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MyDigitalLandscape.com | Squarespace SEO Tips See this link for the 2017 updated video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaK7zWh0HGY.

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  1. Shane Irwin
    Shane Irwin says:

    Great video. Thanks for the info. My only beef is that et cetera is pronounced et cetera, not exetera, There's no x sound. Not like Excedrin. It's literally two words, et cetera. One of my pet peeves. Other than that, I'm really not a jerk. lol Thanks again for the video.

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  2. Harvey Cobb
    Harvey Cobb says:

    From talking to a few people, if you have a square space site, only way you can get it to show up on search engines, is to buy an google ad. Otherwise it will never show up.

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  3. Daniel Ladd
    Daniel Ladd says:

    Thank you so much this was really helpful, especially the %s %c %i This area was so confusing to me. The" just leave it alone" was the best advice I have heard today!

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  4. Mitchell Wright
    Mitchell Wright says:

    my site use to be at the top of search results and then suddenly disappeared. doesn't show up anywhere now unless i search the website address, so trying my best to resolve this issue. At around the 2:32 mark where you show the SEO section under settings you talk about the HOMEPAGE TITLE FORMAT, COLLECTION FORMAT, etc… and suggest just leaving these alone. Your video shows black buttons with "site name" and "collection title". When I go there it just displays "%s " and then "%c — %s" any idea what that is about? Is that normal and should I leave it alone? Thanks for the video and any advice!

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  5. R. Scott Duncan
    R. Scott Duncan says:

    I have a question about site title as well. I like my title but even if i put the line to separate what's after it shows on my website. Your example "squarespace talk | squarespace….Is there a way to hide it or are you making the font so large it only shows "Squarespace Talk" on your actual page?

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  6. Jamil Gotcher
    Jamil Gotcher says:

    For some reason I'm not able to add any description to the description fields on my squarespace website. When I click in the box it doesn't show that line that shows that your cursor has activated the box to type. What is the best way to contact Squarespace about this?

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  7. Anton Lagerblad
    Anton Lagerblad says:

    Hi, good video! I have a question about the site title. In the video you have the site tile "squarespace talk | squarespace…." but on the site the title is squarespace talk. I like my current title but is possible would like to add more key words in it without it showing on the main page. Is this possible?

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  8. Serge Daigneault
    Serge Daigneault says:

    Templates of Squarespace are great. SEO modules are not totally friendly user!
    1) What I expect from a SEO module is that I can add any title and description that I want freely. So, SS module oblige us to add a title tag in the Design Setting that add automatically the title to any page title meta. This is so bad. If my title is Greek New York Restaurant, this title tag will take already on each page 25 spaces from a maximum, of 55 that could be use for others important keywords. What a shame!  

    2) For the description, if I add it into the Page setting module, it showed on the page. The Description sees on the page and the meta description should be different.  

    Conclusion : In every SEO plug-in of others CMS, I can add a title and a description differents from that the text that show on the page. Even Wix is offering this feature. I have tried to input the meta description code with the advanced page setting and it is not working because the description taht it is show on the page is presented also as the meta name description. 

    Hope that some of you guys that present here nice support with nice words will be able to find a solution for a real problem.

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  9. Steinar Knai
    Steinar Knai says:

    I did not find this very clear. I am just starting out to have my site designed and I have found other videos describing SEO for WordPress much more informative.

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