Bay Area Inbound Marketing Blog

My Website Pages Are Not Coming Up Correctly in Google Search

Posted by Laurie Monahan on Mon, Mar 22, 2021 @ 09:12 AM

I was searching for my own blog article to find something I had written about as a reference, and discovered my web pages weren't coming up correctly in a google search.

The article still came up, in the number 3 position, but it came up to the main blog title page, not the specific article I wanted. So I checked another one, and it was doing the same thing. 

I called Hubspot Support, like I do when things are broken, and they sent me links to videos and several help articles on my website. Getting started for beginners on google search console, There is also this article on managing your site maps here.

The good thing about setting up Google Search Console and indexing your site map, is it will alert you if someone tries to hack your website, or if you have any errors on your site that google detects which adversely affect your search rankings.

I did some research and found out google started using google search console in 2015, but I missed it somehow between flying all over the country for my daughter's volleyball and making sure my son graduated with high honors. You know, that thing called life.

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Help Me to Help You!

Posted by Laurie Monahan on Mon, Aug 03, 2020 @ 07:24 PM

In case you've been living under a rock, or you skipped the movie because it was rated R, and never got around to watching it on vidangel...

One of the funniest movie scenes ever is in "Jerry Maguire" where Tom Cruise is cast as a sports agent, who through a series of unfortunate events, ends up with only one very-talented client, played by Cuba Gooding Jr. 

This particular client has a propensity for telling everyone, including the media, that "He wants a $10 million contract and sponsorship deals for major brands because he's a great football player".

Maguire is trying to coach him to tone it down, because his only hope of a payday is this one player. 

He's telling him over and over emphatically, "Help me, to help you. Help me, to help you!"

Gooding's character is un-phased by this coaching, but finds Maguire's dedication and desperation to help him succeed, to be very funny.

It's hilarious, but as a parent of teens, I can definitely relate. Who hasn't felt like saying that to their kids once in a while?

Fortunately, Gooding's character makes a huge play that saves the big game, and they both end up with a big pay day.

It's an iconic movie and both actors did a magnificent job in their roles.

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