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Marston-Gould

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  1. I'm sure someone from Squarespace will tell me that as a platform, Google treats them differently than the rest of the world - or that in fact, SS is 'special'. Google not to long ago released Core Web Vitals. They have a good explanation of what this is here: https://web.dev/vitals/ Don't be fooled, web.dev is Google, not some third party. Guess what, Google doesn't treat Squarespace any different from any other website - whether it uses custom Javascript, PhP, Asp.net or other code vs. a builder CMS like SS, Wix, Weebly. They are all the same in the eyes of Google. So
  2. Google does not rank a page on individual sections. Google evaluates all of the content on a page in context and then determines based on that content whether or not it would be related to any queries that someone makes. Sometimes this is done on the fly using Rank Brain. But in general, it keeps the content in an index and evaluates it as a page - not as page sections. You can hide sections of pages from search engines and in some cases this might be appropriate, for instance if those sections have private information on them.
  3. Site URL: https://www.cuiline.com I'm looking for a way for when someone completes a paid booking through acuity (squarespace scheduler), they are given the option of posting their purchase on Facebook (and potentially giving them a unique discount code to use) Possible? Custom code? 3rd party solution? Zapier/IFTTT motion?
  4. Site URL: https://www.cuiline.com Hi folks - I've recently joined a company that uses Squarespace for their website. They have set up the Google AdWords Conversion tracking on the website. Its been a while since I used Squarespace, but I think this all done through dropping in an account code. The conversion event is firing on essentially every page - none of which are really conversions. They don't exactly match page views either, but I'm guessing this is closer to what is being measured. In their conversion process, the user is sent off to a subdomain that is: https://app.
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