1. Chart Titles are Crucial to Your SEO
When creating a public chart, you must enter your chart's title within "Click here to enter Chart Title". This determines your ChartChannel chart page name and URL. Without it, your chart will not publish to the ChartChannel correctly. Take some time wording it and weave in special keywords to direct search engine traffic to your chart.
If you accidentally removed it, you can find it in the Insert menu
2. Descriptions and Search Tags
Be sure to make full use of your Description section located within the Format tab . Within this section, you have the opportunity to maximize your SEO with keywords and tags. The content in the top field will populate into the About section of your chart (on the lower left corner). This content along with your tags will be integrated into your embed code so that your chart becomes searchable. When you make your chart public, it will also be published to the iCharts ChartChannel. Select which category you'd like your chart to be featured under.
3. Save and Share Your Chart
Click the "File" menu to save and store your chart in your gallery. When the green load bar disappears, it is your indicator that your chart has been saved.
After you have saved your chart, you can now share it on the web (website, blog) through your "Share" menu. Select "Add to a Web Site" and "Public Chart". If you already prepared your description, review your description, and search tags. Double check that you've selected the right ChartChannel category. Click "Save" to retain your changes. When you're happy with your content, click "Publish". This action will post your chart automatically to the ChartChannel and you can now publish it on your web site. You must click publish in order to post your chart to the ChartChannel and generate your embed code.
As soon as you click Publish" you can post the chart to any number of social networks (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google Plus). Copy the embed code and paste it into your blog or web site.