About Pio
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My name is Pio. In the year 2010, I moved with my wife and two kids from Samoa, a small island in the South Pacific,

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How do you you insert google analytic code in website?

How do you you insert google analytic code in website?

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I tried to find the latest step by step tutorial that is very simple and clear on how to insert Google analytic code in a website but could not. Is there one within our WA comm

The easiest way is to install the tiny plugin named "Header Footer Code Manager" and it will work for all your H\F code snippets.

If you need help filling in the info the plugin calls for PM me, I will help you with it.

Thank you so much for your help.
Kind regards,
Pio

For AIOSEO > General Settings > Webmaster tools tab > Add the “whole code” to the miscellaneous verification section and save changes.

Then I go here http://gachecker.com/ verify my tracking code is working.

Tutorials

Thanks so much for your usual help Abie. Much appreciated!
Pio

Most welcome!

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 insert code for Google Analytics
https://adinserter.pro/faq/how-to-insert-code-for-google-analytics

Thanks so much for your usual help Abie. Good to learn of many ways. Much appreciated!
Pio

Always a pleasure!

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Is a domain name with a hyphen good for seo?

Is a domain name with a hyphen good for seo?

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I am thinking of registering a new domain name with a hyphen and am not sure if it would be indexed well by Google etc?

It's not a good idea, Pio. I say that from experience. I picked a domain name with dashes when I started in WA and it has been a pain. Google won't care and it won't affect SEO. You type your domain name a lot and you will get sick of putting in that hyphen. It's just a drag and is not generally recommended.

It is your posts that draw traffic to your site more than the title of your website. Use a hyphen if that works for you.

Edwin

Good morning Pio,

Thank you for your question.

I would never purchase a domain with a dash or any abbreviation. People will never remember where the abbreviation is and will probably end up going to your competition!

A dash or any other abbreviation will make no difference to your SEO. However, although a domain name does not particularly make any difference to search engine optimisation, it's important to have a relevant domain. In other words, your domain should explain what your niche is.

For example, if I was looking for something on gardening and the domain had the word "cooking" within the domain, I probably wouldn't go there.

Wishing you every success.

Roy

I personally would not include dashes, however others may say it is okay to have one dash, people don't remember a dash when they start typing a domain.

You can use leandomainsearch dot com, you input a word and it gives you another

And a godaddy valuation tool to find a memorable name.

I'd also use this site http://namecheckr.com to check if the name is also available on social media platforms.

However nowadays domains are not so affected by SEO vs writing quality rich content with good choice of keywords, latter of which would rank you in the search engines.

I would always go for a dot com domain name vs dot net or dot org as people's perceptions when they start typing they would typically assume it is a dot com. And make sure it is spelled correctly as it cannot be edited once purchased.

Also check if the domain is copyrighted, trademarked and ' or registered to an established business.

Thank you so much for your usual help. It is much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

Pio, most welcome!

Everything I've leant so far points to avoiding the use of hyphens in domain names. I've just purchased the non-hyphen version of my domain name as most experts say to avoid them.

I've had posts indexed with the hyphenated domain but I think it's about being user-friendly and accessible.

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Would google mind if we publish up to 10 posts a day?

Would google mind if we publish up to 10 posts a day?

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I've got this software that compiles ideas and writes unique articles fast. I can edit these articles further but was thinking that I can produce and publish about 10 articles

I would spread them out and schedule them, Pio! If you publish them all at once, I would suspect that Google will come to expect that from you on a regular basis. When life gets in the way as it often times does, you will have pre-scheduled posts ready to continue regularity in posting!

Jeff

Thanks so much for your reply and suggestions. Much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

You're very welcome, my friend! Keep succeeding!

Jeff

As you know, Pio,
The purpose of writing posts is to attract visitors and get them to stay...
Google doesn't measure how often you publish... they measure the quality...
So unless your visitors are likely to be more attracted to 10 posts per day than perhaps a regular schedule of 1 per day or 2 to 3 each week then there is little value in publishing so much so often.
:-)
Richard

Thank you Richard. Useful advice, much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

Of course it is easy to create blogs fast with AI, but the question is how unique is the content and how natural does it read. Search engines know the difference.

Watch your rankings and see what happens.

Thank you so much for your reply and good advice. Ver much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

Hi - the idea that Google prefers consistency and a regular posting schedule is simply not true. You could upload 200 posts in one day, but that doesn't mean that Google would expect to see 200 posts every day after that!

However, other factors to consider include whether it's a new or established site. If you were hoping to add a lot of content in a short space of time to a new website to speed up the ranking process, then it's unlikely to work. Google still takes several months to start to trust your site.

If it's an established site with regular visitors, then they may be overwhelmed with so much content every day.

But the main aspect to consider is that currently, artificially generated content is still against Google's guidelines.

Thanks so much Diane for your reply and good advice. I think I would use the AI to get ideas and outlines of topics to write about using my own words in a flowing manner, then schedule the publishing times for each articles.
Great support! Much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

if they are high quality and not obviously ai written then why not schedule them over time - or release a few a week...
if it is the initial site then getting up to around 50 posts as quick as possible would be good...
if google can tell it is based on scraped content or artificially written then you will not be ranked ...
can you really add images and tidy up the posts within that time then possibly...
the better idea is to use the software to create outlines and write the content yourself...
after you start getting visitors then i would definitely slow down the publishin frequency as visitors or anyone signing up may not like ot be informed of that many posts per day...
it really is down to user expereince rather than google....

Thank you so much. That's a very useful suggestion. I like the idea of using the software to create outlines and then write the content using my own words. Very much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

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Where can I sell my domain names?

Where can I sell my domain names?

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Getting Started

I have a few domain names already registered with WA SiteDomain that I am not going to use. Just wondering if I can sell these domain names somewhere. Thanks team!

Flippa is one that comes to mind.

Thanks for your reply and help.
Kind regards,
Pio

You are welcome.

Here is one of the places you can try, Pio! There are others of course, but I attempted to sell one here, and though I didn't selli it (it was going to expire anyway) it was a good experience! Jeff

Hi Jeffrey,
Thanks so much for your reply and the link sent.
Kind regards,
Pio

You're very welcome, Pio! I hope you succeed with whatever you try, my friend!

Jeff

Hi Pio,
you can check few of these places below to sell Domain Names:

Network Solutions

Flippa is one of the biggest places to sell domain names as well as buying premium domains too.

Sedo is also the world's leading domain name marketplace for buyers and sellers.

Godaddy Auction.

NameCheap.

Afternic.

eBay.

Namepros.

(Always get a written contract
Always accept payment before transferring the domain)

Thank you so much for your help. Info is much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Pio

Welcome Pio!

Flippa.com

You may also try Sedo, GoDaddy and / or Uniregistry among others.

I always read up on the terms and conditions and how the marketplace functions.

It is also beneficial to use the services of an escrow service so that you do NOT get scammed. Escrows services typically charge a fee.

.
You may look up Jay's live webinar

Hi Abie,

Thanks so much for your usual help. I am now going to watch Jay's video on Domain name/website selling etc. Look forward to the info there. I will check out other links you sent me re, this topic.
Much appreciated, Abie.
Pio

You're very welcome.

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