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SEO ESSENTIAL! Different page/panel titles in product categories

Hi everyone - We've been working with an SEO specialist who has let us know that our website would be more SEO friendly if we could make each headline on the different product categories specific to that category. At the moment, you can only have one headline at the top of your products, which you can change in 'create listing' on a page by amending the 'panel title'. However, it would be much more SEO friendly if, for example, when a customer pressed on tshirts, the headline would be the category name, so 'T-Shirts', and if they clicked on polo shirts, the headline would change to 'polo shirts'.

If it were to change, and if that headline would be the H1 tag (in the html/css of the website) then it would be much easier for the google crawlers to see that we have a range or products, because it would literally be at the top of the page and a H1 tag. Therefore it would give the website more authority, make it easier for potential customers to discover our products and overall improve the google ranking. Also, if you think about it, if you have hundreds of different product categories, customised headlines for this would give google 100 more opportunites for customers to find you - right now, there is only one headline for a massive variety of products. The potential for keywords for these categories is huge and not being utilised!

Personally, I think this is a no-brainer. This aspect of the website should be changed to benefit all deco customers - If these headlines were amendable, then each deco customer could customise the products part of the website using keywords to target specific customers - Right now, it is too generic, making it much harder for us to stand out from the crowd. I've been told that this can't be custom coded for individual stores, but has to be a changed within the structure of the deco site, so it has to be a change made by Deco.

I hope that everyone else agree's too!

Many thanks!

Meg

By Megan on 12 January 2016 Implemented!

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