Why should you use PageImprove?
With PageImprove, you can visually edit any element on your website pages, from title tags, meta descriptions, canonical URLs, H1s, content, links, images, and more–no coding required. PageImprove is optimized for SEOs and simple for everyone to use (even if they're not a tech whizz).
We don’t limit the number of domains you can use PageImprove for or the number of pages to change during the Closed beta stage. But this is a subject for change in the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
PageImprove allows anyone to make simple, real-time changes to a website with no code necessary. Changes are indexable by Google and are reversible. The changes “live” in PageImprove, meaning that the backend of your site can be updated when your developer team can get to it.
You should use PageImprove as it's the most beneficial tool for those with websites that require too much time to update. The delays may be caused by an inflexible CMS, hard-coded content, or a development team with a long queue and frequent backlogs.
PageImprove might not be the best fit for the websites that are easy to change, like websites based on WordPress or Wix platforms.
Yes, PageImprove is CMS-agnostic and works with most website platforms.
However, there are a few exceptions:
- Websites built with VueJS or Angular.
- Websites based on Shopify
Yes, if you stop using PageImprove, it will revert back to the original content. Changes you make are visible to your site visitors and indexable by Google–but the updates you make are stored and served by PageImprove.
For permanent changes, you’ll need to submit the change requests you make in PageImprove to your developers or website team and get them hard-coded into your site.
Note: You can undo changes at any time in PageImprove. There’s an undo button!
You need to install a JS snippet on every page of your website to make your PageImprove updates live and indexable.
You (or your developer team) can do this manually, or with Google Tag Manager.
PageImprove doesn’t interfere with 99% of snippets. However, it may interfere with Google Optimize, Optimizely, VWO, and similar tools.
No, Google does not value the optimizations made via this tool less or equal to hard-coded site changes.
There is a quick and easy way to validate that changes made by JS are visible to Googlebot.
- Enter the URL of the page containing your updates using the Google Mobile-Friendly Test tool.
- Click “View tested page” and open the “HTML” tab on the right side.
- Locate the element you changed and make sure that the content is updated.
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