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Googlebot will only be able to see one version of your page. If the content uses different keywords, Google will only be able to rank one set of keywords for that URL. As long as you show Googlebot and visitors from the Google search engine the same content, Google won't penalize your site for cloaking. Landing pages for ad campaigns, aren't usually good ...
The same question is legitimate in case of multivariate tests. Follow this guide: http://searchengineland.com/googles-seo-guide-on-ab-multivariate-testing-130093 The best advice of all is to put a canonical to a page with static content.
You can use the new domain right away. Trust Google to index it anew properly. Just make sure you have done Change of Address in Google Webmasters Tools. That way Google knows its you and transfers the 'trust metric' to your new domain. The SEO will be handled well enough if you have a 301 configured properly.
dont use this information in Google Webmaster Tools. It isn't going to give you accurate numbers. Just use it as an indication of what Google finds you relevant for. To answer your question, think of this as resource management. They aren't going to report the long tail of keywords that they measure at 1 impression.
This data comes from Google Webmaster Tools. I see the same problem when I view the data through Google Analytics: Nothing is reported having fewer than five impressions. When I look at the data in Google Webmaster Tools directly, I do see items with fewer than five impressions or clicks: When I look at the "same" data in Google Analytics, I see that ...
Basically Not only Google but any search engine love fresh/new content. Here Fresh it does not mean that you update your pages content everyday OR add new pages everyday. But here important thing is your relevant content and popular terms. Google does something called Query Deserved Freshness If there’s a search that is suddenly become very popular than ...
Regular content updates show search engines that the site is active and since an active site is more likely to be relevant for visitors than an inactive one, the page ranks higher. Regular content updates therefore are great for your site. The best time to update is whenever there is something to update. Preferably, this would be once or twice a week, but ...
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