Bullet currently does almost everything, such as speed, performance, sitemap generation, meta tags, etc. We also have JSON-LD schema in our roadmap, RSS feeds for blogs, 301 redirects, customizable robots.txt, etc.,
Generally, in WordPress or Webflow, you have to manually do tons of optimizations and install plugins in terms of SEO. Bullet sites come with SEO optimized by default. We optimize all the images, and cache sites across 275+ data centers for faster loading, minify content, etc. Right now, we are 90-95 in terms of Page Speed Insights, B+ for security in Mozilla Observatory score, which is much more than site builders like WordPress, Carrd, etc., and on par with Webflow. A typical WordPress or Webflow would only score 40-50 in Page Speed Insights and D in Mozilla Observatory for security.
Adding Metadata for Bullet sites
Metadata is one of the important aspects of SEO. Bullet makes it very comfortable for you to add SEO metadata by default. There are two ways to manage SEO metadata.
1. Adding metadata for pages using the Bullet Base template
For all the database pages, there are certain reserved properties that Bullet takes as metadata. Those properties are "Meta Title", "Meta Description", and "Meta Keywords".
2. Configuring metadata inside the site dashboard
If your page is not a database page or if is a database page, you can go to Pages > SEO and check Override Notion > to edit the metadata.
Image Alt tags
Add a caption to Notion image and Bullet will automatically convert the caption as alt tags.
JSON-LB schema for Bullet
Bullet will automatically generate Json-lb schemas for all the blog articles that you write in Bullet site. You don't have to worry about installing plugins and other low level stuff for each of this. Bullet takes care of everything for you.