Google SEO - Am I getting SEO credit with a CNAME

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  • Scott Holstein

    Curious to know if Photoshelter can enlighten us with a response to this concern as I am on the verge of switching from Wordpress to Beam for my portfolio.

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  • Nick Miners

    If you want a response from PhotoShelter, then I'd recommend contacting them directly - this forum is just for users of the software to help each other out. For support you can email support@photoshelter.com, and for feature requests you can contact them via https://support.photoshelter.com/hc/en-us/articles/203306154--How-to-Send-Us-Your-Feedback-

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  • Brett Gilmour

    Any answer from Photoshelter on this? I'm also making WP the front end to my PS site.

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  • Brett Gilmour

    James, first great bike dual sport brother. Next, have you had any improvement on the google side or response from PS on how to set it up?

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  • James Pratt

    Not really anything from Photoshelter. I have had MANY more calls from my web site now that I front end it with Wordpress and use Photoshelter for the back end delivery system. Search engines love all the metadata I can put in Wordpress.

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  • Rashad Penn

    I was actually looking for a new provider but i have so many images with photoshelter and i like a few of their features. I too have a problem with SEO when the photoshelter shows up in the search engine. I have other websites that primarily use word press and the response is atleast 80% higher vs photoshelter. I may consider doing as you did. Have word press as the front end and photoshelter at the back end.

    Thanks for this PS is good for storage and working with clients but not to good at helping you get them in the door.

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