January 10, 2012
I installed the Free version of the plugin to test the results before purchasing the Pro version. After installing I noticed that my static pages weren’t showing up in Google results when they had previously been the top 1-2 results. My site is an e-commerce using Shopp and I had read this was the best plugin for it, but so far it has only made my ranking worse. Any ideas why?
When searching for the static pages (i.e. http://www.queencityprints.com…..ina-laing/) it doesn’t show up in Google at all. The only static page that I can find by searching its name is (http://www.queencityprints.com…..r-reilley/)
They both show in my sitemap and I have resubmitted them using Webmaster Tools and still no result.
January 10, 2012
For the 2 pages I listed above, I disabled the plugin. I apologize for any confusion. After installing the plugin and all my pages dropped away, I disabled them on a few in order to try and test if it was the plugin causing the problems. One page that the plugin is still active is http://www.queencityprints.com…..k-tingley/. But with that one as well, there is no result in google when searched.
Like I said above, all the pages used to show up in the top couple results. These are local artists, there isn’t much competition for the terms. I am having a similar problem with my blog posts. When I search the title of the post, I get nothing in Google either. Here is an example of one of those posts. http://www.queencityprints.com…..nizations/
Try to use Google Webmaster Tools to see what Google is seeing when it crawls the site. You might be able to get a better understanding of exactly what’s causing the issue that way. As far as we can tell, it doesn’t look like the issue has anything to do with All In One specifically, but any additional information would be helpful.
January 10, 2012
I enabled all the pages with the plugin and created and submitted a new sitemap to google. I would periodically check google to see if the enabled pages were updated in their organic results, and once they did, the pages disappeared. Let me explain how I know that. The standard page titles created by the site would say “Page Title – Queen City Prints”, whereas the set titles through the plugin would be “Page Title | Queen City Prints | Buffalo, NY”. My artist page “Christopher Reilley” had the plugin disabled and would show up first result in Google organic results up until yesterday, when google updated the search results to include the newly enabled pages. Now, the page can’t be found anywhere. This is what has happened with all my static pages since the plugin install. I use the webmasters, and I am not as concerned with the overall SEO as the fact that that indivisual, unique pages, that should be searchable, are disappearing.
We looked at your pages, and it looks like the meta for canonical URL is placed on the same URL for each static page. There seems to be a conflict between the Shopp plugin and All In One SEO Pack that’s causing this issue. Turn off canonical urls for All In One. This should resolve the issue.
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