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It’s similar to using the meta element for Microdata (in fact, the only difference between meta and link is that link must be used if the value is a URI, meta in every other case): Use link if you can’t provide a visible hyperlink/image/video/etc. A typical (but not the only) reason for using link is in cases where the URL is not supposed to be visited by ...


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Google does not always include publication dates in snippet. 1) Sitemap:- Many of wordpress seo plugins, automatically ping to Google Webmaster Tools(GWT), so Googlebot fetch the dates from sitemap directly, it will not look out in your blog post dates. 2) Rss Feed:- If you submitted ATOM feed in GWT, then Google use that info to find out fresh content in ...


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Page Rank measure's the importance of your website. to get page rank you have to do lots of search engine optimizations tactics.


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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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To prevent your whole site from being crawled, then No. 2: User-agent: * Disallow: / This blocks every URL from being crawled. The URL-path following the Disallow: directive is a prefix. If the requested URL starts with this URL-path, it will be blocked. The minimum URL path you can have is / (your home page / document root) - you can't have an empty path ...


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Isolated cases should not be a concern - if most links are good then the proverbial rotten apple will not spoil the barrel. You should indeed worry if your link systematically appears on such sites, so that the penguin may guess that you put in some work into getting them there. At this point, disavow and manual removal are not mutually exclusive: you should ...


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Short answer: No. Long answer: Location is not a concern at all, do you mean a site with a .fr extension? There's word (no solid confirmation, though) that .com's are favored as they are harder to get while exotic ones are discounted for the opposite reason. .fr should be solid enough in either case. There may be an issue with linking and clickthrough rates ...


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Your ads can be eligible to show social extensions without any setup if they meet the following requirements: Your Google+ page: Your Google+ page has to be linked to your website and have a significant number of followers, meaning a minimum of 100 for most companies. Follow these instructions to link your Google+ page and your website if they aren't ...


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You can do this using the hreflag meta tag, see https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/189077 Important to note that "each language page must identify all language versions, including itself." So yours should look something like; <link rel="alternate" hreflang="en" href="http://www.englishsite.com/somepage/" /> <link rel="alternate" ...


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It seems like you have your HTTP and HTTPS sites redirect to the HTTPS version of your www.example.com. This is good. Just know there is a cost for this initially. In your case, only one sitemap will ever be seen. It is the HTTPS version of your www.example.com site. Any sitemap should reflect both HTTPS and www in the URLs that are listed. Any other URL ...


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Easiest with AdSense URL channels https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/126138


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ok, after trying a lot of search what i understood is the following: 1) all the sites promising SEO enhancement, SEO evaluation(like checking your page for problems ect) are BS. 2) just mantain a good website, without too many errors, with H1 tags, and other meta(basically what GOOGLE SAYS, nothing else) 3) be famous. that's it. i think they have some magic ...


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Button size can affect the usability of the website. Meaning, if the button is too small, users won't love to stay longer on your site, leading to a higher bounce rate. Google might consider that the user wasn't able to find what he is looking for on the website. This is just one of the factors. Just remember that your site must be able to pass Google's ...


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Based on the Removal Type column in your screen shot being "SafeSearch page filtering", and the fact that acknowledge that it's adult content, I think that likely somebody has reported your site to Google as being adult content, or offensive in some manner. Users can submit adult content URLs at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/safesearch. Google ...


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Button size doesn't matter but the margins around them, AKA how far they are away from other tap targets does. How much does it matter? Not much. We have various warns about this too for a couple widgets, but frankly it's fine, and we are not gonna fix it. Still ranks, still get the mobile tag. Now if your whole template was full of these, it would be ...


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I think it's important to clarify context. As suggested in comments, the linked article refers to tap-targets on mobile/touch devices... roughly 7mm, or 48 CSS pixels on a site with a properly-set mobile viewport. "48 CSS pixels ... with a properly-set mobile viewport" does not necessarily mean 48 literal screen pixels, since a "CSS pixel" is relative ...


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The downside of Google is you can never now for sure because they like their secrets, and the size of the operation makes it difficult to be sure that the system works even in the way they think it does. But in this case probably yes. It is possible to get messages in webmaster tools along these lines: Google systems have tested 137,000 pages from your ...


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Google has been promoting Schema.org as the preferred vocabulary for structured data. According to their Structured Data Policies: The data may be embedded in your webpage using any of three supported formats: JSON-LD, RDFa, and microdata. I seem to recall Google used to read Microformats as well but can no longer find reference to it in any of their ...


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If you have a host of legacy data with this separation, you are better off leaving it as it is. You can usually sort this out in your reports, so having consistent data is best. In contrast, if this is a new partner, you should keep the medium consistent and use "affiliate". You never know what dimensions or metrics will reveal important data. If you have ...


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Their page about stackoverflow could be a good target for seo That's debatable. On the page you link to I just see some numbers and whole bunch of links. Would I really be searching Google to "analyse" someone's site, or go straight to the dedicated tool? But I think the main "problem" with allowing Google to crawl this particular page is that it is ...


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You should create an Advanced Segment from the Admin Panel or Segment Dashboard, then simply activate it and look at the Events reports (obviously, you should also create Events for signups and contact forms). As you can see, you can set everything you need from the Conditions tab. Just Time on Site is different, because you can't set a number in seconds ...


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This is not available via the Google Analytics interface - Goals are either destinations or visit duration or pageview, but alas they cannot have, at the moment at least, multiple criteria or conditions in the criteria. One way around is to have separate goals for each criteria and then create a segment that includes only visitors that have met all three ...


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Googlebot crawls your website with a mobile user agent: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 6_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/536.26 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/6.0 Mobile/10A5376e Safari/8536.25 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html) It uses that crawl to determine how your site is configured for mobile users. Because the user ...


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Perhaps you don't understand how google image search works. Like regular google searches it will return all results for the search word/phrase. So unless your name or search is unique there will be multiple results. If you are searching for your image by name there are a few things you ought be aware of. Is there actually an image with your name ...


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If you suspect people would misspell so much, consider to simply change brand name. It's reasonable. Anyway: you would find queries with misspelled brand name in your Webmaster Tools. If some of them get a discreet amount of traffic, just bid them on AdWords. It would come cheap. No, Google won't learn anything from what you do on AdWords, but at least you ...


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Google and other major search engines are pretty good at learning and returning brandings that are purposely mispelt. Even my own site spelt BYBE google used to returning results for 'BABY' and 'BABE' for almost a year, other good examples: Flickr Reddit Digg Tumblr Mashbord Fiverr All purposely misspelt Google will assoicate the correct and incorrect ...



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