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Actually my site is 100% clean of any pornography and it's been blocked by mistake If your site isn't appearing in Google search results, or it's performing more poorly than it once did (and you believe that it does not violate Google Webmaster Guidelines), you can ask Google to reconsider your site. First, review the Manual Actions page to see if ...


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The WebCat system you refer to I believe is owned and operated as a hosted service by Cyberoam/Sophos. Check the current categorization for your website URL by entering it into their Web Categorization URL Lookup form. If you consider the resulting category to be inaccurate then they also then show you a web-based form into which you can suggest a more ...


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I scanned your website with Sucuri and it came up clean of malware http://www.sucuri.net however it did show a warning: Wordpress internal path: /home/content/62/8621962/html/inkattech/wp-content/themes/Matrix/index.php Sucuri is quite good at picking all types of malware and if it says your site is clean of malware it's a safe bet that it is. So I ...


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Google's Webmaster Guidelines state very clearly that they don't want you trying to get search results pages indexed: Use robots.txt to prevent crawling of search results pages or other auto-generated pages that don't add much value for users coming from search engines. If you have an "Advanced Search" page then it's probably okay to let that be ...


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This is because of the x-frame-options:SAMEORIGIN response header. If you analyse a HTTP response from YouTube you will see the following: As you can see there is a response header, 2nd from bottom, that sets x-frame-origin to SAMEORIGIN. This basically prevents you from framing content from YouTube in an iframe on your own site. The idea is to prevent ...


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this http://www.webpronews.com/could-googles-safesearch-be-costing-you-traffic-by-filtering-your-safe-images-2013-10 may help you, but in general check the following: check your text content and image filenames for things that Google could view as adult words make sure your outbound links aren’t pointing to any adult areas make sure you’re not hosted on ...


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To be honest with you I would like to think that Mail Chimp will have spf records and domain keys etc all sorted out and generally keeping the reputation of their infrastructure clean. Hence I would imagine this will be issues with your content and interactions from your recipients. A couple of things I have noticed straight off. It looks quite image ...


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I would check out Change History tab in the admin console under ACCOUNT. Change history lists: Date Email (who performed activity) Activity (e.g. account, user, view, goal, filter), and what action was performed (e.g. added to account, created, deleted). More information in Google's Documentation - View the history of account changes


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If users are searching by combinations of two filters, then it makes sense to have a landing page for them. However, don't just blindly create pages for all combinations of two filters. Rather use Google trends or the Google AdWords keyword estimator to figure out which filter combinations will have search volume. Create landing pages just for the ...


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Do you want to rank against filter URL? No wont if do want that, because filter URL will mostly give the same content and Google will rank you for the best URL only. I as an SEO expert suggest to disallow those filter URLs using your robots.txt and let the Google crawl only the main URLs. You can track the patten of filter URl and disallow by using 1-2 ...


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I'm fairly sure that you unable to retroactively filter by IP; this is to keep the data anonymous and in line with Google Analytics privacy policy. The nearest that you can do is filter by ISP by choosing [hostname] I know this may be of no use though, however, if you combine the hostname with the city that you are based, you will have a more rigid ...


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Chances are, they are right. Before you jump to the conclusion that they are "wrongly filtering", I would suggest you audit your site to make sure everything really is in order. You should review the generated output of your site as served up not to you but to an anonymous user on the internet (use a proxy server to reach it from something other than your ...


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Assuming that your offices are well setup and making system changes a breeze then you should update the host files on the machines so that Google ads to not display on this machines in the first place. You should be able to do an audit on peoples host files and just add this line. 127.0.0.1 pagead2.googlesyndication.com There may be other hostnames that ...



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