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Are you talking about site:www.sample.com vs site:a.sample.com OR site:sample.com vs site:a.sample.com Google usually shows all subdomains when you do site:sample.com including results from a.sample.com but if you do site:www.sample.com (where www is a subdomain), it shows only results from www.sample.com. Even in case of site:sample.com vs ...


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I'm going to have to say google is too slow. Your best bet is to go into Google search console, access your domain within it, then select the gear icon and then site settings, then for crawl rate, select "Limit Google's maximum crawl rate" and select the biggest crawl value by moving the slider all the way to the right. Then google will make up to 2+ ...


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tl;dr I think your images are indexed OK, but you are simply not able to see all the images that Google has indexed. i did search in google image search and counted the number of images. it was around only 500. Curious, I see considerably more when performing a site: search for your real site on Google Image search. But there are more than 500 images ...


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"Is there anything like it will index only from particular path?" It sounds like you want a "canonical URL" for each image. That's smart; it may help "improve link and ranking signals for content available through multiple URL structures or via syndication" (to quote the source below). Google has an article on this: Use canonical URLs A search for "magento ...


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When you divide an article into sections, you want to apply pagination HTML in your code to make search engines understand that what you are presenting are sections of a document (much like pages of a book). This URL shows HTML code you can use for pagination: https://yoast.com/rel-next-prev-paginated-archives/ If you don't use proper pagination, then ...


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Interest in anything waxes and wanes. Every bucket can only be filled so far. Popular television programs gain a first time audience but some of them find they're not interested and don't come back. All of those apply to you.


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Asking for indexing to Google by submitting a sitemap file or putting some links from other websites to your own doesn't necessarily correlate with your traffic. Even if fresh content can influence rankings, it doesn't neccesarily increase your traffic when new pages are indexed (especially if your site and/or your new pages are not well SEO-optimized). A ...



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