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How to setup SEO Example?

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    • #121892
      Henriette
      Participant

      Hi,
      This is not an urgently question but I am trying to make a knowledgebase for Vendors before the site goes live. I do this according to order of menu items in Vendor Dashboard.
      Right now it is SEO.

      I would like to know how exactly some things are shown in Google on a live site.
      Because of limited character space in title: Does Google show the Vendor setting page title plus the title of Marketplace site?
      In other site pages Yoast SEO shows the Marketplace title as well.

      I used a website for Google snippet example and can you please take a look at my attachment?
      Please have a look at Title/URL/Meta-description
      I would like to show to Vendors how this works. Is this like how it displays in Google search results according to my previous questions?

      Thank you.

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    • #122169
      Sushobhan
      Keymaster

      Hi,
      WCFM is compatible with Yoast SEO plugin, means all the inputs your vendors are providing are going directly into Yoast. It’s totally the same.

      In other site pages Yoast SEO shows the Marketplace title as well.

      This is not guaranteed, as Google often changes the title to match user search query.

      Is this like how it displays in Google search results

      Normally it does, but as I mentioned it’s not guaranteed. You can read more about this here – https://www.perrill.com/google-change-title-description-search-results/

      Thanks!

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