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Old 12-21-2015, 09:07 PM
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Does my SEO work?


Sorry, I know you guys have hundreds of threads on this but I am lost. I am trying to figure out if the SEO is working on our site. I feel I have added the codes as stated but cannot find the link list.
activelifemed.com

Thank you in advance for your help
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Old 12-22-2015, 04:29 PM
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Sorry, I know you guys have hundreds of threads on this but I am lost. I am trying to figure out if the SEO is working on our site. I feel I have added the codes as stated but cannot find the link list.
activelifemed.com

Thank you in advance for your help
Micah
Hello Micah,

Ecwid is an AJAX application. In order to get your online store indexed by Google, Ecwid uses Google’s AJAX indexing (specification for indexing of AJAX applications).

We have ready Google AJAX indexing solution for our Wix, Wordpress and Joomla plugins’ users. In this case no additional measures are needed - if you have a paid Ecwid account, your store will automatically get to search results.

In case your website is standalone i.e. it’s not based on any ready platform, you should perform some action in order to setup Google AJAX indexing. As I understand, your website (link: http://activelifemed.com) is created as standalone and you used the method described in this article: Google AJAX indexing for your Ecwid store.

I inspected your website http://activelifemed.com In order to make sure Google AJAX indexing works correctly, I checked two options according the troubleshooting steps given in the following article http://help.ecwid.com/customer/porta...Xindexingworks

1) I opened your store page in a browser and checked its source code. There should be a fragment meta tag in the head section of the document (between the <head> and </head> tags):

<meta name="fragment" content="!" />

I found this tag in the source code of your site. Please, see the screenshot: http://take.ms/3Bxfe

2) I opened your website’s URL address with the ?_escaped_fragment_= element. The URL address should look like:
http://activelifemed.com?_escaped_fragment_=

I checked the source code of your website and unfortunately I didn't find the list of links to your store categories there. This fact indicates that Google AJAX indexing solution doesn't work properly on your site.

Recently Google announced that Google AJAX indexing specification is not required anymore for indexing of AJAX sites. You'll find more detailed information on the matter in this post on our forums: http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35739 So, if you are not sure how to fix the solution for Google AJAX indexing on your site, you can simply wait until Google natively indexes your Ecwid store. Please, mind that if you rely on native Google indexing, you will need to remove Google AJAX indexing scripts that you added on your site.

If you have other concerns, please feel free to write me back and it will be my pleasure to assist you further. Have a wonderful day!
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