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The only way to edit a site created with Google Sites is through the Google Sites editor. It is not possible to upload an HTML file or even to edit the HTML of the page the editor creates for you. See How do I use HTML in new google site editor? - Sites Community: The new version of Google Sites does not offer HTML editing and never will as the whole ...


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I think this breaks down into 2 questions really: How can we simplify our Analytics setups in the future? What do we do with our pre-existing Analytics accounts? How can we simplify our Analytics setups in the future? Having dealt with this myself, I don't think there's a one-size-fits-all solution. As you've already discovered: Keeping track of this many ...


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Analytics increments the Unique Events metric by 1 the first time during a session that it receives an event with a unique combination of Category/Action/Label. A defined goal is track once per visit. So if you have for example these two events in a session: - Event 1 category: Form action: Complete label: Sign up - Event 2 category: Form action: Complete ...


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First, type site:example.com into Google. If there are no results, you might be blacklisted, but if you can see a bunch of results, you're just ranking poorly. If you still think you might be blacklisted, start by adding your website to Google Search Console and looking for Manual Actions. My understanding is that the only way for a website to be actually ...


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There are no such tools, but the following Google info from the guide Create good titles and snippets in Search Results may help: Google's generation of page titles and descriptions (or "snippets") is completely automated and takes into account both the content of a page as well as references to it that appear on the web. The goal of the snippet ...


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Wanted to provide links to Google docs on this subject. These are Googlebots but there are many different types of bots. Several explicitly ignore the robots.txt when its user initiated (such as Read Aloud for text-to-speech reading your site for the visually impaired). Others are just getting your favicon for favorites/bookmarks and need a logo, they ignore ...


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First off, Google's got a great memory. So even if you are successful in getting Google to drop your URLs from their index, they will request those URLs in the future again. Your approach needs to account for both. I'd advise you to go through these steps Use Google Search Console's Removals Tool to stop Google from surfacing your URLs. This is a manual ...


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