SEO Success: Fix Those Duplicate Titles
Avoid URL Mistakes I Have MADE

Has Google found your site? Every page?

Did you ever wonder if Google found your website? Even if you know your site comes up in search results, do you wonder about which pages will show up? Do you wonder if Google has discovered all your pages?

PRACTICAL APPLICATION

BermanFineSilverworkFor my website, I was really worried that my silver repair business pages were not being found. In 2012 I wasn't prepared to make another website, so these pages were added to the website for my artwork. Still,  I wondered if people could find my business Berman Fine Silverwork. 

By doing a test in Google search, and looking through the search results...
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I confirmed that Berman Fine Silverwork pages will be found in search results even though they were separate pages on my artist website. That is the way I built my business on the web for years. 

UPDATE 2016: In 2016 I built a whole new website for my silver repair business Berman Fine Silverwork.
 My first step was to buy a separate domain keeping the domain name as short as possible hence bermansilverwork.com  .   Short domain names with key search terms are the current trend since so many people are using phones and mobile devices. My new website is now mobile friendly. The outcome with a new website:  I doubled my business gross revenue in one year. 

Here is how you can check your own website in search:

STEP 1. Go INCOGNITO in your web browser to eliminate past search history.

OPEN A GOOGLE SEARCH BOX.

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STEP 2.

Type in your website into the search box like this:   [ site:example.com ]

For my website I would type in:
site: bermansilverwork.com

For your  website  type in:
site: your-web-site.com

STEP 3.
CLICK SEARCH and see what comes up. 

You could also try search terms that you think a customer might use to find your site. 


Harriete

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