Re: Duplicate Title Tags and Completed Meta Descriptions Not Showing

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Duplicate Title Tags and Completed Meta Descriptions Not Showing

wallysplants
Excursionist
18 1 5

Hi!

 

My website is www.wallysplants.com. I already added titles and meta descriptions on my site, but when Google Indexes my site, it says i have dozens of duplicate title tags. When I look into it further, all of my product pages have the title tag listed as "Amazon". I believe this is because on all of my product pages there is no actual <title> </title> html code until it reaches the footer, where the first title tag is for the amazon payment link.

 

I tried to add a title tag in the .json templates of my product pages, but i keep getting an error message saying that is not allowed.

 

Please help! Again - i ALREADY added title tags and meta descriptions, they do not show. How do I add title tags in the <title> </title> format for each page? 

 

Here is a product page you can use to look through: https://wallysplants.com/collections/planters/products/oak-planter-%F0%90%8C%83%F0%90%8C%89%F0%90%8C...

 

amazon payment title.jpgamazon title.jpgcorrect.jpgduplicate title tags.jpg

 

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wallysplants
Excursionist
18 1 5

This is an accepted solution.

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I appreciate everybody’s comments but I found the solution myself, and it was not google deciding anything nor was it needing to pay someone to fix something that took 10 seconds (ridiculous). 

The reason was because in pipeline there is a code that purposefully overrides your meta descriptions from being shown. The second I removed the code, my site Health sent up from 70% to 86% and all my meta descriptions started appearing.

 

 

solution: 

go into the theme liquid and remove the {% comment %} and {% endomment %} and click save. The {comment %} {% endcomment%} basically says anything in between it should not be incorporated. 

I have no idea why the theme has that set as default, but the second I removed it all the meta descriptions came up. 

I called Shopify support and they didn’t help, and everyone who “tried” to help wanted to sell me something.

 

if someone is struggling with this, don’t “buy” anybody’s help!!

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soleseriouss
Trailblazer
316 10 38

Google may show different descriptions depending on the search query!

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wallysplants
Excursionist
18 1 5

This is an accepted solution.

B0D9F019-1078-4073-BAF4-62EE9DC7646D.jpeg

I appreciate everybody’s comments but I found the solution myself, and it was not google deciding anything nor was it needing to pay someone to fix something that took 10 seconds (ridiculous). 

The reason was because in pipeline there is a code that purposefully overrides your meta descriptions from being shown. The second I removed the code, my site Health sent up from 70% to 86% and all my meta descriptions started appearing.

 

 

solution: 

go into the theme liquid and remove the {% comment %} and {% endomment %} and click save. The {comment %} {% endcomment%} basically says anything in between it should not be incorporated. 

I have no idea why the theme has that set as default, but the second I removed it all the meta descriptions came up. 

I called Shopify support and they didn’t help, and everyone who “tried” to help wanted to sell me something.

 

if someone is struggling with this, don’t “buy” anybody’s help!!

Moniox95
Excursionist
42 0 5

Bro i really appreciate. I try solve this problem from week and no one can help. Your answer help me sort the problem in 10 sec as u said. What i can say and found thats happen after install and uninstall seo app. Thank again u HERO!!!! 

Shan
Shopify Partner
1 0 0

I am facing the same error please mention what I need to remove from the code.error.PNG

flareAI
Shopify Partner
2405 223 541

Hello @wallysplants,


This is Gina from flareAI app - get free sales from Google.


It sounds like you may be experiencing issues with your Shopify theme's code, which is preventing you from properly adding title tags to your product pages.


Here are some steps you can take to resolve this issue:


1. Check your Shopify theme's documentation to see if it provides any guidance on how to add title tags to product pages. If you're unsure about how to do this, you may need to consult with a Shopify developer or expert.

2. If you're comfortable with coding, you can try editing your Shopify theme's code directly to add the proper title tags. To do this, navigate to the product.liquid file in your theme's code editor and look for the <head> section. You should be able to add the title tags directly within the <head> section.

3. If you're still having issues adding title tags to your product pages, you may need to consider using a Shopify app or plugin that can help you optimize your site's SEO. These tools can often automatically generate title tags and meta descriptions based on your product information, saving you time and effort.

4. Make sure to use unique, descriptive titles for each of your product pages to avoid duplicate content issues. This will help ensure that each page is properly indexed by Google and other search engines.


Overall, adding proper title tags and meta descriptions to your Shopify store is critical for optimizing your site's SEO and driving organic traffic. By following these steps and troubleshooting any issues, you can ensure that your store is properly optimized and ranking well in search results.


I hope this is useful.


Gina

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