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Changing your average content length of your posts will have some impact on your overall SEO. The more content you have the better.


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How would adsense treat that ever-so-important photo above the fold? Does it treat it as nothing more than a null character? no, your image above the fold has its own physical size, namely the height, which Google can recognize. Google will be able to recognize the trick too, if you would try to set something like img {height:0;} to push the ad block ...


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SEO and the impact that any work has is not about length. Sure bloggers have echoed that blog posts should only be about 300-350 words, then 500, and so on. At one point, search engines rewarded blog posts as being timely and these posts were easily found by it's length. Then it was discovered that the bounce rate of blog posts was significant. The reason ...


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This was related to permissions on the community. A new community was created and that broke the entire ACL thats why only super admins could see content. We fixed this by removing the newly created community and performing a JBOSS server restart. Also, it is worth checking there are no issues with LDAP (if your server is using LDAP authentication), since, ...



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