About Crazyhaggis
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587 followers Joined March 2018
Just completed my first year at WA and still learning lol.

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Hi there I've forgotten, where can I find my WA login details?

Hi Ann, if you can not find your login details, you can always start a new account relating to your website.
Some web browsers, like Opera do keep a list of your logins, and passwords. You access them by answering a specific question to you.
Not sure which browser you are using.
You may also ask site support for assistance.

All the best,
Michael

If you haven't written them down then do a lost password request or as I do save the login details so they are there automatically when you login. Bad practice I know but it is a fairly secure password.

Hi everyone. My name is Stanley Malisaba from Uganda. I have just picked interest in Wealth Affiliate and have made a decision to join as a member. I need your help, am at your service. How do I proceed from here? I thank you all.

Have you started the OEC Training Level 1 Lesson 1? If no, I would highly recommend starting there. You can access it from the banner at the top of your page here. Or you can click on Training on the left-hand menu

Hi Stanley,
As mentioned by Chrystopher, it is best you follow the training. This will outline your starting point, and help you along the way. If you ever run into any problems, here at WA we are a very helpful community. Ask questions, just like you are doing.

I just glanced at your profile. You are a very qualified person. I also would recommend you become a premium member to gain the full benefits, and advantages WA has to offer.

Next to building your website. Find something your are passionate about, and pick a niche you feel will benefit you the most.

You will do great here.

All the best,
Michael

You can click on your Profile Image (top-left) and then on Account Settings.

Thankyou

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Where do I find my wealthy affiliate login details?

Where do I find my wealthy affiliate login details?

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Hi there I've forgotten, where can I find my WA login details?

Hi Ann, if you can not find your login details, you can always start a new account relating to your website.
Some web browsers, like Opera do keep a list of your logins, and passwords. You access them by answering a specific question to you.
Not sure which browser you are using.
You may also ask site support for assistance.

All the best,
Michael

If you haven't written them down then do a lost password request or as I do save the login details so they are there automatically when you login. Bad practice I know but it is a fairly secure password.

Hi everyone. My name is Stanley Malisaba from Uganda. I have just picked interest in Wealth Affiliate and have made a decision to join as a member. I need your help, am at your service. How do I proceed from here? I thank you all.

Have you started the OEC Training Level 1 Lesson 1? If no, I would highly recommend starting there. You can access it from the banner at the top of your page here. Or you can click on Training on the left-hand menu

Hi Stanley,
As mentioned by Chrystopher, it is best you follow the training. This will outline your starting point, and help you along the way. If you ever run into any problems, here at WA we are a very helpful community. Ask questions, just like you are doing.

I just glanced at your profile. You are a very qualified person. I also would recommend you become a premium member to gain the full benefits, and advantages WA has to offer.

Next to building your website. Find something your are passionate about, and pick a niche you feel will benefit you the most.

You will do great here.

All the best,
Michael

You can click on your Profile Image (top-left) and then on Account Settings.

Thankyou

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Checking Bing webmaster tools I am being told I have too many H1 tags on some of my posts. I don't actually make H1 tags on any posts as the largest tag size I use is H2, so ho

They may be talking about your category pages, which would contain multiple h1 tags on a single page because they are listing all your blog titles and excerpts.

Does it list specific pages that have multiple h1's?

You can check older content too. I used to use h1's for styling because it was big text (before I knew this wasn't a good idea).

this maybe a case of next post issues - if it is then don'tworry too much about it.
if you right click on the page and look at the source and search for <h1;> then see where the instances of them are you will be able to tell if it is other post headlines showing on a page.
i had this on my 'home' page with the blog roll showing a number of pot titles.
goodl uck
phil

Hey Ann

A site should never have more than one H1 tag (though some members here may want to argue, this is what was taught back in the HTML days).

Your theme already should have designated your titles as H1, so there should be no need of your coding any more titles with that code.

Here's a blog post to explain what I was taught: Hope you find this helpful.

I sometime break H1 H2 H3 H4 kinda randomly, when I want to emphasise or make some text in BOLD for example, I use the other levels... even "structurally" doesn't make much sense... besides... SEO loves it!

What do you do about too many h1 tags?

What do you do about too many h1 tags?

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Checking Bing webmaster tools I am being told I have too many H1 tags on some of my posts. I don't actually make H1 tags on any posts as the largest tag size I use is H2, so ho

They may be talking about your category pages, which would contain multiple h1 tags on a single page because they are listing all your blog titles and excerpts.

