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Keywords

The keywords page property populates the meta keywords tag. Google and most other search engines pay no attention to this meta tag as a ranking factor or for indexing because it can be populated with irrelevant information in an attempt to game search results.

It's still worth writing the keywords property for your SiteBuilder pages because Warwick Search does index the keywords property. Also, the tags filter page template relies on keywords.

To add or edit the keywords property:

  1. Browse to the page you wish to edit.
  2. Go to Edit > Edit page properties.
  3. In the Change page properties section, enter keywords separated by commas in the Keywords box. They can be a single word or phrase – for example:

    projector, screen, av, audio visual, book room, venue, hire, humanities building

    Keywords page property

  4. Select Save changes.
  5. The keywords are now added to your page's meta keywords tag – for example:

    <meta name="keywords" content="projector, screen, av, audio visual, book room, venue, hire, humanities building">

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