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google does not recognize that my store does not exist and it does not appear when I search or try to preview it, would there be any solution?

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Google needs some time before your site will appear in search results.


Then, make sure that in a settings you don`t have a tick near "Prevent from Indexing by Google".


In rare cases, if website is really poorly, Google just won`t show it.

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first, check if your store is indexed or not.

if not, it'll take time to appear in SERPs.

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Hello @Chagazz,


Gina from flareAI app. Hope you are having a good day.

To get your Shopify store URLs on Google, you can follow these steps:

1. Optimize your store for search engines: Use relevant keywords in page titles, descriptions, and content, as well as in image alt tags.

2. Monitor your search engine performance: Use Google Search Console to track your store's search engine performance and resolve any technical issues that may arise.

3. Competition: Consider marketing and advertising efforts to stand out in search results.

4. Verify your Shopify store with Google: Submit your store URL to Google via Search Console to verify ownership and ensure your site is being crawled and indexed.

5. Submit your store sitemap to Google

6. Encourage backlinks: Get other websites to link to your store. Backlinks from reputable websites can improve your store's visibility and credibility.

7. Regularly update your store: Keep your content fresh and relevant by regularly adding new products, blog posts, or other content.


By following these steps, you will start seeing your store URLs on Google. These steps will improve your Shopify store's visibility and ranking on Google and attract more potential customers.


Hope this is helpful


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Hi @Chagazz ,


This is Victor from PageFly - Landing Page Builder.

About your questions, I have some recommendations and hope this can help:


1. Check if your site is actually missing or just appear low in search results.

Sometimes the site is just showing low in the Search results, not totally missing. You can check this by using Google Search Console.



2. If your site is missing:


2.1 The site is in the Google index but still missing

There is an ability that your site has been indexed but some pages are not. You can try to add a sitemap to fix this.

2.2 The site hasn't been indexed

If your site is new (from 1 day to 1 week), Google needs some time to crawl or index your site. The waiting time can be 2 days or a few weeks. 

If your site is created more than 2 weeks, you can try to inspect your site by using the URL Inspection tool of Google. The tool will show you if the site has been indexed or not and the error if not. Your job now is to fix all errors that the tool found then Request index so that Google can crawl and index the site again.

Hope these recommendations can help you!
Victor | PageFly

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Hi @Chagazz

As noted by others here, it can take time for Google to rank your store, but you can help it along by submitting your sitemap to Google.

I would also recommend our SEO Checklist to make sure you're hitting all the right starting points.

But to really rise up the ranks you will need to ensure you have top-quality, consistent, content! So you'll find these guides useful:

* A Beginner’s Guide to Content Marketing
* E-commerce SEO 101 Video Series
* Find out more about blogs

Also, it's worth learning how you can look up keywords to help boost your site’s ranking.

What kind of store are you building? And what are you selling?

Andrew | Social Care @ Shopify 
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