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33 replies
  1. Dulce Paulino
    Dulce Paulino says:

    Great Content in all your videos. I have learned quite a lot with you. 
    I have great difficulty in SEO, specially with blogs. Every time I change blog and I can create new  content and I change the met tags and site description, the last blog will come up under those same site description and meta tags. 
    Could you please tell me what can I do for this not to happen. As I would like google to promote my other blogs too, not jus the most recent one.

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  2. Wendy Meagher
    Wendy Meagher says:

    Thank you so much for such an informative YouTube on Weebly. I just finished a website for an annual car show at our church, and need to get as many folks out there to visit it. With your help, this job will be much easier. Thank you again!

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  3. TyLe Mazur
    TyLe Mazur says:

    that was great video. nice and clear and good information. you could easily follow along on a split screen. thank you.
    i liked the last part about the google auto search part and then going to the bottom of the search results to get more keyword ideas.

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  4. Amy Thompson
    Amy Thompson says:

    I've just stumbled across your video and I have found it super helpful until you mention the register.com thing.. I've been blogging for a year and as far as I new I'd done everything needed.. however I've never been told about the resister.com and now I'm confused as to what I do? sorry if it sounds stupid.. I love my blog and everything about it but just simply wanted to find something to help me with seo (could you possibly help?) – Amy

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  5. A
    A says:

    Hey Sam, Thank you for your quick response but it doesn't work. No prompt that says skip the tour. Thank you anyway for your kindness.

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  6. Wildlife Planet
    Wildlife Planet says:

    Just wanted to say thank you, you didn't waste my time with useless garbage, wordage or the bells and whistles. Great job and it was tremendously informative and appreciated. Thanks!

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  7. Jesusandbible
    Jesusandbible says:

    What happened to me was, I got all the way through the verification process (with a Godaddy website name), but I was NOT automatically given a header and footer code for my Weebly website itself. Now I seem to have verified it, BUT the last bit of inserting header and footer codes was not offered. Is this because it is not necessary? It said…..

    Add a website property
    Here is how to add a website to your Search Console account. Be sure to review the entire checklist of actions to ensure that you get the most out of Search Console for your website.

    To add a website:

    In the Search Console home page, click the Add a property button and type the URL of the site or portion of the site for which you want data. Specify the URL exactly as it appears in the browser bar, including the final / mark. See What URL should I use? below for more details. Note that you must be able to prove that you own the site or section of that site.
    Click Continue to open the Site verification page.

    Select a verification method to prove that you own the site and follow the verification instructions on the page. Google-hosted sites (such as Blogger or Sites pages) are automatically verified. More about verification.

    If your site supports multiple protocols (http:// and https://), you must add each as a separate site. Similarly, if you support multiple domains (for example example.com, m.example.com, and http://www.example.com) you must add each one as a separate site. Additional steps:
    If you support both www and non-www, be sure to specify your preferred domain (www or non-www).
    If you support other variations in your domain or protocol (m.example.com, http://example.com, https://example.com), consider picking canonical urls.

    So…… if no header or footer code is offered, can we assume they are not necessary as they come under the AUTOMATICALLY VERIFIED criteria???

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