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Can you add product-specific meta keywords to product sites?

kschulze
Tourist
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Hi,

is it possible to add product specific meta keywords to product sites?

Kr

Karsten

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flareAI
Shopify Partner
2405 223 537

This is an accepted solution.

Hello @kschulze,
 
Good day! Gina from flareAI app helping Shopify merchants get $7Million+ in sales from Google Search, on autopilot.
 
In a Shopify store, you can add keywords to your products to improve their search engine optimization (SEO) and make them more discoverable by potential customers. Here's how you can add keywords to your Shopify products.
 
-> Log in to your Shopify admin panel.
 
-> Click on the "Products" tab in the sidebar.
 
-> Select the product you want to add keywords to.
 
-> Scroll down to the "Search engine listing preview" section.
 
-> Click on the "Edit website SEO" link.
 
-> In the "Edit website SEO" section, you can add keywords to the following fields.
 
    * Page title - Enter a descriptive and keyword-rich title for your product. It should be concise, typically under 70 characters.
 
    * Meta description - Write a compelling and concise description that includes relevant keywords. Keep it within 320 characters.
 
    * URL and handle - The URL is automatically generated based on your product title, but you can edit it to include relevant keywords.
 
    * Alt text - Add descriptive alt text for the product images, including relevant keywords. This helps with image SEO and accessibility.
 
-> In addition to these specific fields, you can also optimize the product description itself by incorporating relevant keywords naturally. Make sure the description provides useful information to potential customers while including relevant terms they might search for.
 
-> Once you have added the keywords and optimized the SEO fields, click on "Save" to update the product with the changes.
 
 
Don't hesitate to ask if you need any further clarification.
 
Gina
flareAI : Get Sales from Google Search, on Autopilot
$10+ billion in eCommerce on Google Search, every day. Find out how much you are missing

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flareAI
Shopify Partner
2405 223 537

This is an accepted solution.

Hello @kschulze,
 
Good day! Gina from flareAI app helping Shopify merchants get $7Million+ in sales from Google Search, on autopilot.
 
In a Shopify store, you can add keywords to your products to improve their search engine optimization (SEO) and make them more discoverable by potential customers. Here's how you can add keywords to your Shopify products.
 
-> Log in to your Shopify admin panel.
 
-> Click on the "Products" tab in the sidebar.
 
-> Select the product you want to add keywords to.
 
-> Scroll down to the "Search engine listing preview" section.
 
-> Click on the "Edit website SEO" link.
 
-> In the "Edit website SEO" section, you can add keywords to the following fields.
 
    * Page title - Enter a descriptive and keyword-rich title for your product. It should be concise, typically under 70 characters.
 
    * Meta description - Write a compelling and concise description that includes relevant keywords. Keep it within 320 characters.
 
    * URL and handle - The URL is automatically generated based on your product title, but you can edit it to include relevant keywords.
 
    * Alt text - Add descriptive alt text for the product images, including relevant keywords. This helps with image SEO and accessibility.
 
-> In addition to these specific fields, you can also optimize the product description itself by incorporating relevant keywords naturally. Make sure the description provides useful information to potential customers while including relevant terms they might search for.
 
-> Once you have added the keywords and optimized the SEO fields, click on "Save" to update the product with the changes.
 
 
Don't hesitate to ask if you need any further clarification.
 
Gina
flareAI : Get Sales from Google Search, on Autopilot
$10+ billion in eCommerce on Google Search, every day. Find out how much you are missing