- Open up the source code for the page and look through the keywords, title, description, and other meta data of the site.
- After coming up with changes for these elements, construct an email with all the changes and send it to a product manager and founder.
- They would critique and challenge my suggestions. We would iterate a few times over email which took a long time to get consensus from everyone.
- Confusion would happen. Was it a new title or description the person is giving feedback on? What do they want me to do? The endlessly scrollable threads email got very confusing.
What is Notable SEO feature?
How do I use the feature?
After you capture a post youa''ll click on Add Notes as you usually do. Woila! Youa''ll see the SEO tab right there. Click on SEO. You can annotate this SEO report the same way as you annotate Visual, Code and Copy. Add your annotations to the report. You can then click the new Share button right near the Save button to share your feedback on the SEO. Thata''s all. Ita''s that simple.
What data in the Notable SEO tool can I provide feedback on?
You can annotate all the data in the Notable SEO report. The report captures all the SEO data for the website. Anything from top keywords with the count of appearance to meta data tags for Title, URL, Keywords, Description as well as body content H1, H2, H3, H4 headings and the inbound and outbound links. Take a look here at a sample SEO notable report.
So what do you think?
The SEO feature helps us internally to get stuff done a great deal. We decided to share it with the world and we hope it helps all of you as well. We love to hear from our users. Wea''re curious to hear about your thoughts about Notable SEO. Find Notable SEO useful? Want improvements? Please leave a comment on this blog post or add a forum question.