Can the content on UserVoice be attributed to our domain?
You can set up a custom domain using a CNAME. This will attribute your UserVoice SEO results to your own domain.
More information about setting up a custom domain can be found here (link). When your custom domain is in place, subdomain.uservoice.com will be a 301 redirect to your custom domain.
Q: Can I update the meta title or description tags on ideas or articles?
A: No, not at this time. If you would like to see us add this feature, support the idea here.
What if I don't want my site to be indexed by search engines?
If you don't want your site indexed by search engines, you can add a no-index tag to the HTML of your UserVoice site. You will need to be the appropriate plan level with access to custom HTML.
This article explains about no-index tags in general: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en
The quick answer is to copy this line of code:
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow">
In your UserVoice account...
- Click the icon in the lower left-hand corner
- Click "Web Portal" in the drop-down menu
- You'll see "Appearance and Features" at the top.
- Click "edit."
- Scroll down and you'll see the custom HTML sections.
- In the <Head> section paste in that line of code.
Is there anything else I can do with my web portal in regards to SEO?
We don't have additional features available, but please visit our forum and support an existing suggestion, or create a new one! Our Product Team wants to hear from you!