Website SEO on Frappe Cloud sites, how to?

Dear community,

I have been using frappecloud for a while ( I have a simple landing page and a set of blog posts. It was more than 6 months, but it can’t be search by google, not at all.

I also try to use Route Meta but I don’t find it working, what ever I have created do not show in the source HTML.

Any suggest what went wrong and how to proper do the SEO?


The best way to do SEO properly is to ask professionals about it. They can audit your page and see what the problem is. Maybe some mistake on your part, maybe something is wrong with the site? I think it would be easier to tell you what to do if you told me more about what you do. If you own a small business, then you will be able to handle it yourself and raise the rating of your site in Google. But if you are the owner of a large company or factory and you need a huge flow of customers, then you should turn to SEO companies. In this case, it will be much more difficult to promote your site alone, because for sure it has many competing sites.

That makes sense, but how to know which are the good SEO professionals?

SEO it’s a pretty complicated domain, and it’s not a surprise that it’s hard to implement it by yourself. I tried several times, and I didn’t see major changes, and I realized it’s better to give this task to someone else than to lose time for nothing. After some searches, I found this platform, and I loved their work. Seven months have passed, and I can’t describe to you how much they helped me. That’s when I realized, if you want effective results in a relatively short time, you should handle this job with specialists that struggling on their own.

Hello there. Sorry for bothering you. I just need your advice on how to choose keywords correctly. I’ve recently launched my business’ website, so I’d like to know how to improve its SEO with the right keywords. Tnx

Hey, welcome to the forum! No worries, you’re not bothering anyone. As a fellow newbie, I totally get it. SEO keyword selection can be a real pain in the ass, but don’t sweat it! First things first, make sure your website has a clear niche or focus. Once you’ve got that nailed down, use tools like Google Keyword Planner, Ahrefs or SEMrush to find relevant and high-traffic keywords. Remember to choose long-tail keywords too - these are more specific and easier to rank for. And always prioritize quality over quantity! Happy optimizing!