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You can add nofollow, noindex and noarchive option to the category pages. For example, Add <meta name="robots" content="nofollow" /> to the meta tag of each of the category pages Add nofollow to category links <a href="category/things" rel="nofollow">Things</a> This will reduce the page rank of those pages. Read more about nofollow ...


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It's better for you to build up a new website. If your products is not too much, your website will not cost much. As other suggested..I also suggest you use WordPress to build your Ecommerce-website. Wordpress is one of simple CMS. So, it will help you to manage content easily. It's also really cheap to build up a WP site. You may use many free templates. ...


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For SEO if you are going to use wordpress then you can use Yoast SEO plugin as suggested by @Manoj. Next thing is search engine always love fresh content whenever it crawl your site if finds for popular keywords and fresh content so I would suggest you to keep fresh content for your site. Blog is really good way for SEO so setup it and it will help you a ...


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Well, they introduce this algorithm to eliminate webpages that are not giving good user interface on mobile devices, but still they rank higher. Before they punish them, they already send notification to Google Webmaster Tools - Mobile Usability If webmaster fix the errors in Google Webmaster Tools by making mobile layout or responsive design, then they ...


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Your situation is perfect for introducing WordPress. With WordPress you can dynamically update the content of the website in a span of few seconds. The installation doesn't take more than 10 minutes. Since it is a product based website, I would recommend using WordPress along with WooCommerce which is a free plugin within the system. There is not much ...


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Google Analytics "Rankings" or SERPs - Search Engine Results Placements? For SERPS, yes HTML/markup can influence it, depending on the depth of the change and the initial value of your markup. Like @bybe said, Google does however reward for good design such as accessibility and responsive design This means that you get improved search results for ...


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I suppose you're talking about the rankings in Google search results? In that case, any change to a site architecture can be risky, but Google has gotten really good at distinguishing the site structure (menus, sidebars, site-wide/repetitive divs) from actual website content. In other words, if you make some changes to the site layout without disturbing ...


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You can check your Page Speed Test from Gt Metrix http://gtmetrix.com/ It will give you Two Types of report - one from Gtmetrix and another from Yslow(Yahoo Tool to check Website Speed).This can give you a rough idea of page size and other elements. Google Speed Test https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ can be used to check mobile ...


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Note that Google's tool measures only a few really basic things and mostly focuses on whether the content fits on the screen or not, a pretty crude measure. A key point it misses is page weight. An RWD page with a 100MB image currently passes the Google mobile-friendly test. A genuinely mobile-friendly page should always endeavour to stay as light as ...



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