly overwrite meta tags, robot.txt, or your sitemap with incorrect information.
  4. From the Optimize menu, select any of the following:
    • Optimize Tags — Complete the fields for the settings you want to export to Website Builder, and then click Publish All Pages.
    • Control Crawling — Complete the fields for the settings you want to export to Website Builder, and then go to Get File and select Export to Website Builder.
    • Create Site Map — Complete the fields for the settings you want to export to Website Builder, and then go to Get Site Map and select Send Site Map to Website Builder.
  5. Log in to your Website Builder V6 account and follow the prompts to import the SEO information.
  6. Publish your site.

After importing the information, you can modify it. Launch the Page Designer, select the Page tab, and then go to the Properties icon.

Related Material

What Are Search Engine Optimization Tags?
What is a Sitemap?

Setting up and logging in – Search Engine Visibility V1

Search Engine Visibility is an all-inclusive search engine optimization tool. It takes the guesswork out of increasing your site’s visibility by providing keyword suggestions, content analysis, tag optimization, site map tools, submission to search engines, and reports for tracking progress. This article explains how Search Engine Visibility works.

Setting up Your Search Engine Visibility Account

Before you get started, set up your Search Engine Visibility account for the website you want to optimize.

To Set up Your Search Engine Visibility Account

  1. Log in to your IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com account.
  2. Click Search Engine Visibility.
  3. Next to the Search Engine Visibility account you want to use, click Manage.
  4. In Domain, enter the website address to be associated with this account.

    Note: The address must be in this format: www.coolexample.com.

  5. If applicable, select This website contains adult content.
  6. In Country select your country.
  7. Optional: Select your Account Type.
  8. Select that you have read and agree to the Search Engine Visibility V1 License Agreement.
  9. Click OK.

Accessing Your Search Engine Visibility Account

Optimizing your site takes time, and you need to return to your account often to check reports or refine keywords.

To Access Your Search Engine Visibility Account

  1. Log in to your IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com account.
  2. Click Search Engine Visibility V1.
  3. Click Manage for the account you want to use.
    The Search Engine Visibility Manager opens.

Using Search Engine Visibility Tools

Search Engine Visibility provides seven tools for managing your website’s search engine optimization. The tools are:

  • Generate Keywords — Search engine crawlers use keywords to determine a site’s relevance to searches by Internet users. This tool suggests keywords based on keywords and phrases you enter in the search. You can then select words and phrases from the list or define additional keywords.
  • Analyze Content — This option provides an additional analysis of your website’s content. Search Engine Visibility looks at your site content to further determine the best keywords and their compatibility with your website’s content. For more information, see Analyzing site content .
  • Optimize Tags — This tool lets you see any current tags applied to your website and lets you create new tags for optimizing your search engine rankings. For each type of tag, Title, Description, and Keywords, you can enter words or phrases that describe your site and its content.
  • Control Crawling — You can have a little more control over the areas of your site that search engines might crawl. This tool lets you set preferences for your site’s pages and the way search engines crawl them.
  • Create Site Map — Use this tool to customize and create a site map to aid search engines in crawling your site. Your site map provides a URL directory for your site.
  • Submit — The submit tool is your one-stop shop for submitting your site’s URLs directly to popular search engines and directories.
  • Reports — Search Engine Visibility provides extensive reporting tools for checking your search engine optimization. Each report performs a health check of your website and makes recommendations for repairs. The reports include SEO Checklist , Submissions, Page Rank, Keyword Ranking, and Competitors.

Compare Optimization SEV and SEV V1

While there’s no guarantee that Search Engine Visibility will boost the list ranking of a customer’s website, the latest version improves those chances.

