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Use this dialog to add or edit a SEO Reporting Group. Access this Dialog through either of the following paths:
SEO Reporting Group properties are presented in four tabs.
This tab controls general settings.
View or change the full or display name and description.
Use this tab to specify the section, or sections, of your site that the Reporting Group applies to, along with other properties that control rank tracking.
Complete the following fields.
For smaller sites you may only have one reporting group so you simply have one corresponding record. For example www.paperthin.com would point to the root subsite /
For larger sites, like a university, a Reporting Group might include multiple subsites. For example, a reporting group that included both Academics and Admissions under would require two entries:
Also note that if your site is a single top-level site, but accessed through multiple subdomains your two entries might instead look like this:
It is important that the URL prefixes match what the search engines return, as CommonSpot uses this prefix URL when inspecting keyword search results to determine which reporting group the page falls into. To add items, enter the fully qualified URL and click the Add button. CommonSpot prompts for a subsite mapping if it can’t determine the mapping automatically. Click the delete icon to remove URLs, or click the subsite search icon to select another subsite to map.
Note as well that you can only map a subsite to one reporting group. Pages in one subsite cannot be in different reporting groups. By default all child subsites of a specified subsite are included in the reporting group, unless you enter a different, more specific path.
For example, if you enter these mappings;
All subsites under /support, except /support/knowledgebase and its children would fall under the Support Reporting Group.
Use this tab to enter your Bing Webmaster API Key, and enable certain features. CommonSpot uses the Bing Webmaster API to provide the following SEO information:
For this reason PaperThin recommends that you create a Bing Webmaster Account, an API key, and provide this to CommonSpot through this interface.
Bing Webmaster API Key: Enter the Bing API key for the search engine used for this report. See "Creating a Bing Webmaster API Key" in the PaperThin Knowledgebase (requires login).
Choose features to add to your reports. CommonSpot can include suggestions for improving keyword rank and identify inbound links.
Use this tab to define the action to take when saving Standard Properties or publishing pages whose metadata/content does not meet your SEO rule criteria. You can make changes required or optional, with or without warnings.
Pick from the dropdown to select an action to take when saving or publishing pages whose Standard Properties do not meet the SEO criteria defined for your site. Possible actions are:
You can download PDF versions of the Content Contributor's, Administrator's, and Elements Reference documents from the support section of paperthin.com (requires login).
Sites upgrading from versions earlier than release 6.0 should review the following (from the support section of paperthin.com - requires login):
For technical support:
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