The metadata of your event website is a description label; it includes the title of your website and a brief summary of its purpose. Search engines use this information to display your event page in search results.
Page Title Tag
This displays as the title of your website in search results and your browser tab. Keep this short and sweet.
The meta description of your website is the description that appears in search results. Include keywords that your guests may search for if you're looking to promote your event to the public.
If you'd rather not have your page display at all in search results, check out how to request search engines to not include your page and our privacy options.
The favicon is the little icon that shows in browser tabs.
Request Search Engines NOT to index this page
If you're looking to remove your Splash page from Google search results you can request Google not to index your event website in their results.
Sitemap (Hub pages only)
Paste in your own XML file to assist search engines in locating and navigating the URLs of event pages within your hub.
Robots (Hub pages only)
Paste TXT content to manage search engine access to your hub's content for indexing.
To edit your Splash page's metadata:
1. Head to the Settings tab of your event.
2. Click on the Site Metadata section.
3. Edit the various parts of your metadata settings: Page Title Tag, Meta Description, Favicon, and Search Engine Index preference.