It is possible to add SEO (Search Engine Optimization) elements to each page of the website. It is possible to modify the SEO elements under the Content tab on the Page Settings menu.
Page title, keywords and description
Add a Page Title, Keywords and Description to optimize your website for search engines. When you have completed it and save it, the little yellow warning next to the page title should disappear.
It is worth mentioning here that 99% of search engines will disregard keywords as a ranking factor, however the page title is a major ranking factor and the description is an indirect ranking factor (if it encourages click through from the search results page then that click is a ranking factor).
Don't Index this Page
When this option is enabled, search engines won't index the page, this should prevent it from showing on search results.
Don't Publish this Page
This option allows you to keep one or several pages unpublished, while the rest of the site is published. Thus, if you want the page to remain unpublished, simply toggle on to enable the option.
A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect from one URL to another. In this section, it is possible to write one or more URLs to redirect to the page just created. To find more about 301 Redirects, click here.
Google Search Result Preview
When editing the different elements on the page's SEO, you'll be able to preview what your page would look like on a Google search through the Google Search Result Preview Tool. Here you can also click on a word in the title to emulate keyword highlighting in the search result.