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Hi everyone.

I'm fairly new to D365 Marketing. We've just rolled it out sometime back and we've been deploying marketing pages. However, I cant seem to find any settings during creation of marketing pages for the following:

1. Title Tags

2. Meta description

I tried in Designer, in the Summary as well as Portal Integration and there doesnt seem to be any function/feature to do it. As a workaround, i had to add the code into the HTML. Is this the norm or am I missing something?

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  • jonnyvilez Profile Picture
    jonnyvilez 4 on at
    D365 Marketing Pages SEO
    Hey there! I'm also pretty new to D365 Marketing. I've encountered a similar issue with title tags and meta descriptions. Adding the code directly to the HTML seems to be the workaround for now. It's a bit of a hassle, but hopefully, they'll add these features in future updates.

    Speaking of SEO, my friend is looking for a dentist SEO. So far, he's found this website: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ultimate-guide-dentist-seo-2024-gerrid-smith-hewme/, and he wants to try it out. Any other recommendations? Thanks!
  • Kevin Boey Profile Picture
    Kevin Boey 15 on at
    RE: D365 Marketing Pages SEO

    Sorry for the delay in reverting. It's fixed now. We're deploying with the header/footer enabled. Thanks  and much appreciated.

  • cloflyMao Profile Picture
    cloflyMao 25,182 on at
    RE: D365 Marketing Pages SEO

    Hi Kevin,

    The option is supposed and recommended to be enabled.

    Because header includes some necessary JavaScript libraries to render title and provide us with function to change title.

    Regards,

    Clofly

  • Kevin Boey Profile Picture
    Kevin Boey 15 on at
    RE: D365 Marketing Pages SEO

    Hi Clofly,

    Thanks for reverting. Pertaining to #1, I managed to get it to work by keying in the title in the localized content page. However, the title will only appear if i enable the Use Website Header and Footer function, otherwise it wouldnt work. So its either that, or i have to insert the title tags in the HTML code itself. Is this how it's supposed to be?

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    RE: D365 Marketing Pages SEO

    Hi Kevin,

    Thank you for your question.

    Unfortunately, it's not possible to create tags for Marketing Pages.

    Would describe how you intent to use it? Currently titles and other attributes allow you to filter and search.

    Best,

    Defne

  • cloflyMao Profile Picture
    cloflyMao 25,182 on at
    RE: D365 Marketing Pages SEO

    Hi Kevin,

    Due to marketing page is hosted on Portal, so the settings shall be similar to when we set title of other pages in portal.

    1. Title Tags

    From your screenshot, your marketing page is associated with "Marketing Page Default Template" page template.

    If you want to change title of marketing page, you could open the page template record, and find its related web page record.

    In related web page record, open record in Localized Content section, then you can find Title field.

    e.g: Change case creation page title.(I have only trial version of Dynamics 365 for Marketing application, which couldn't be integrated with Portal thus I couldn't test your question.)

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    The thread below is similar to your question.

    https://community.dynamics.com/crm/f/microsoft-dynamics-crm-forum/248161/portal-case-creation-page-title-change

    (Or check whether there is content snippet which could represent "title" in "Marketing Page Default Template" web template.)

    2. Meta description

    Do you mean metadata? (Like we set up metadata of entity form or web form.)

    If so, marketing form is different from entity form and web form, currently we couldn't add field validation to marketing form by editing metadata.

    You could use Marketing form API to do custom validation.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/marketing/developer/marketing-form-client-side-extensibility

    Regards,

    Clofly

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