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I don't really understand what you mean with "duplicating LANGUAGE of another website", and i don't really understand why he wants their website to rank higher in the SERPS. If you mean you want to duplicate their content, you should really not do this, unless it's a second website from your company and you cannonicalise everything. If you mean you want ...


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Here you can find a good explanation about the Knowledge Graph, the system used by Google to give "answers to search queries", and not "links to search keywords". http://www.seobythesea.com/2013/05/google-knowledge-graph-results/ Getting the Best Summaries – by organizing and presenting information about an entity that appears within our queries in a ...


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The postal address that Google shows for a business in the search results comes from the listing for that business that Google shows on its maps. To correct that address, claim your business listing in Google My Business. Here are Google's instructions for claiming and verifying your business. Their help document for editing your listing has instructions ...


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Structured data. This tool will show you how to add it to your pages. You can use Google structured data testing tool to check your pages. The whole vocabulary is available on schema.org: schema for games is at schema.org/Game. The examples at the bottom of the schema pages have been helpful to me.


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Once you have clicked that Google Support link, select: Business information and edits Other problem Email This will put you in touch with a specialist from the Google My Business team who manage business listings on Google Search. And then from there specify in your email message the list of businesses for which you need the action links removing and it ...


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It really depends on the actual wording of your domain and how long you had it that counts, but more importantly how many consecutive years you had it. If you had it longer, then you should be able to have full rights to the domain. Just make sure you get proof from ICANN indicating how long you have your domain registered to your name, and if possible, ...


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Belay my last! I found it. Of course this is always the way... On this page: https://developers.google.com/custom-search/docs/tutorial/implementingsearchbox I found that instead of <gcse:searchbox-only></gcse:searchbox-only>, you would need to use and modify <gcse:searchbox-only ...


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You need to get a 301 redirect command added to the "wordpress.com" web server. The basic free service doesn't provide this capability. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/is-there-a-301-redirects-manager?replies=2#post-2356582 None of the non-Enterprise subscriptions support adding your own plugin https://en.support.wordpress.com/plugins/ There are 2 ...


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Make sure you return a 404 or a 410 for deleted pages. Then resubmit a sitemap.xml with all the links/URLs of the website before the SEO attack using dummy recent lastmod values. Make sure your are not blocking access to those URLS in your robots.txt. Then, be patient.


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Use the "Fetch as Google" function in Google Webmaster tools and then click on "Submit to index" and then select "Crawl this URL and its direct links". This should expedite the re-crawl of those specific pages.


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Re-submit the sitemap and... wait. Also, the most effective way to "stimulate" Google to re-visit and re-index is through new links from other websites to the pages that need to be spidered.


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Completely de-listing a website from Google search (and partners) is possible, but usually only done for egregious spam sites that have little or no redeeming value. Google has a range of other penalties that they can apply to a site (most severe first): De-listing a website for all but brand and domain searches Introducing a negative ranking factor such ...


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I don't realy get your question but if your question is all about algos of Google I say NO. If someone's site are hit by Google algo especially the penguin they must clean or delete the spam links and wait again for the release of next update of penguin to be get in the google ranking again.


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It looks like you have the US version as both the canonical and alternate version: http://www.clubmatestravel.com/about' /> http://au.clubmatestravel.com/about' /> Fix these tags and also check out this resource on locale-aware crawling by Googlebot: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6144055?hl=en


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Google has a spec for AJAX (SPA) applications, https://developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/docs/specification. basically you need to provide the server the same content, but by using classic web site (request-response) technology. I call it a core site.



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