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Adding a metatitle and metadescription to your landing page
Adding a metatitle and metadescription to your landing page

In this article, I'll explain how to add a metatitle and metadescription to your landing page

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Written by Carola
Updated over a week ago

We received many questions about optimizing your landing page for Google. It is now finally possible to do so! It is possible to:

  1. Provide your landing page with a meta title

  2. Provide your landing page with a metadescription

  3. Provide your landing page with a language

  4. To provide your landing page with a favicon

💡 Good to know: Google crawls your pages once in a while and only then sees your changes. This can take a few days to a few weeks before you see the correct result in Google.

1. Adding metatitle and metadescription to your landing page

It is now possible to add a meta title to your landing page. A meta title, or your page title, is the title of the page that your customers see in Google. A good, catchy title makes it clear at a glance what the page is all about. For Reloadify itself, this is:

❗ There is a maximum number of characters for the meta title: 50 - 66 characters. This includes spaces! If your title is longer than this, it will be hyphenated with ... (three dots).

The meta title in the landing page editor can be found on the right via "Settings" > "Optional properties".

2. Adding a meta description to your landing page

The metadescription is a short description of what your page is about. This way you help Google and your customers understand what your page is about. Your click through ratio will also increase, since it is clear what the page is about. The metadescription looks like this:

❗There is a maximum number of characters to the meta description: 190 characters. This includes spaces! If your description is longer than this, your title will be broken off with ... (three dots).

💡 Tip: End your meta description with a Call To Action, such as 'click here', 'join now' or 'sign up'. Prompt people to take action to click through to your page.

3. Adding a language to your landing page

It may sound a little strange, but it is now possible to add a language to your landing page. This information helps search engines to give language specific results. It is also used for website visitors who switch language profiles (Automatically translate to.....). We recommend you to set the language per landing page, then Google will understand at once in which language your landing page is written.

The language in the landing page editor can be found on the right via "Settings" > "Optional properties".

4. Adding a favicon to your landing page

The one icon you see above your address bar for the Internet address is your favicon:

Almost all known browsers support this mini image. Probably your own website has this on every page. It is now also possible to upload your own favicon for your specific landing page.

  • A favicon is always square

  • The image is signed in PNG, JPG and GIF format.

  • The image must have a size of at least 260x260 pixels

Uploading a favicon in the landing page editor can be found on the right through "Settings" > "Optional properties".

Press 'Add favicon' and upload your logo. When you put your landing page live, you will immediately see the favicon appear in your address bar.

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