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My name is karima, I’m 29 years old. I am a researcher in her last year of Ph.D. I currently live in Budapest. I speak

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Dear All,

Does anyone want to let me know how the SEO works, I did publish the About me section, and the privacy Policy since Longtime ago and none of them has been ind

Hey Karima,
How are you? Hope you're doing well.

Lula (CountessCtry) is right. You should ignore the red colour in the photo you attached. I'll explain why in a bit.

Monica (mbouteiller) showed you the response she got on WordPress Forum, but I understand that it may be too technical and fluffy for you to understand, and I don't mean it in a bad way — it's just that you've only been around for a few months, so it's completely natural.

Okay, here's the deal.

(1) When we say a page got "indexed", it means it's now visible to search engines like Google and Bing.

In other words, they may now come up in the result pages when someone searches for a relevant keyword.

You really don't care about your "About Me" and "Privacy Policy" pages getting indexed, because no one will come to your website from searching these keywords on Google!

These pages are only important for visitors who are ALREADY on your site, so they can navigate to them if they wish to have a look.

What you want to get indexed, rather, is your informative articles and product reviews. Does that make sense?


(2) The photo you attached is your SEO plugin recommending some changes to your posts.

"TG" stands for Title Generated. It's the title of your article.

The red colour you're seeing means that the title of your post is classified as "far too long", but as Lula (CountessCtry) said, this is not something to worry about.

The common convention is that it's good SEO practice to keep your article titles under a certain length, but the truth is that it doesn't really matter that much.

If the article title is too long, Google will just truncate it to an appropriate length, and that's what Monica (mbouteiller) said in her response to your question.

For example, if the following title is too long:

"Top 10 Tips to Make Money Online by Just Typing Text Messages on Your Phone (It Really Works!) | Work From Home)"

Google may truncate it to:

"Top 10 Tips to Make Money Online by Just Typing... | Work From Home"

No one wants their title to get truncated, but a truncated title may actually get people interested in knowing what your article is about.

If you think about it, truncation creates interest and curiosity, so it may be a good thing after all!

Don't worry about it Karima.

Very good explanation!

Hi Karima and welcome to WA I'm at around the same stage as you and find your question interesting. You could probably skip along to this topic in your training hub. I think it may involve tags which I am trying to figure out ( based on your niche ) I am creating videos using Open ai with Visla plug-in mostly for free to post on TikTok Instagram etc with a link in my Bio to my WA.
Best of Luck Mike ; )

Hi Karima,

I was seeing similar to what you show in your attached image. I questioned WordPress Forum and they responded with...

Hi Monica!
We use different colors in the plugin to convey meaning:
• Red is an error that you must resolve.
• Yellow is a non-critical warning that you may want to address.
• Green is good.
• Blue is informational and situational.
• Gray is undefined or unprocessable.

TSF warns about unbranded titles because Google is prone to replace your titles, regardless of whether they’re the correct length. You are free to ignore this warning.

But, if your site name is “Example Site Name”, and your custom page title is “My page title that is about 60 characters long now and fits,” Google will likely replace it with “My page title that is about 60… – Example Site Name” in Google Search, stripping the “characters long now and fits” part.

From Google’s documentation:

Brand your titles concisely. […] Consider including […] your site name at the beginning or end of each <title> element, separated from the rest of the text with a delimiter such as a hyphen, colon, or pipe, like this:

<title>ExampleSocialSite: Sign up for a new account.</title>

We test every title to see whether it includes the custom “Site Title” set at “SEO Settings > Title Settings > Additions,” which defaults to the value set at “WordPress Settings > General Settings > Site Title.” I chose the blue color because there are situations where it’s better to leave out the brand name.

Regards,
Monica


here is the photo

Howdy! You can ignore it.

That's a great response :)

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Regarding indexing by google, time need it, and seo?

Regarding indexing by google, time need it, and seo?

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Dear All,

Does anyone want to let me know how the SEO works, I did publish the About me section, and the privacy Policy since Longtime ago and none of them has been ind

Hey Karima,
How are you? Hope you're doing well.

Lula (CountessCtry) is right. You should ignore the red colour in the photo you attached. I'll explain why in a bit.

Monica (mbouteiller) showed you the response she got on WordPress Forum, but I understand that it may be too technical and fluffy for you to understand, and I don't mean it in a bad way — it's just that you've only been around for a few months, so it's completely natural.

Okay, here's the deal.

(1) When we say a page got "indexed", it means it's now visible to search engines like Google and Bing.

In other words, they may now come up in the result pages when someone searches for a relevant keyword.

You really don't care about your "About Me" and "Privacy Policy" pages getting indexed, because no one will come to your website from searching these keywords on Google!

These pages are only important for visitors who are ALREADY on your site, so they can navigate to them if they wish to have a look.

What you want to get indexed, rather, is your informative articles and product reviews. Does that make sense?


(2) The photo you attached is your SEO plugin recommending some changes to your posts.

"TG" stands for Title Generated. It's the title of your article.

