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  1. Hello! I ran your site through my site auditing software and it came up clean, without any 404 errors. So perhaps you fixed it already or maybe that software is triggering a false positive. Either way your site came up really clean from a technical perspective — good job!
  2. I haven't tried that method...I'll have to look into that a bit more. I use Google Tag Manager to log all sorts of events in Google Analytics. I typically use it to track page views, form completions, page scrolling, individual link clicks, etc. Its a bit of work to set-up but once you do, the possibilities are endless. This YouTube channel has a lot of good helpful info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmNPJw-YLuQ If you do use GTM to track your regular page views in GA, be sure to remove the GA code you entered into the SQSP admin or else it will fire twice and double-up your data. Hope that helps!
  3. The old meta keywords field is sometimes missing in most modern CMS systems because it's no longer used by Google as a ranking factor. I think Wordpress still has the field, although the Yoast plugin will kinda yell at you if you use it. Because of this, most people stopped using meta keywords since all it did was tell your competitors what terms you were targeting.
  4. I don't know of a way inside of Squarespace's analytics, unfortunately, but it is possible if you do it with Google Tag Manager (GTM) and Google Analytics (GA). You can set-up triggers in GTM to track link clicks as events in GA. It does take some time to set-up but it's pretty slick when you get it going. Here's an article that discusses how to set up GTM and GA to track links: https://www.zoomowl.com/link-click-tracking-using-googleanalytics/ Hope that helps!
  5. Switching CMS systems will impact your SEO a bit. The reason is that Google sees the changes to your site and works to reindex and re-understand the website. It's like a shock to the system. The number that floats around is to expect a 15% drop in traffic on your site for 4 to 6 weeks. I've seen a lot less than that over my time, more in the realm of 5%. However, the more things you can keep exactly the same from the old site to the new one, the better. Keep the exact same URLs, same content, same page titles, meta descriptions, image ALT etc and you will minimize the drop. Bear in mind that a site redesign is a good time to also correct any SEO architecture issues you might have which will be better over the long term. So I'd recommend doing it the right way, work through the short drop period and then you'll be in better shape long-term. Hope it goes well!
  6. Hello! Try adding the Facebook Pixel Helper Chrome extension into your Chrome browser and see if that provides any helpful info. When I went to your site it did register a FB pixel but said it wasn't activated for tracking page views yet. It does appear to be firing on all pages so it wasn't just injected onto a specific page. Was your previous website also on Squarespace? Are you using Google Tag Manager to fire the FB Pixel? Maybe some more info on why you removed the Pixel ID originally would help too but something somewhere is still causing it to fire.
  7. Yes, there is a simple solution! The easiest way is to redirect the form to a special page after it is submitted. I typically call the page "Contact Us Form Confirmation" with a slug of /contact-form-confirmation or something like that. Next we need to tell the form to use this new confirmation page. In the edit form dialog box, go to the "Advanced" tab and there is a space to select a post-submit redirect page. Enter the page URL here for your new confirmation page. Last, in Google Analytics, simply specify a goal with this specific URL being the end result. Hope that helps!
  8. If you don't want the page to be indexed by search engines, then you can just use the new toggle on Page Settings > SEO to hide the page from search results. This effectively changes a setting on the page to "no-index" which tells the search engines you don't want the page to be indexed.
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