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Old 06-09-2017, 01:18 PM
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Google doesn´t index WIX and Wekly


I like ECWID look and it is easy, but I used for one year 3 years ago and I didn´t sell naithing in the store.

I have read in Internet and people said, that Google doesn´t index WIX and the same said about ECWID.

In some Google answers to the clients about thes problems:


Ashley dijo:
Google can and does index Ajax - but it does require some configuration/escaped_fragments: https://support.google.com/webmaster...r/174992?hl=en

That may be going away though, from what I hear they are working on trying to do away with the special cases to make it easier to crawl Ajax. That said, as a user, I have a really hard time with Ajax - seems like a lot of platforms use it when it's totally not necessary and something like HTML 5 would be easier for all users and bots to render, regardless of device.

I want to know people experience with Index in Google, before I use EWCID again.
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Old 06-16-2017, 03:10 PM
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I like ECWID look and it is easy, but I used for one year 3 years ago and I didn´t sell naithing in the store.

I have read in Internet and people said, that Google doesn´t index WIX and the same said about ECWID.

In some Google answers to the clients about thes problems:


Ashley dijo:
Google can and does index Ajax - but it does require some configuration/escaped_fragments: https://support.google.com/webmaster...r/174992?hl=en

That may be going away though, from what I hear they are working on trying to do away with the special cases to make it easier to crawl Ajax. That said, as a user, I have a really hard time with Ajax - seems like a lot of platforms use it when it's totally not necessary and something like HTML 5 would be easier for all users and bots to render, regardless of device.

I want to know people experience with Index in Google, before I use EWCID again.
Hi,

It’s Daria from Ecwid Customer Care team.

We understand that the easier customers can find you on the Internet, the better it is for your store sales. We take care of SEO. Recently, we have enabled clean URLs which have changed the structure of links in Ecwid and they no longer contain #! symbols. Such URLs structure should be better indexed by Google. We announced this in our blog, please see the article here: https://www.ecwid.com/blog/new-clean...-in-ecwid.html

Wix have recently developed a possibility to switch the website to HTTPS. According to Google’s guides, websites running on https are preferable in indexation in comparison to those on http. You can see how to turn on SSL for your website here: https://support.wix.com/en/article/t...-for-your-site

Technically, there is nothing preventing the website and store from being indexed. From your side, you can take measures to speed up the indexation. That may include writing unique and user-friendly content, sharing the link to your website on other websites, sharing products on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, etc. You can find advice in our article here: https://support.ecwid.com/hc/en-us/a...09-SEO#SEOtips

More ideas on marketing and promotion can be found in our blog: https://www.ecwid.com/blog/marketing-and-promotion

If you have any other questions, feel free to write back. Thanks!
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