Use SEO wizard to get your site found online
Want to get found on Google® or Bing®? The SEO Wizard in Website Builder's Business Plus plan lets you apply Search Engine Optimization to up to five website pages to improve your ranking in search results. You're free to not follow all the suggestions — but overall they can make a big difference in getting found by your potential web customers.
- Log in to your account.
- In the products list, click Website Builder.
- Next to the account you want to use, click Manage.
- Click Edit Site.
- In the top right corner of your screen, click the three-bar icon and select SEO Wizard.
- If you added basic information about your business when setting up your site, skip to Step 8. If not, use the Business Info tab's What's your business? page to fill in the fields:
- Business name: Enter the name of your business.
- Business category: If you did not already select the category that your business fits into when you were setting up your site, select a business category from the suggested list or enter a category.
- What are 1-2 products or services you offer: Enter keywords that describe your products or services. For example, if you have an auto repair business, you might consider terms such as mechanic, oil change, tire rotation, etc.
- Click Next.
- Use the Where are your customers located? page to fill in the fields:
- Local: Click this option if your customers are located in one or more specific metro areas, select the number of miles to create a radius from that location and then click Add. Use the Targeting map to add a specific area or location. (You can add as many target areas as you need.) When you are finished, click Next. If you entered more than one area, you will be asked to select your primary location.
- Worldwide: Click this option if your customers could be located anywhere in the country or even anywhere in the world. It does not offer the targeting options of Local, so click Next.
If your page doesn't have an H1 headline, the SEO Wizard adds one containing only the recommended phrase. So you'll want to write a more descriptive headline to give the included phrase some context.