How do I manage my site settings in Search Engine Optimiser?

This FAQ will help you to configure your site within Search Engine Optimiser

The below instructions will show you how you can configure various information about your site to help improve your scan results.

Please note: These are the details that you will have entered when using the Search Engine Optimiser set up wizard. However, you can update these details at any point.

If purchased after May 2021

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Start by logging in to your 123 Reg Control Panel.


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From there, select Digital Marketing Suite within the ‘Manage active products’ section and then select Manage opposite Manage Digital Marketing Suite.

Manage Digital Marketing Suite


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This will take you to a page where you will see all your purchased Digital Marketing Suite packages. Click Launch to access your SEO package.

Select Launch


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This will take you to your dashboard. From here, select General in the left-hand toolbar.

Select General


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On the next page, you’ll be presented with all the information associated with your site and your business. This includes your company name, address information, business sectors and more.

View Information


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Simply make any necessary changes to your details and click Save at the bottom of the page.

Click Save


If purchased before May 2021

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Login to your Search Engine Optimiser package, and click on the Settings button in the left hand toolbar. From the drop down menu, click on the Manage Project button.

Manage Projects button

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This will open the Configuration page, allowing you to add further information about your site. To start, select your location from the Country drop down box. This allows us to check the ranking of your website against other websites from your country. Ensuring you select the correct country allows us to provide accurate reports on your site. For example, if you are a computer repairman in the UK, we want to focus on your performance against other UK based business, not those elsewhere.

Select your country

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Next, you can simply enter the name of your business or brand into the relevant text box.

Name your business

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Now you can select whether you are a local business, or if you are a national or global business. Select your preference from the drop down option.

If you select local, you also have the ability to specify the location of your business, so simply enter your location in the box provided.

Are you a local business?

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Finally, you are asked whether you are in charge of making amendments to your website, or whether you leave it to a specific agency or webmaster. Select your preference from the drop down. If you select that you use and agency or webmaster, then you can also add the contact email of the person responsible for making the changes to your site.

Once complete, click the Update Changes button

Who makes your site changes?