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  1. Hi @graphicabyss One issue you have is title tags for the store/items are not properly set. You don't want "Fine Art Prints<br/>" as the title for every print. Here's Google's advice on writing good descriptions: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/appearance/snippet
  2. @Theo4543 Using the URL inspection tool you can see when they last crawled a page and ask for a recrawl if you haven't already. Indexing is usually quick, but read Google's documentation here: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289?hl=en#request_indexing Keep in mind what you see via "site:" can differ from what is shown in organic SERPs.
  3. Yes that is where you change it. It can be anything you prefer, although not the www listed above -- see more info here. If the source code doesn't update and you need help communicating with Support team, please feel free to reach out via our contact form. It is a bug.
  4. Hi @uhohitsheidiho. Your source code is wrong - it still references the built-in domain as canonical. I'd take a screenshot and submit it to Support. But also if you change the built-in domain it likely will fix itself.
  5. Hi @NathanaelWard. The site is indexed (but isn't displaying) and it shows on other search engines, meaning you are experiencing the indexing issue discussed here.
  6. Hi @AnnaB12. Make sure to do 301 redirects pointing old content to new content. For example, /seed-management is indexed, but is a 404 on the new site. Keep an eye on Google Search Console. Google's documentation on site moves: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/crawling-indexing/site-move-with-url-changes
  7. To prevent confusion for beginners: Google does not "manually" generate descriptions, it is an automated process. Note, Google writing descriptions isn't inherently bad, it tries to choose parts of your content that match the user query. But if you write a good description, they will typically show your wording. The length of a meta description is not limited to 150-160 characters. Shorter or sometimes longer descriptions can be appropriate. Google's current documentation states: "There's no limit on how long a meta description can be, but the snippet is truncated in Google Search results as needed, typically to fit the device width." It is important to understand that including the “primary keyword you want to rank for” has no impact on page ranking. The URL Inspection Tool is meant for checking individual page status, not for routine checks of “all the URLs.” And requesting indexing does not guarantee quick updates or “refreshed data.” Refer to Google's documentation: URL inspection tool: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289 Page descriptions: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/appearance/snippet
  8. The reply above might mislead or confuse beginners: The length of a meta description is not limited to 150-160 characters. Shorter or sometimes longer descriptions can be appropriate. Google's documentation currently states: "There's no limit on how long a meta description can be, but the snippet is truncated in Google Search results as needed, typically to fit the device width." It is important to understand that including the “main keyword you want to rank for” has no impact on page ranking. The URL Inspection Tool is meant for checking individual page status, not for routine checks of “all URLs.” And requesting indexing does not guarantee quick updates in search results or “refreshed data.” For up-to-date info refer to Google documentation: Page descriptions: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/appearance/snippet URL inspection tool: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289
  9. When you create an internal link you'll want to make sure the toggle for "open link in new tab" is toggled off. It tries to auto-detect external and internal links--but currently, it isn't detecting all internal links. Good luck!
  10. Hi there. The target="_blank" attribute tells a browser to open a link in a new tab.
  11. Hi @Ash_B based on above, you disallowed crawling. Visit Settings > Crawlers and toggle back on.
  12. You only need to submit this sitemap: https://www.juliapylak.com/sitemap.xml
  13. Hi @48thmediaco if the site is new, ensure Google accounts are setup (search console, business page, etc) and give it some time. FWIW you'll want to update the "get started" button on Services.
  14. Hi @wzrdofthestnk. This solution works: https://ryandejaegher.com/fix-amazon-affiliate-links-in-squarespace/
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