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Yes, BUT Ensure you don't have a 301 redirect chain like: http://olddomain.com/test => http://www.olddomain.com/test => http://intermediatedomain.com/test => https://www.newdomain.com Once I had a 301 redirect chain only for some pages, and guess what? Those pages had "difficulties" to get updated in Google. Also, Matt Cutts from Google said you should ...


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you will surely penalized by Google panda, If you are adding profile pages into sitemap, and you also be penalize by Google Penguin if you have no control on outbound links. So Don't forgot to learn about nofollow attributes. In my real advice, Don't add every profile url into sitemap, simple disallow your /profile directory from robots.txt Just look out ...


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It may be that Google is a bit confused. I see nothing that tells Google that it is a sitemap per se' though I am sure it is obvious to you an I. Remember that it is kind of difficult to distinguish all cases in code especially if you are a search engine with so many crazy sites out there doing "God knows what?" So you may have to help poor G out a bit. ...


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Google is only going to index millions of pages from a site with lots of reputation. I'd estimate that your site would have to have at least PageRank 6 before Google were willing to index that many pages on your site. That is especially true when the pages are only listed in a sitemap (as tillinberlin suggests). User profile pages are often low quality. ...


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I would suggest you use a sitemap – if you don't use one already: You can list large number of individual pages. Google (and other search engines) do like to crawl sitemaps. Pages listed on sitemaps don't have to be 'exposed' on the website – so you don't have to have a page listing all user profiles. Building sitemaps can be done programmatically – either ...


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I'm gonna assume you have two versions of your website from one URL and the desktop version has been hacked. Check your .htaccess file and look for lines that detect for mobile devices. If they are present, then there will be redirection going on if the device in question isn't of the correct type. Code to look for can be found by selecting any of the ...



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