JobMount team continues to answer frequently asked questions about job board SEO and job board software features. Send us your puzzling questions about job board and we will help you to find an answer.
Is there automatic Sitemap.xml?
Yes, JobMount job board software automatically creates sitemap file based on all static pages, jobs and landing pages. If sitemap is submitted earlier to search engines (i.e. via Google Webmaster Tools) it is also automatically updated and fetched.
Does JobMount include Robots.txt editor?
Yes, you can edit your robots.txt file directly from the job board software admin panel. More info here.
Robots.txt file is used as instructions to web bots and spiders(if they have permission to access site pages or site directories) provided by website owners.
What should I do to improve job board page indexing?
Increased job pages indexing by Google and other search engines generates more organic traffic to your job board. Note, that it may take some time for search engines to crawl and cache job pages. Check out indexing instructions.
To check if your job board pages are indexed input into searchbox: site:https://YOUR_JOBBOARD_URL
JobMount SEO Dashboard provides indexing statistics.
To improve job board indexing follow next steps:
After your brand new job board launch, keep an eye on indexing and crawling stats to rectify possible errors in your SEO set up.
This means that links from your job board search results and mobile menus will be indexed.
Does JobMount have job posting Schema.org implementation?
Yes, our job board software includes schema.org job posting markup on default.
What is Open Graph Tag? Is it implemented in JobMount software?
Open graph protocol is used by social networks to display shared content, i.e adding image, title and description.
JobMount automatically generates open graph meta data.
Can I use custom designed 404 or other Server Response Page?
Yes, you can replace standard server response page with custom one on request to JobMount team.
However, there are performance considerations for such page. New HTML page should be under 1024 bytes.