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What you have is basically a fancy nav-bar. Most web sites have duplicate navigation links which can be ignored. What really matters is the amount of unique content on the page. If your POST LOADS HERE content is at least as large as the .post link boxes, then you should be fine. Just put a lot of unique text into your main content area for each page.


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Many people appear to have this problem on Godaddy hosting and Godaddy have told one complainant this It is possible that when the error is occurring that it is triggering the Mod_sec of the hosting account. In the current hosting account type that you have it isn't possible for us to disable that function for security reasons. We do have hosting ...


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The first paragraph of your question is actually true and very important. However, the Googlebot seems to not allow AJAX calls anymore. But nonetheless the Googlebot executes JavaScript. As the other answers say you still need to consider what Google says about AJAX crawling. However, if you do it right you do not need to serve "HTML snapshots" anymore.


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It is against the Google AdSense policy to reload or refresh the ads when the user has not left the page. If you ads are on a portion of the page that does not change when the user navigates with AJAX, you should be fine. Google AdSense is not very compatible with AJAX. They started a program to test AdSense with AJAX sites but have since shut it down. ...


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Your URLs look fine as they are. You should never have to link to an _escaped_fragment_ URL. Those URLs should only be created by Googlebot from your canonical URLs. You use <meta name="fragment" content="!"> in those pages, so Googlebot will know to fetch the escaped fragment for them.


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There are two slightly different concerns here: Googlebot parsing hashbang links and Googlebot executing JavaScript. Originally, Googlebot did not parse JavaScript at all so it would only work with the HTML returned by the server for each request it made to URLs. It would follow links given in the HTML but ignore the "anchor" part (anything after #) since ...


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For the #! style AJAX URLs you need to provide Googlebot with: A list of hash bang URLs -- These are the URLs that it will refer users to The corresponding hunk of content served at the _escaped_fragment equivalent For more information see https://developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/



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