SEV (latest version):

  • IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com SEV provides improved, personalized keyword and content recommendations to boost customer’s website ranking in organic (unpaid) search results
  • Once customers approves SEV’s recommendations, the changes are automatically made to the website
  • Customer’s optimized website has an even stronger chance to higher in search results

SEV v1:

  • IFindHost – CheapDomainRegistration.com SEV V1 provides keyword and content recommendations to boost website’s ranking in unpaid search results.
  • Customer evaluates recommendations made by SEV V1
  • Customer then manually makes those changes on the website
  • Customer’s optimized website has a stronger chance to higher in search results

What is search engine optimization and why should I care?

What is Search Engine Optimization?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving internal and external aspects of a website, or Web page, to increase its organic visibility for search engines. SEO involves editing the website’s HTML code and content to make it more search engine friendly, and then promoting the site to increase its relevance on the Web.

Once search engines are alerted to your website’s presence, they scan the code and content of your site and index the information. Search engines analyze the website content to determine when and where your website displays on a search-engine result page.

The page content (text displaying on a Web page) should be inviting, comprehensive, and — within reasonable limits — contain as many of the site’s keywords as possible.

Some search engines, including Google®, pay particular attention to the number of websites linking to your website when determining the importance and ranking of your site. These external links are called back links.

Why should I care about SEO?

You’ve heard the phrase “Location, location, location!” and its importance when shopping for business real estate. The same applies to the placement of your website on search engine result pages. According to research, the higher your site is listed as a search result, the more traffic you’re going to get.

Quality traffic means increased revenue and more publicity. Search engine traffic can lead to an organization’s success or failure.

The goal of SEO is to land your website in the top few pages of search pdat results page. This is not easy. It takes a lot of time and constant tweaking to increase your search engine rankings.

To assist you with the process, Search Engine Visibility guides you through optimizing your website for search engine inclusion. Search Engine Visibility analyzes your site by applying various rules based on what search engines see when they visit your site. Search Engine Visibility reports the results of the analysis, and suggests measures you can take to improve the optimization of your site.

Next steps

Find your database hostname – Web & Classic Hosting

If your website uses a database to store content (e.g. WordPress, Drupal), you will need your database hostname to connect your site to your database.

To find your database hostname, check your hosting account type, and choose the correct option from the table below.

Hosting Type Database hostname
cPanel Use localhost
Plesk Find each database’s hostname
Web & Classic Find each database’s hostname

Next steps

  • Now that you have your database hostname you can get your database name, username, and password by viewing your database details (cPanel / Plesk / Web & Classic).
  • Once you have all your database details, you can update your connection strings to connect your website to your database.

Hosting email relay limits – Web & Classic Hosting

When troubleshooting a contact form, it is important to know that your hosting account can only send out so much email per hour or day. If you aren’t sure what type of hosting you have, you can review: What type of hosting account do I have?.

Hosting platform Email limits
cPanel 500 per hour
Web Hosting 1000 per day
Plesk 1000 per day
Managed WordPress 1000 per day

 

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Which components does my hosting support?

Some websites need particular components to function correctly. Check this list to make sure your hosting has what you need. If you need more information about your hosting account, see What type of hosting account do I have?

Component Classic Web cPanel
Linux Windows Linux Windows
Access Databases
AJAX
ASP (.NET, AJAX)
CGI ✓+ ✓+
cURL
Cron Jobs
FrontPage Extensions
FTP over SSL
ionCube
mod_rewrite
Microsoft URL Rewrite Module
MS SQL
MySQL
Perl ✓+ ✓+
PHP
Python ✓+ ✓+
Raw Access Logs
Server Error Logs
Service Side Includes (SSI)

 

Note: Scheduled Tasks no longer supported as of 2/2018.

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Supported
✓+ Support for Deluxe, Premium, Unlimited, and Ultimate-tier plans
Not supported

There are also different features available to your account, depending on its tier.

Tier-Level Details

Economy Deluxe Premium & Unlimited
MYSQL 10 x 1 GB 25 x 1 GB Unlimited x 1 GB
MS SQL 1 x 200 MB 2 x 200 MB Unlimited x 200 MB
Multiple Websites
Subdomains 25 400 400

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