I needed to find a comment that I had made several weeks ago. I had put a lot of thought into the comment and needed that information for personal use but had not written it down. But, I didn't know where I could find a list of my prior comments.I have been with WA since October 2016. Why didn't I know where to find this back logged information? Heck if I know. I guess because this was the first time I have needed to revisit an old comments post. So I went to Live Chat and received an answer fr
I'm not receiving hits on my website according to Google Analytics. I'm receiving a message from Analytics that my site is not tagged correctly. Analytics also tells me that Google Tag Assistant Recordings can help me tag my site correctly.Do I need Google Tag Assistant Recording? What other things may be keeping my site from receiving hits?Thanks, for any ideas you have!
Which of the following keyword results for an article would be best to use and why?This first result has a lot of searches and traffic, but also a good bit of competition.Keywords #1: Increase the VolumeSearches - 8867Traffic - 1508 Competition - 288 Article Power - 8.8 PPC Power - 7.3 Keywords #2: What is an Amp Plug?This result has less searches and traffic, but hardly any competition. Searches - 125Traffic - 22Competition - 1Article Power - 8PPC Power - 7.05This article is about practicing t
I want more website comments!I realize we should use the Site Comments area to receive comments for our websites. In order to receive one comment, we have to give two comments. I understand why this is important. We want to encourage a give and take support system on WA.But sometimes I give two comments, to receive one, and the one I get is generic and does not speak to the topic of the page or post. So, I have to give two more comments to get one. This means that sometimes I have to give 4 co
One of my Home Page Menus on my guitar website is named BEGINNERS. When you hover over it, a list of second-level menus appear. One of them is named ARTICLES FOR BEGINNERS. When you hover over this second-level menu, a list of third-level menus appear.My second-level ARTICLES FOR BEGINNERS is blank. The page has no text. 1. If I make the relationship link for this page a nofollow page, and check the box "open in a new tab," will this affect Google's ability to find my third-level menus and adve
When we put images in posts and pages and edit the image's information, should be put a check in the "Open link in a new tab" box? Why or why not? What is the advantage or disadvantage of checking the box?
I have a home Menu with 6 menu items. I have sub-pages under these 6 menus. And then I have sub-sub-pages under the sub-pages.Many of my sub-pages are blank, having no content. But the sub-sub-pages under the sub-pages have content. 1. Should I have narrative content in the sub-pages, or should I leave them blank since they point to sub-sub pages that contain content? 2. Or, should I check the "no follow" box for the sub-pages? Would checking "no follow" on the sub-pages confuse Google in rec
I'm in the guitar niche. I purchase most of my guitar gear at a local guitar shop. I told the owner what I was doing as an Affiliate Marketer and suggested that we work out a business relationship. I would advertise his site on my guitar website and he would give me a cut if someone bought equipment from him from the advertisement on my website. He does not participate in an affiliate marketing program, but was interested in working with me.I thought I could advertise some of his products at un
I'm thinking about turning my front page website posts into pages, and then putting them throughout my website, where appropriate, so that I will have a higher percentage of site content. Is there any reason why I shouldn't do this? The reason I'm asking this is because I've just applied for an affiliate relationship and one of the requirements for approval is, "The site must have a significant amount of content that is unique to your site." I've been turned down by two affiliates and I think