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Duplicate content on same-language region

I'm currently working on a multi-language website. I want to target different regions and each region should have its own site. I currently have two languages for my website: Dutch and English. So I ...
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SEO URL Concept/Structure Categories and Custom Taxonomy [duplicate]

I make a wordpress blog right now which has the following: Categories: -Football -Basketball -Baseball Tags: - a lot of Teams and Players Custom Taxonomy (Channel): -News -Images -Videos My ...
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How to handle Partials in a Sitemap?

Let's say I've got all of my pages laid out like root/page.php combined with root/content/page.php page.php includes: header.php footer.php sometemplate.php menu.php submenu.php /content/page.php ...
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Seo-wise way to remove a portion of website [duplicate]

I have a website with 5000+ products driven from a MySQL database, so far so good. My links are friendly structured; http://www.example.com/brand/product/ About a year ago, I decide to add reviews ...
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Internal Linkbuilding structure

How to avoid the "endless link juice flow" ? I know which is the ideal internal link structure, the pyramid like one but i wonder how does google handle the header buttons (the one in the layout) ...
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Looking for easy-to-maintain and secure directory structure for multipart site

I recently inherited an older custom PHP website that consists of three parts: a public section for all to see, a members section, and an administrator section. The directory section resembles the ...
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“Node is empty” warning displayed in Google Structured Data Testing Tool

With the latest version of the Google Structured Data Testing Tool, I got 5 warning messages saying: Node is empty. Double check that this is desired and consider removing. How can I remove ...
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Subdirectories for countries, but no content in the root level - a problem?

We are in New Zealand and operate in NZ and Australia. We have a .com domain with /nz and /au subdirectories. All content is in the subdirectories and the root level only has a splash page to select ...
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In what location does Tiki store articles: in the file system or in the MySQL database?

I have a dump of the directory structure from an old Tiki website from around 2010 that is no longer up. I would like to view the raw text of the articles but am unable to locate any files that ...
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Where does TWiki store articles: in the file system or in the MySQL database?

I have a dump of the directory structure from an old TWiki website from around 2010 that is no longer up. I would like to view the raw text of the articles but am unable to locate any files that ...
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What is a typical hierarchical structure with related to internal link building?

I read somewhere in webmaster SE, that link structure is good when done in a typical hierarchical structure. I want to know what does it mean. Please explain me. I am more of a visual person.
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URL strategy for local business and multilingual website [duplicate]

I'm trying to find the best structure for a local business service that has a multilingual website. Actually, the website has a simple structure: www.brand.com/fr/ www.brand.com/en/ I'm considering ...
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Do all the pages on a website help the homepage's SEO?

When it comes to SEO, I hear the saying "content is king" a lot, so I tried to create a bunch of pages on my site with good authentic content. However, does creating a lot of content on a page or ...
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SEO and multiple simple websites [duplicate]

From a SEO point of view, which one is "better" for a not so little company: Having one huge site containing everything regarding the company or having multiple one? I think one site is better, ...
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All articles with infinite scroll, or one per page for usability and SEO?

Imagine a hypothetical website with all user generated content of single page articles. Here are some ways to structuring such a website: Putting up more than one article in one page and creating an ...
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index.html in subdirectory will not open

I want to have a website structure like this: example.com/ - homepage example.com/solutions/ - this will be the solution parent page example.com/solutions/solution-one - child solution page ...
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Consolidating to one page when multiple pages appearing in SERPs

I've got a web site which for historical reasons has two or three pages that appear closely in serps for any given search term. The site is a spanish language site with two different but related ...
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Is it necessary to link to all landing pages from the homepage?

What I am wanting to do is build quite a few landing pages targeting specific keywords from google search. These pages will give a brief explanation of what we do and how we can help them with what ...
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URL structure with 3 subcategories

I have 1 main category and 1 subcategory and 1 additional "topic" or "area": main categories: news, interview, tutorial subcategories e.g. for news: shopping, entertainment, politics, sport ...
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URL path structure for a website with several directories

I am making a website with several directories that will have a high amount of content. For now I have separated the URLs into categories so that they’re like this: www.example.com/student/ ...
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Keyword diversification/ site structure issues

I am wondering if you could help me out with some keyword/ site structure issues that I have. Firstly I will mention our background (to give context), and then I will mention the question at hand. ...
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What does the double slash mean in URLs?

What does double slashes often found in URL's mean exactly? For example: http://www.example.com/A/B//C/ Please note that I'm not referring to the beginning right after http:.