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That does not look like a dip due to an algorithmic penalty or change. It is more likely a glitch - either in your code, your server settings or in Googlebot crawling your site. Your first port of call when trouble-shooting this is to double-check that nothing was changes on your site - especially no erroneous robots.txt code, no major directory name / URL ...


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Problem explained:- This hack is getting very common these days. This is surely a glitch on part of Google which is being implemented with the help of hacked websites. Duplicate websites which are being shown in Google are hacked websites. They are being used as an intermediary to redirect traffic on other websites(or amazon affiliate links in the same ...


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Note: the link to this question has come up often in searching. Thought it deserved an attempt at an answer. I've found three resources thus far, but everything seems to be woefully incomplete. Especially after doing an informal sample of resources found on GS. Here is a small list i've found currently. Arlitsch, Kenning, and O'Brien, Patrick. ...


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Don't do this. This will create a bad ranking page, with duplicates (the next/prev pages) and will cost your more than you will gain. Rule of thumb: Don't make pages just for bots. To prefent indexing you could just add the robots metatag with the value NOINDEX. What you need is a sitemap xml :) Those are perfect fort situations like this; To indicate pages ...


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There are few steps through which you can increase the rate Google crawl: Update your website content on a regular basis Create a sitemap Do not use duplicate content Reduce your site loading time Prohibit access to unwanted page to Google via robots.txt Optimize and monitor Google crawl rate via Google webmaster tools Use pinging service Submit your site ...



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