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SEO Assistant

Release date: 13th March 2024

This release introduces SEO Assistant, a content field extension that uses AI to generate contextual title and description tags from your content, for improved Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The meta tags provide search engines with important information about your content, allowing pages to be better understood and ranked in search results.

Automating the creation of SEO title and description tags helps you to incorporate SEO practices as part of your authoring workflow in Dynamic Content. Once SEO Assistant is set up, you can quickly generate a range of relevant SEO titles and descriptions based on your content, and then select the ones you want to use.

Generated SEO titles

Labs preview

The SEO Assistant extension is classified as an Amplience labs preview for you to evaluate and provide feedback. It's provided as is and is unsupported. Each time you use the generate button you'll use one Amplience credit. Your organization is provided with a bundle of free credits to make it easy to get started with our AI services.

Using the SEO Assistant extension
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When you create content that uses this extension, fields for SEO title and description tags are displayed in the content form along with buttons to generate the tags. The SEO tags are generated from content in the form. In the example below, text entered in the "Content Page" field is used to provide context for generating the meta tags.

Populate the context field with text

developer tip

To help authors know where SEO title and description tags are generated from, add some field hint text, for example, "Used for generating SEO title and description".

Once the "context" field contains text, you can generate a range of titles and descriptions, and select the ones you want to use for the meta tags.

Generated SEO title and description tags

If you run out of credits when using SEO Assistant, you'll still be able to enter SEO titles and descriptions yourself, you just won't be able to use the AI feature to generate them.

Schema examples
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To make it easier to use the SEO Assistant extension in your own schemas we've included some schema examples to help get you started.

Two schema examples are included to help you get started with the extension

There are two schema examples included: one that uses a registered extension and one that includes the extension URL directly in the schema. In most cases you will want to register the extension so that you do not have to specify the installation parameters each time you use it in a schema. See SEO Assistant schema examples.

SEO Assistant

Extensions overview

Registering extensions