Hey @Solene, this is a common issue we have seen with some sites on Shopify, so common that we actually have a check for this on our app. It is usually solved by adding a nofollow on links that go to the quick view (usually on the collections page), it is usually not a problem for customers, but Google sees them as links and adds them to their index, for example by searching for your site on Google like this: Quick View Google Search you will see Google has already indexed hundreds of pages on your site for those URLs. Another option is on Google Search console to tell Google to ignore the ?view=quick query parameter. If you need any help we could help you out on solving it. It might be caused by a Shopify App or Theme, so you could also reach to them and ask them for support on that. Best, Pablo R.
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Don here from Shopify. :)
For the most part, your store looks great, is well put together and professional in appearance.
Just a couple of tiny things I would look into again if I were you.
Most stores will capitalise the 'Us' in 'About Us' as this is a title of sorts when used in your store's menu so it's actually correct to capitalise the second word in the title of a page or menu so you can change this to 'About Us' from 'About us'.
I'm a little unsure of this section myself personally:
You might want to consider expanding on the explanation of these sentences. It could be something that you end up writing blog posts about and linking back to, just at the moment in and of itself it's not super clear to me what the purpose of this section is. :)
Finally, for now, you might consider adding a contact form to your contact page to make it easier for customers to reach out to you!
There's a handy enough customisation there on our help site that you can use to add a form to your contact page so that customers have an even easier way to reach out to you about your store. :)
All the best!
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Hey @NaturalGrocer, here are some suggestions, hope you find them useful. Fix your Instagram link Seems to be broken on your homepage, pointing to instagram.com/natrualgrocer, also does not seem to be a spelling error since the correct spelling takes you to another instagram / site. Update your product descriptions to be more unique Try to improve on your product descriptions, since lot of them are actually defaults, causing Google to see them as duplicated content. Also most of your product Meta Descriptions might be cropped too. Check this from Shopify: SEO Product Descriptions Add JSON-LD to your site This can improve your rankings by giving Google more useful data about your page. Check out this article from JSON-LD for Shopify app: Rich Snippets Add a link to your homepage on some product descriptions Currently you're not ranking first for your brand name "Natural Grocer", you might increase your brand awareness for search engines by adding on some of your product descriptions your brand name with a link to your homepage. Try to improve your Meta Titles As an example, your title "Cherrybrook Kitchen Pancake Mix Wheat Free Gluten Free (6x18 Oz) – Natural Grocer" it's a bit hard to read, so if it shows up in Google search it might have a lower CTR (click thru rate) than something this similar competitor title "Cherrybrook Kitchen Gluten Free Dreams® Pancake and Waffle Mix". Remember try to rank first sites with higher CTR on their search results, so Meta Title and Meta Descriptions should be optimized for search engines, but made for people to read. Add nutritional data to your food products Using the same product "CHERRYBROOK KITCHEN PANCAKE MIX", some of the top results have nutritional data, and some have a recipe. That might help to increase your rankings for products. Hope those suggestions help you improve your site, good luck!
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