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In your header you have a canonical link (on line 11, just under <title>). It looks like this on your page: <link href="http://escene.ir/component/products/?task=view.12" rel="canonical" /> This element tells Google your preferred URL for a page which has several urls to choose from. This is to prevent you from being penalized for having ...


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Google doesn't care about the length of your articles. It cares about whether your page satisfies the searchers that it sends to your site. With that in mind, the length of your articles should be: Long enough to inform the user. Short enough that most users read the whole thing. There is no "minimum length" for web pages to be indexed. Web pages ...


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The only consideration I see is that the words download, PDF, and article will become likely the top three or at least within the top ten keywords your site is known for therefore the site topic as seen by Google and/or Bing maybe that of article download. There may be two problems with that: Your site is not about article downloading. It can dilute the ...


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If your repeated content is used to help your users and doesn't content keywords of your website, I don't think it would be considered as keyword stuffing by search engines. However, if you want to avoid potential duplicate content issues, you can avoid repeating this paragraph over your all pages and migrate it to a new page like an "help center to ...


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I assume you're referring to http://www.andreexpress.be/diensten/ramenwasser/. Was the page's <title> tag ever "ramen en vitrines"? If you changed the title after Google indexed the page, Google is probably using a cached version of the page. Give them time to re-index the page and the title will be updated accordingly.


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Days, Weeks and Months... It can take Google days, weeks and even months for Google to remove pages marked noindex, robots and 404's. Generally it takes Google several crawls before Google acts on the new information of a page. User Errors It should be also noted that more than often users make human errors and create 404's, noindexs and so forth by ...


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Your biggest issue here are the 80 words: how relevant are they? I highly doubt you'll get a conclusive answer on a ratio, so I'm just gonna share my experience. If you think about headers, menus, footers and all of that, most websites are pretty repetitive. I have been very successful in one website for example, where the only different content in many ...


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If you marked those pages with a noindex meta tag, there are two possible reasons I see: Googlebot didn't reindex the site yet and you don't have wait enough (it can take a lot of time like several weeks, it depends on the site crawl rate) You use 404 instead of 410 HTTP status (Gone)


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In most cases, the homepage has more SEO weight because it gets more backlinks to it than other pages. If you want to see showing up on Google Search each page of your site for specific keywords, you can try: to optimize each page for these specific keywords (<title>, <h1>, etc.) to get more backlinks to these internal pages


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It is not the perceived depth of directory that google factors into rankings, urls with so called deep directories can be indexed and ranked just as shorter ones can. http://www.searchenginejournal.com/url-structure-seo/11801/ Though Google does recommend you keep urls as simple as possible. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/76329?hl=en


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Is the SEO specialist right? Yes and no (or more appropriately, debateable). That said, the closer you are to the root domain (in your example mysite.com) the better. The lower down in the path you are, the less prominence Google will give to your page. So in your example: www.mysite.com/products/page_name/123 Is definitely the preferred way to do it, ...


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Actually, your site is not slow. The graph is in milliseconds. Your download speeds hover around 1 to 1.5 seconds. That is actually pretty good. Yes there are faster sites, but you would be surprised by what sites are slower. Keep in mind that Google is not kind when measuring these numbers. And your numbers are okay. Keep in mind, much of your download ...


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You should be fine with noindexing the page, as there is no legal requirement to have T&C pages indexed (nor even included on a site). However you might want to do a back link check and check traffic to the page in GA first; perhaps people are linking to the page (unlikely) or it gets a lot of traffic and this could be why it keeps getting picked? If ...


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For the labels of the roads you don't have to set the color of the label, but only style the 'hue', 'saturation' and 'lightness'. For example: var styles = [ { "featureType": "road", "elementType": "labels.icon", "stylers": [ { "Hue": "#0a9ad7" }, { "saturation": 100 }, { "lightness" : -20 } ...


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I've solved it by using a script that redirects the user if he is logged into G+. I've scavenged the script from this site The explanation on how the script works can be found here.


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It would be much better practice to have the one destination accessible from different areas of the site. If you had for example store/productpage/theproduct and from wherever you place the product it was just to use this link then you avoid copied content and there is no need to redirect. If the pages have been indexed though then you may want to follow the ...


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If two URLs are indexed by Google, it most probably considers that two URLs imply a duplicate content issue and it can penalize SEO of your two pages. A good way to avoid this is to implement 301 redirect from one URL to the other or use the rel="canonical" tag on one URL. Read the Google support page on duplicate content for more information.


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You already did the important steps and answered your question with: almost all of them say "Make SEO and wait". There is a few other ideas which may or may not work for you. Try out a Facebook Page, Twitter, and Social Networking. That usually gets people involved some more within your site and the activities of the site when you post on the social ...


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I have included this link to a similar question that I answered. It is a rather extensive and thorough answer. How to tell how old a page is? In the case of a download that is a binary file, various parsers exits to read many of these files, however, there may not always be a good clue for Google to assess a date. It may be that in some cases, the date is ...


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Specifying a canonical on the filter pages to the parent (non-filter) page is perfectly fine but you can also serve a meta noindex, nofollow on these filter pages as well and instruct Google what to do with these filter URL's (if they contain parameters) from the section of Google WMT you've already mentioned. Disallowing them in robots.txt is also another ...


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This topic can be quiet debatable as stated. However, there are 2 general rules. make the url simple understandable and relevant i.e site.com/shop/pens is much better then site.com/this/shop/sells/pens?id=123123123 make the step to get to the desired location as short as possible If you follow these two rules then regardless of if your url is "optimised" ...


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Max, Google does support structured data for Organization markups, but they don't support rich snippets for the type. If you change schema.org/Organization to schema.org/LocalBusiness in your markup, you'll see the testing tool results change and the rich snippets displaying. So the error message you're seeing is in regards to rich snippets, not the ...


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Google reads hyphens (-) as word separators in URL's so they can quite easily distinguish this-is-my-image.jpg as This is my image. From a readability perspective, we always follow the format of hyphenating words in file names. You can learn more about this here and to quote from the article:- Google has confirmed that the point (.), the comma (,) and ...


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Okay so the first thing to make clear here is that you're using the Google Analytics URL Builder to add campaign parameters. And you're correct, you're confused by the terminology used... Source: The source sending the traffic via the URL. Medium: What type of traffic is it. Term: A term that identifies the specifics of the type of traffic. Content: ...


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The home page of a website generally ranks higher than most other pages, especially new pages which don't have many incoming links and are newly indexed. Google, and presumably other search engines, dynamically generate titles and descriptions based on the query. The fact that your homepage, which features posts in the traditional blog style (reverse ...


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I am not exactly sure I am following you so I will repeat what I think I understand. You have a blog home page that list recent post snippets using the post titles and some text. When you search tor the title of a particular post, the home page is listed in the search engine result page (SERP) first. The scenario that comes to mind is this. Your post has ...


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You don't state the reason to do that, so the general answer is no. JavaScript files are not usually crawled, search engines know they are there, but they usually don't do anything with them because they don't have any content for users. So there is no need to do that from the Search Engines/Crawlers perspective. From the perspective of normal users, it ...


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These all work to help the removal process, but Google WebMasters has a YouTube Video explaining that when a pages goes to 404 statues, and with how many links are being indexed, removed, modified, it is going to take time for them to remove the link permanently from the system.



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