Question If i were to buy my Domain?

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Would my subpages also change?
and in any way could i speed it up?
And has synthasite thought about adding there own statistics page?
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Hello,
If you purchase a domain your entire site would then carry your new domain name including the sub pages; mysite.com/subpage.php is what an internal page would look like url wise.

You can buy a domain name anytime you would like, i'm not sure what you are referring to when you say "can I speed it up?"

What type of a stats page are you thinking Synthasite should add? Something that would track site visitors. Are you familiar with Google Analytics, I can give you instructions on how to add this.

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yes something like that. Its a pain to copy and paste into each page and subpage into the site im SO NEW TO THIS. im doing it becuase i can see how many people visit my home page. Am i supposed to be adding it to each page. and how do i find my page/subpage links to add to google
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What are you trying to copy and paste into each page? What are you wondering if you are supposed to add to each page?

If you purchase a domain name you don't have to redo your site, it will automatically convert to the new domain name

When Google spiders your site and indexes the pages it will find your pages, you don't have to manually add your sub pages to Google.

Please let me know if I have misunderstood your questions.

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The code for google anylt. Do i put that into every page i have? and i have done google websmaster and did my home page is that all i have to do or should i do each page? And i have done sitemaps can you in Newperson english explain to me what that is. and whats some more pointers i can get to get people to find my site during a search
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I see!

Yes, you will want to drop and html widget onto the bottom of every one of your pages and put in the Google Analytics code; it will then track every page with the code.

For the Google Webmaster code, you can put this on every page by clicking on the Properties tab in the Content Sidebar.

That is great that you have done the sitemap portion; nothing more to do with that at this point.

Here is a link to our tutorial: Promoting Your Website which will give you some more ideas.

People won't be able to find your site from the search bar until your site has been indexed which can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months; and unfortunately this is out of our control. It is like this for every new site on the Internet.

Another good thing to do for your site is to add title, description and keywords tags. Search engines read text to know the topic of a page and there are three tags that specifically alert the search engine to what a page is about; the title, description and keywords tag. Synthasite provides an area to edit these tags; click on the Properties Tab on the Content Sidebar and it is a good idea to give each page of your website unique tags.

The area labeled Window Title is where you will put your title tag. Your title tag should include the main keyword or concept of your page, your business or website name and your location if this would be important to your visitors; it should also be under 70 characters long. Here is a basic example:

Fine Gold Jewelry | ABC Jewel Company | My Town, Texas

The area labeled Description is where you will put your description tag. Your description tag should include your main keywords for the page, or variations of your keywords, as well as the name of your company and the location if this would be important to your visitors; it should be under 200 characters long and should entice Internet users to click. Here is a basic example:

ABC Jewel Company provides customers in and around My Town, Texas with the finest yellow and white gold jewelry imported directly from Italy. Stop in today!

The area labeled Keywords is where you will put in the main keywords for the page. Don't stuff keywords, only list keywords that apply to the content of the page. Here is a basic example:

fine gold jewelry, gold jewelry, white gold jewelry, ABC Jewel Company, My Town Texas, TX

You will also want to try to easily blend the keywords you utilized in your tags into the content on the page of the site. Again, don't stuff them in, blend them in casually making sure to keep the flow of your content.

As always, keep adding good content to your site. This will keep the search engines coming back often to index your site.

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Thanks emmy your awesome...
one more question.
the google webmaster code. does each one of my pages have to have a seperate code. Do i have to register each page.if so how can i find my link pages and subpage links
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Nope, just put the same webmaster code on each page; you don't need to get new code for each page. Does that answer your question?
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ok now how can i get my links from my pages and subpages. when i update my site in only give me my home link not other links. how is this achieved!
so i can add them to google analyt.
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Can you get to all the pages on your site in the Site Builder? You just need to take the same Google Analytics code that you put on the home page and drop it into an html widget at the bottom of every page.

Maybe I am not understanding your question.
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wouldnt give me the same stats then. not off individual pages.
Ok do i have to add each page to google analt. then grab code and put the corresponding code to the approp. page...
or is it all the same code
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It's all the same code; you want Google to track every page of your website to give an overall view.

When you get your bit of analytics code, you will take that and drop an html code onto the bottom of your page and past the code in there, then you will do the same thing on each consecutive page that you want Google to track using the same code.