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  1. Sifat_SEOSpace's post in Weglot and Subdomain was marked as the answer   
    Hi @LANGEUNDLANGE,
    I'm glad to help you. Below, I've added insights that might be helpful:
    Using Weglot for a multilingual website with the same content, Google recognizes the unique pages and does not consider them duplicates.  You do not need to create subdomains. Weglot automatically translates and displays your content, ensuring that each page is unique and indexed correctly by Google. But if you want to set up language-specific subdomains (e.g., a French website would be https://fr.websitename/French), then you need to create a subdomain. Would you mind letting me know? If you've any further questions, don't hesitate to ask.
    Thanks,
    Sadul Sifat
     
  2. Sifat_SEOSpace's post in Resources for Improving SEO Knowledge was marked as the answer   
    Hi - @jarrettweber,
    I'm Happy to help. Below, I've added a few potential insights and resources that might be helpful:
    Keyword Research: 
    Keywords are the foundation of SEO. They help you understand what your audience is interested in and how they search for your products or services. You can use tools like Google Keyword Planner or Ahrefs to find keywords with good search volumes and relatively low competition.  For more information, you can check this webinar: Keyword Research - Live SEOSpace Webinar. Quality Content: Quality content attracts and retains visitors, encouraging them to engage with your site. Google favors content that is helpful and relevant to users.
    On-Page SEO: 
    On-page SEO helps search engines understand your content better and determine its relevance to search queries. Ensure each page has a unique title and description incorporating your main keywords. Use header tags (H1, H2, etc.) to structure your content.  Check out these videos for guidance: How to Optimize H1s for SEO on Squarespace. How to Edit and Optimize Meta Description How to Edit and Optimize SEO Titles in Squarespace Off-Page SEO:
    Link buildings are a major ranking factor for search engines. They signal that other websites consider your content valuable and trustworthy. You can check out this article: What Is Link Building and Why Does It Matter?. Technical SEO:
    Technical SEO improvements help search engines access, crawl, interpret, and index your website without any problems, which is crucial for ranking. Improve your website's loading speed, ensure it is mobile-friendly, secure it with HTTPS, create a sitemap.xml, and optimize your robots.txt file. Regularly audit your site to find and fix crawl errors. You can use SEOSpace's tools, like the SEO audit feature, to identify and rectify technical issues. Their site audit tools are specifically designed for Squarespace platforms.
     
    Following these steps will create a strong SEO foundation that enhances your website's visibility and attracts more organic traffic. Remember, SEO is an iterative process that requires ongoing adjustments to improve website visibility.

    Thanks,
    Sifat
  3. Sifat_SEOSpace's post in Squarespace domain showing on Google search instead of custom domain was marked as the answer   
    Hi- @ps_michael

    I understand your concern. Let me help you with this matter. Here are a couple of potential insights that might help you:
    I checked the Squarespace official document and didn't find any related reason for domain changes (you can check it here). Is your custom domain set up as the primary domain? If not, you can make your custom domain the primary domain (you can check this resource). Did you make any changes to the DNS settings? This could trigger this issue. Unfortunately, Squarespace does not permit us to edit sitemap and robots.txt files, so we cannot make any manual changes. If you require further clarification, please don't hesitate to ask.

    Thanks,
    Sadul Sifat.
  4. Sifat_SEOSpace's post in SEO descriptions - It's showing old ones and only one of the new one was marked as the answer   
    Hello, @harlowbogie

    Thank you for getting back to me.
     
    To address your requirement, you can follow these steps:
    Since your website is now on Squarespace, the WordPress website should no longer be working. Note: If your domain name registrar is different from Squarespace, ensure that you remove the old hosting information from the domain's DNS settings. If both the domain name and hosting are controlled by Squarespace, there is no need to worry about it. Send removal requests through Google Search Console for those URLs that don't exist on your new website. Google Search Console Screenshot: https://prnt.sc/8Up5Zt_fsD-5 Additionally, you may find the following resources helpful:
    Google Support Documentation: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9689846?hl=en Squarespace 301 Redirection: https://youtu.be/XkFcD9EukBY?si=q9GRNH6C3u6ck7eF Thank you,
    Sadul Sifat
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