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Working with Meta Data

Meta data can help to organize content scrapped from your website by OneSpot. This leads to a more
robust set of business rules and filters. While OneSpot does not force any standards for metadata, we
will scrape everything and can use any of it as a filter, we do have some automated filters in place to
help you manage your own content within OneSpot based on standards that do exist. While OneSpot’s
use of Natural Language processing will derive information, such as a description of content, here is a
basic list of how updating specific metadata fields on your website will overwrite any derived content
with specifics to be seen as you intend for them to be ingested by consumers.

  • og:description
    • Value will overwrite the derived description
  •  twitter: description
    • Value will overwrite the derived description
  • sailthru:description
    • Value will overwrite the derived description
  • onespot:canonical-url
    • Forces the canonical-url to your preferred URL
  • onespot:publish-date
    • Forces the defined content Published Date
  • onespot:title
    • Forces the content title