The templates in Bullet come with a standard page structure that you can use to add Meta tags and Meta Descriptions easily.
Unlike other site builders, Bullet helps you manage all the URL paths, SEO meta descriptions, and SEO meta keywords within Notion.
List of properties for each page:
Path: Mention the relative path of the page.
Publish: If checked, the page will be published, else it won’t be published.
Meta Title: Appears in the <title> tag. If empty, the page title will be taken as the meta title.
Meta Description: Appears in the meta description of the html page.
Meta Keywords: Appears in the meta keywords section of your html.
Page Type: By default, all the pages you create are of “Static Page”.
There are other special page types such as “Blog” and “Knowledge Base”, which will add special characteristics to the pages when rendered.
Blog page type
Bullet provides a blog with a pre-defined notion structure for blogs. Once the bullet identifies that structure, Bullet automatically parses the pages and generates blog pages that are built ground up for your site. The published blog site comes up with all the necessary components for blogs such as Tags, Authors, Pagination, Table of contents, etc, some of which can never be achieved in Notion directly.
Knowledge-base page type
Similar to blogs, Bullet provides a blog with a pre-defined notion structure for knowledge-base. Once the bullet identifies that structure, Bullet automatically parses the pages and generates knowledge-base pages that are built ground up for your site.