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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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This may be a sneaky blackhat trick I've seen before, see if the below sounds like it could be it. They take a copy of your website HTML/images etc and store in a subfolder of a domain. Software such as WinHTTrack may have been used for this. They create and submit a sitemap of this static content to Google Webmaster Tools under their domain and wait a few ...


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If the value is a URL, you must use link instead of meta. <link itemprop="image" href="/uploads/images/medium/product_img.jpg" />


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Yes, Google can do that and it is best to assume that anything that is publicly available on the internet may be indexed by Google. Linked to or not. Of course, if you don't link to it the chances of it being indexed go way down. However, Google uses a multitude of tools to gather URLs for indexing. Recently there was a news item about Dropbox links that ...


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Think of the linking as a chain reaction. Google won't link to domains if it has no way of accessing it or even finding it. If a friend advertises your URL on a popular forum site that Google always indexes, then there's a chance Google will scan your URL and possibly index it, thinking the link may be part of the site. Is the fact I've installed ...



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