What is Google Priority
A Google Priority is a scale of 1 down to 0.1 that tells Google the level of importance you place on the page.
For example, if your home page is the most important page of your site, its google priority would be 1, whereas the google priority of a say an unimportant blog article would be 0.5. In this example, the Google Priority tells google to prioritize your homepage above the above your blog page in search results when a query is made where the result could be either your home page or blog page.
The Google Priority setting is built automatically into Limecube sites. It can be found by adding: /sitemap.xml to the end of your domain.
To Set the Google Priority of a page:
- Select the page that you want to set a Google Priority on.
- Click on the ‘SEO’ Icon on the Page's Header Bar.
- Use the drop down menu to select your google priority.
You have now set the google priority for this page.