Is my Public Archive searchable in search engines?
Your Permanent.org Public Archive is searchable via search engines such as Google or Bing.
If you search for your Public Archive in a search engine and it isn't immediately available, the search engine may not have indexed it yet. Unless this content is shared online through links on other websites such as blog posts, search engines like Google probably will not see it and index it. In the long run, we do plan to make content in Public Archive more accessible to search.
In the meantime, you can boost the visibility of your Public Archive yourself by sharing that link in places where people might be looking for it.
Your archive profile is where you can describe the person, organization, or family that your archive is about. Here, you can change the the name of the archive, add a biography, birth date and location, and list important dates, or milestones, ...
Your Public Archive is a gallery of your materials that is publicly available for anyone on the internet to view. Upload, organize, describe, and publish your records and then share your Public Archive URL with friends and family. Adding, removing, ...
Folder Thumbnails and File Type Icons in Public Archive
Folders in your Permanent.org Public Archive feature thumbnail previews of one of the files inside the folder. Files and folders in your Public Archive also include icons that indicate the file type. This article documents what each of those icons ...
How to unpublish an item from your Public Archive
Your Public Archive is where you can share items from your archive publicly online for anyone to see. But you might decide that you no longer wish for an item to be available publicly. You can unpublish an item or folder from your Public Archive by ...
Three Ways to Control Access to Records in Your Archive
As the owner of an archive, you have three ways to grant access to records in your archive to other people. In order from least restrictive to most restrictive: Publish to the web – choose this option if you want anyone to easily access your records ...