The red colour you're seeing means that the title of your post is classified as "far too long", but as Lula (CountessCtry) said, this is not something to worry about.

The common convention is that it's good SEO practice to keep your article titles under a certain length, but the truth is that it doesn't really matter that much.

If the article title is too long, Google will just truncate it to an appropriate length, and that's what Monica (mbouteiller) said in her response to your question.

For example, if the following title is too long:

"Top 10 Tips to Make Money Online by Just Typing Text Messages on Your Phone (It Really Works!) | Work From Home)"

Google may truncate it to:

"Top 10 Tips to Make Money Online by Just Typing... | Work From Home"

No one wants their title to get truncated, but a truncated title may actually get people interested in knowing what your article is about.

If you think about it, truncation creates interest and curiosity, so it may be a good thing after all!

Don't worry about it Karima.

Very good explanation!

Hi Karima and welcome to WA I'm at around the same stage as you and find your question interesting. You could probably skip along to this topic in your training hub. I think it may involve tags which I am trying to figure out ( based on your niche ) I am creating videos using Open ai with Visla plug-in mostly for free to post on TikTok Instagram etc with a link in my Bio to my WA.
Best of Luck Mike ; )

Hi Karima,

I was seeing similar to what you show in your attached image. I questioned WordPress Forum and they responded with...

Hi Monica!
We use different colors in the plugin to convey meaning:
• Red is an error that you must resolve.
• Yellow is a non-critical warning that you may want to address.
• Green is good.
• Blue is informational and situational.
• Gray is undefined or unprocessable.

TSF warns about unbranded titles because Google is prone to replace your titles, regardless of whether they’re the correct length. You are free to ignore this warning.

But, if your site name is “Example Site Name”, and your custom page title is “My page title that is about 60 characters long now and fits,” Google will likely replace it with “My page title that is about 60… – Example Site Name” in Google Search, stripping the “characters long now and fits” part.

From Google’s documentation:

Brand your titles concisely. […] Consider including […] your site name at the beginning or end of each <title> element, separated from the rest of the text with a delimiter such as a hyphen, colon, or pipe, like this:

<title>ExampleSocialSite: Sign up for a new account.</title>

We test every title to see whether it includes the custom “Site Title” set at “SEO Settings > Title Settings > Additions,” which defaults to the value set at “WordPress Settings > General Settings > Site Title.” I chose the blue color because there are situations where it’s better to leave out the brand name.

Regards,
Monica


here is the photo

Howdy! You can ignore it.

That's a great response :)

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Dear All,
Does anyone know how to create a general contact form in my website ?
Thank you very much

You can also check this out - no plug in required.

Thank you for your reply.
I appreciate that.
I will have a look to the video.
Thank you

there are plugins that add a form block that can be used as a contact form....
i think kadence blocks or ultimate blocks may be two that have form blocks in them...

Thank you for your reply

Hi Karima. You will need a plugin. This article should help:

https://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/how-to-create-a-contact-form-in-wordpress/

Thank you for your reply.
I appreciate you.

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General contact form in the website?

General contact form in the website?

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Dear All,
Does anyone know how to create a general contact form in my website ?
Thank you very much

You can also check this out - no plug in required.

Thank you for your reply.
I appreciate that.
I will have a look to the video.
Thank you

there are plugins that add a form block that can be used as a contact form....
i think kadence blocks or ultimate blocks may be two that have form blocks in them...

Thank you for your reply

Hi Karima. You will need a plugin. This article should help:

https://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/how-to-create-a-contact-form-in-wordpress/

Thank you for your reply.
I appreciate you.

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Dear All,

I wrote an article by myself with 5 heading. When I copy it in the section of the article. Only 4 headings (less). Does anyone know how to inform me, how many

Hi Karima! I answered this question in live chat earlier, but I think you may have left already. Here is what I said:

I don't think there is a hard/fast rule on # of headings for articles you write yourself. It should be enough to convey your message and break up the article into logical sections that flow well from one to the next.

As to why one of your headings would disappear, I'm not sure. Could have to do with the process you used to copy it. If you can explain more about what steps you took, we might be able to help figure it out.

Hi,
Thank you for your reply.
Well, I did not seen yet the live chat answer, I have left.
When I go to write an article,. add content. My article has 5 headlines.
when I copied my content, and pasted it into the section of Add content, Only 4 headline appeared or even less than that.
Do you have any idea to fix it ?
Thank you very much.
Regards

When you write your article, are you starting here on the WA platform, or going into Wordpress? I'm trying to understand why you are copying your content, and where you are copying from/to.

I m writing my article by my own in a word format, then When i Try to copy it into the Add content section, that problem appears. I did not go to wordpress. I m using only the plateform

Oh, maybe it is being caused by Word. There is a lot of hidden formatting and hidden characters in Word documents that might not translate well into the content editor here on WA. Maybe some others who use Word will chime in on this thread. Or you might try pasting first into a plain text editor, like Notepad, and then into the content editor. But then you will have to change headings back to headings, and re-bold things, etc.

Sure. I will try that and update you.
Thank you for your reply.

