My network :) always zero :) but I have :) friends?
Likely a temporary glitch!
Looks correct on my end, let me know if this persists.
Where does it show zero?
I add :) An image!
You may need to empty the browser cache, refresh and try again. Try URL in a different browser or mobile device.
Abie :) I just did :) It is still :) The same?
I reach out to Carson on their profile space and let them know.
Abie! :) Thanks :) I really appreciate :) Your time!
No worries, I hope you figure it out soon!
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Which is better :) to have :) clickable or :) anchored?
Clickable or :) Anchored?
Anchors and Links go together. When someone clicks a link they are sent to an Anchor.
This post might help a little... An Introduction To Anchors In WordPress :-)
Do you mean links?
clickable or anchored what....
I don't :) Understand
what do you want clickable or anchored....
you are not telling us what you want...
images, buttons, links, sidebar, menu, what element....
Depends what's the purpose?
Clickable, you may want your visitor click and visit another resource.
Anchored, you want folks to shift to a piece of content within the same webpage, for example a table of contents for your post.
Resource How To Make A Clickable Button Using The Block Editor https://www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/how-to-easily-add-anchor-links-in-wordpress-step-by-step/
Who decides :) to rank my :) content?
Google or :) Users?
Hi Lara, the answer is both! Initially the Search Engines choose how to rank your content based on the quality and relevancy to a search (keyword) entered by the end-user. But as users engage with your content (or don't), the search engines base their decisions on that too.
How long are people on a page?
How often is the page updated (by the content owner - you - or the end-user via comments?
How fast is your website?
Is your site optimized for mobile devices?
+ many other things
Ultimately it comes down to the quality of the content and relevancy of the content to the end-user who searched for a related keyword in Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.
Once your content is published, you're never "done" with it. You will want to keep the content updated, and always ask users to comment on your content. Try to get users to "engage" with you and leave you questions etc. Your initial content may be 800 or 1500 words, but the words in comments could be 1000's more words, helping your article to become "Pillar" content and rank extremely well.
Great question - and maybe the real answer is "YOU"...You decide who ranks your content based on the quality of the content.
Thanks :) Carson! :) I really appreciate :) Your response :) On my question! :) And your :) Time!
Carson :) Can you please :) Check? :) Thanks! My network :) always zero :) but I have :) friends?
Thanks :) Abie is :) Great!
Search engines and users.
Users may comment on your posts, showing search engines your content is getting engagement.
Abie :) Thanks :) I appreciate :) Your time!
You're very welcome!
How can I install my google analytics for a new site?
I forgot how to do it? Thanks
Looks like Abie answered you, Lara..
I use the Google Site Kit as a plug in and it connects me with everything Google.
How you got it done!
The SEO framework Setting Your Website Up for Search Engines (Using The SEO Framework) .
You can use the Ad Inserter plugin, as you do not want to edit your themes files directly as you will lose your changes when the theme updates or if you change your theme. How To Use The Ad Inserter Plugin .
How to insert code for Google Analytics
Thanks! :) Let me try!
Let me know how you get on, make sure you paste the whole code in the header section of your Ad Inserter, put the green light on and save changes.
What are impressions? how many impressions?
Are good? How are impressions measured? Thanks
I don't pay much attention to impressions. They are difficult to measure due to all the metrics each site may use to trigger the impressions counter. Depending on the items on the page, a single page could count as 5 or more impressions, even though it's one consumer on one page! What use is that number!
Impressions are, at the summary level, the number of times a website snippet (or, in the details, specific keywords and pages) have appeared as a result of search queries. Each impression could be ranking anywhere in the total number of sites found in response to a particular search query and therefore doesn't tell you if someone has actually seen the impression.
Thanks Richard! :) I appreciate :) Your response!
Resource What is the 'impressions' metric in gsc telling you?
I hope this helps and let me know how you get on.
Thanks Abie! :) I appreciate :) Your response!
You're very welcome, Lara!