Does it list specific pages that have multiple h1's?

You can check older content too. I used to use h1's for styling because it was big text (before I knew this wasn't a good idea).

this maybe a case of next post issues - if it is then don'tworry too much about it.
if you right click on the page and look at the source and search for <h1;> then see where the instances of them are you will be able to tell if it is other post headlines showing on a page.
i had this on my 'home' page with the blog roll showing a number of pot titles.
goodl uck
phil

Hey Ann

A site should never have more than one H1 tag (though some members here may want to argue, this is what was taught back in the HTML days).

Your theme already should have designated your titles as H1, so there should be no need of your coding any more titles with that code.

Here's a blog post to explain what I was taught: Hope you find this helpful.

I sometime break H1 H2 H3 H4 kinda randomly, when I want to emphasise or make some text in BOLD for example, I use the other levels... even "structurally" doesn't make much sense... besides... SEO loves it!

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In my never ending quest of trying to understand the Great Google God, I have yet another question.

I’ve noticed my Pinterest pins will appear quite highly ranked i

I've heard that the keyword ranking on Pinterest is a lot easier to rank for than an article so, I can only assume that is why. It's suppose to be the same for YouTube too.

Hi Crazyhaggis,
Blog and pins are treated differently by Google, if your pin is helpful, it got repinned tens of times for sure, it helped to your traffic a lot thus getting a higher rank. Probably your post didn’t get enough traffic for a better rank.
Hope this helps,
Tom

Hey Ann,

If any of us ever discover Google's secrets as to why their scripts do what they do, we could make a fortune... 'cept, once the word got out, they'd go and change how they do things again.

Google searching your question "my Pinterest pins will appear quite highly ranked in keyword searches, but the actual post written for that keyword doesn’t" I found the post shared 4th in search results... shown in the screen print below, that appears to explain what might be happening to your pins ranking well.

Running the same search and reading through that one post may offer you fuller details, I'm sure of it.

Hope you find this helpful.

Hi Trish thanks for this info. It seems that the website you pointed me to gives the answer quite succinctly as follows:-

"This is because Google LOVES Pinterest, and is far more likely to give top rankings to a Pinterest board than a small website that doesn't get much traffic or engagement'.

Another reminder my site is just a small fish in a very big pond....sigh!

Still, on a positive note it is another opportunity to get posts ranked. I have quite a few that are ranking well from Pinterest pins now.

And, this serves to prove to all of us that social media links really DO work!

You're site won't be a small fish in a very big pond for long Ann, as long as you keep adding valuable content, your site will eventually rank in with the big fish, I'm sure of it. :-))

Thankyou

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Why does google rank my pinterest pin but not the post?

Why does google rank my pinterest pin but not the post?

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In my never ending quest of trying to understand the Great Google God, I have yet another question.

I’ve noticed my Pinterest pins will appear quite highly ranked i

I've heard that the keyword ranking on Pinterest is a lot easier to rank for than an article so, I can only assume that is why. It's suppose to be the same for YouTube too.

Hi Crazyhaggis,
Blog and pins are treated differently by Google, if your pin is helpful, it got repinned tens of times for sure, it helped to your traffic a lot thus getting a higher rank. Probably your post didn’t get enough traffic for a better rank.
Hope this helps,
Tom

Hey Ann,

If any of us ever discover Google's secrets as to why their scripts do what they do, we could make a fortune... 'cept, once the word got out, they'd go and change how they do things again.

Google searching your question "my Pinterest pins will appear quite highly ranked in keyword searches, but the actual post written for that keyword doesn’t" I found the post shared 4th in search results... shown in the screen print below, that appears to explain what might be happening to your pins ranking well.

Running the same search and reading through that one post may offer you fuller details, I'm sure of it.

Hope you find this helpful.

Hi Trish thanks for this info. It seems that the website you pointed me to gives the answer quite succinctly as follows:-

"This is because Google LOVES Pinterest, and is far more likely to give top rankings to a Pinterest board than a small website that doesn't get much traffic or engagement'.

Another reminder my site is just a small fish in a very big pond....sigh!

Still, on a positive note it is another opportunity to get posts ranked. I have quite a few that are ranking well from Pinterest pins now.

And, this serves to prove to all of us that social media links really DO work!

You're site won't be a small fish in a very big pond for long Ann, as long as you keep adding valuable content, your site will eventually rank in with the big fish, I'm sure of it. :-))

Thankyou

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