Hi KarimaSS,

That sounds like a weird problem? I have had a similar problem when copying articles to my website but I have got around it by typing it there, instead of copying. The only sensible answer as to be your website format. As this just started to happen or as it been happening all the time?

Hi,
Do you mean that your face this problem before ? Right ?

I normally write content and when I copy it and paste it on my website I get changes. But nothing disappears? Other issues I've had were resolved by changing my website theme?

Where you write your content

I create my content on the platform but while I'm researching, I tend to paste it in Word until I'm ready to transfer and complete. I hope that helps with your problem?

Thank you

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Regarding length and heading for an article ?

Regarding length and heading for an article ?

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Dear All,

I wrote an article by myself with 5 heading. When I copy it in the section of the article. Only 4 headings (less). Does anyone know how to inform me, how many

Hi Karima! I answered this question in live chat earlier, but I think you may have left already. Here is what I said:

I don't think there is a hard/fast rule on # of headings for articles you write yourself. It should be enough to convey your message and break up the article into logical sections that flow well from one to the next.

As to why one of your headings would disappear, I'm not sure. Could have to do with the process you used to copy it. If you can explain more about what steps you took, we might be able to help figure it out.

Hi,
Thank you for your reply.
Well, I did not seen yet the live chat answer, I have left.
When I go to write an article,. add content. My article has 5 headlines.
when I copied my content, and pasted it into the section of Add content, Only 4 headline appeared or even less than that.
Do you have any idea to fix it ?
Thank you very much.
Regards

When you write your article, are you starting here on the WA platform, or going into Wordpress? I'm trying to understand why you are copying your content, and where you are copying from/to.

I m writing my article by my own in a word format, then When i Try to copy it into the Add content section, that problem appears. I did not go to wordpress. I m using only the plateform

Oh, maybe it is being caused by Word. There is a lot of hidden formatting and hidden characters in Word documents that might not translate well into the content editor here on WA. Maybe some others who use Word will chime in on this thread. Or you might try pasting first into a plain text editor, like Notepad, and then into the content editor. But then you will have to change headings back to headings, and re-bold things, etc.

Sure. I will try that and update you.
Thank you for your reply.

Hi KarimaSS,

That sounds like a weird problem? I have had a similar problem when copying articles to my website but I have got around it by typing it there, instead of copying. The only sensible answer as to be your website format. As this just started to happen or as it been happening all the time?

Hi,
Do you mean that your face this problem before ? Right ?

I normally write content and when I copy it and paste it on my website I get changes. But nothing disappears? Other issues I've had were resolved by changing my website theme?

Where you write your content

I create my content on the platform but while I'm researching, I tend to paste it in Word until I'm ready to transfer and complete. I hope that helps with your problem?

Thank you

See more comments

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Dear All,
I m preparing my very first article for Blog Post? Does anyone advice , or recommend how I can insert good and quality image ? Do you search images through googl

Hi Karima! There are a variety of way to get images for your website. Through the Site Content editor here at WA, there is an image library of thousands of royalty-free images you can use. You can also search Google and other sites, you have to be careful to only use images that are royalty-free. You can also use AI tools to create custom images, or you can take pictures yourself with a camera or phone. The training here at WA covers all of this in detail.

Here is one of Kyle's Premium training classes on using AI to create images. But as I said, there is other training if you use the search here, or go through the training in Hubs on how to setup your site.

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About good image in my article blog post?

About good image in my article blog post?

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Dear All,
I m preparing my very first article for Blog Post? Does anyone advice , or recommend how I can insert good and quality image ? Do you search images through googl

Hi Karima! There are a variety of way to get images for your website. Through the Site Content editor here at WA, there is an image library of thousands of royalty-free images you can use. You can also search Google and other sites, you have to be careful to only use images that are royalty-free. You can also use AI tools to create custom images, or you can take pictures yourself with a camera or phone. The training here at WA covers all of this in detail.

Here is one of Kyle's Premium training classes on using AI to create images. But as I said, there is other training if you use the search here, or go through the training in Hubs on how to setup your site.

See more comments

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Dear All,
Does anyone here is using The version of ChatGpt 4? I need help in very small thing.
I appreciate that
Thank you

Let us know what you need help with.

Nancy

I write you in Pm

What do you need help with Karima

I write you in Pm

I will answer your pm but I have a lot of pms to answer daily and it is a queue. If you write your questions here then everyone can benefit

I just want to ask Gpt 4 about my niche ( It is specific question ), I do not want to share it . And I would like to compare ChatGpt 3 to 4

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About chatgpt version 4?

About chatgpt version 4?

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Dear All,
Does anyone here is using The version of ChatGpt 4? I need help in very small thing.
I appreciate that
Thank you

Let us know what you need help with.

Nancy

I write you in Pm

What do you need help with Karima

I write you in Pm

I will answer your pm but I have a lot of pms to answer daily and it is a queue. If you write your questions here then everyone can benefit

I just want to ask Gpt 4 about my niche ( It is specific question ), I do not want to share it . And I would like to compare ChatGpt 3 to 4

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