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Why is Google ignoring my slow-life clothing store?

sslow
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A year ago, we enthusiastically created www.sslow.bio through a marketing agency, a store dedicated to the sale of premium slow-life clothing. Initially, we loved the brand, but we didn't take into account that Google converts "sslow" to "slow," making us virtually invisible in search engines.

 

Additionally, in the Search Console, most of our pages are not indexed, and we have to add them one by one. Is there a solution to this?

 

Thank you very much.

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OneMobile
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149 15 30

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Hi @sslow 

 

1. I don't think Google makes you invisible on search engines because of the "slow" part

Google's algorithms have evolved to such an extent that they can understand user intent, keywords, and brand names far better than in the past. Google uses various factors like domain authority, SEO optimization, brand mentions on credible websites, social signals, and more to rank your website on search results.

 

So, ensure your website is well-optimized in regards to SEO, with proper metadata, relevant content, a clear site map, and your brand name mentioned consistently throughout. Also, build brand awareness through social media and other channels so Google can understand your brand better.

 

2. By submitting your sitemap to Gooogle, you can index your pages all at once

Log in to your GSC account. Click on 'Sitemaps' >  In the 'Add a new sitemap' field, enter your sitemap and then click 'Submit'

 

I hope that this helps!

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sslow
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What?

OneMobile
Shopify Partner
149 15 30

This is an accepted solution.

Hi @sslow 

 

1. I don't think Google makes you invisible on search engines because of the "slow" part

Google's algorithms have evolved to such an extent that they can understand user intent, keywords, and brand names far better than in the past. Google uses various factors like domain authority, SEO optimization, brand mentions on credible websites, social signals, and more to rank your website on search results.

 

So, ensure your website is well-optimized in regards to SEO, with proper metadata, relevant content, a clear site map, and your brand name mentioned consistently throughout. Also, build brand awareness through social media and other channels so Google can understand your brand better.

 

2. By submitting your sitemap to Gooogle, you can index your pages all at once

Log in to your GSC account. Click on 'Sitemaps' >  In the 'Add a new sitemap' field, enter your sitemap and then click 'Submit'

 

I hope that this helps!

If you find my answer helpful, please hit the Like button or Mark as solution to show me some encouragement.
OneMobile: The #1 Mobile App Builder For Shopify Merchants
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sslow
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3 0 0

Wow, thanks so much. Sorry for my ignorance but where can I find the sitemap on Shopify?

OneMobile
Shopify Partner
149 15 30

Hi @sslow 

 

You can find your Shopify store sitemap by simply adding /sitemap.xml at the end of your Shopify store URL.

 

For instance, https://example.myshopify.com/sitemap.xml

 

If my answer helps, please hit the like button to show your encouragement!

If you find my answer helpful, please hit the Like button or Mark as solution to show me some encouragement.
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