Update your robots.txt file
A robots.txt file is a file at the root of your site that indicates those parts of your site you don’t want accessed by search engine crawlers. robots.txt should be available at.
You should add this robots.txt file to the website root:
Robots meta tag
Use this robots meta tag for the pages below and for all the pages on the subdomain.
Meta tag <title>
Titles are critical to giving users a quick insight into the content of a result and why it’s relevant to their query and it’s a great way to provide search engines with information about their sites.
Meta tag <description>
Meta descriptions don't have a direct influence on rankings, but they are used by search engines to display your page’s description in search results. A good description helps users know what your page is about and encourages them to click on it.
Incorrect pages found in sitemap.xml
HTTPS pages leads to HTTP page
Image don't have alt attribute
Alt attributes within <img> tags are used by search engines to understand the contents of your images. If you neglect alt attributes, you may miss the chance to get a better placement in search results because alt attributes allow you to rank in image search results. Not using alt attributes also negatively affects the experience of visually impaired users and those who have disabled images in their browsers.
Heading tags issues
<h1>: Who can use VPS?