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Nope, there's no way. However, the closest you'll get is selecting a long period of time in Analytics and then exporting all the pages that received organic search traffic.


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wp-admin on wordpress is direct entry to your admin panel. That's why google wants you to disallow it. And... in this case, listen to google and srsly, disallow it. It's good practice :)


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The issue is the masked redirect. Masked redirects are not good for SEO. They work by using a frameset on the domain to completely contain another domain: <frameset rows="100%"> <frameset cols="100%"> <frame src="http://example.com/page.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"> </frameset> </frameset> There is no ...


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It's always good practice is to put the name, author and url in the code that you are working on. But to answer your question, I need to link you the news that google putted up before almost a year ago. Google Replaces A Site’s URL In Search Results & Uses Its Site Name & Breadcrumb Path


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our website...is a single page application and the urls change dynamically based on search results....Last week we submitted about 10 static pages which showed up at site:example.com but now they are not showing either. What shall we do so for google to start indexing our website? You're confusing google You're basically asking google to index your ...


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It shouldn't cause a problem at all. I think you're applying human thinking to a computer problem. If the pages are different then analytics will treat them as separate chains of links. No issue whatsoever. Of course the actual issue is with someone looking at the different reports / goals in 6 months remember the differences, and report correctly back to ...


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CLick below src="https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?key=YOUR_API_KEY&signed_in=true&callback=initialize"> On the "Your API Key" Then Developers console will open,ON the top You will see "Enable and Mange API's" Then fill the form you will find your API KEy Developers Console


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How would adsense treat that ever-so-important photo above the fold? Does it treat it as nothing more than a null character? no, your image above the fold has its own physical size, namely the height, which Google can recognize. Google will be able to recognize the trick too, if you would try to set something like img {height:0;} to push the ad block ...


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You will find everything you need to know about the API key on this Google page: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key Simply scroll down and hit the Get Key button, accept the terms and you'll be ready.


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Google never forgets a site that it had once indexed. Googlebot will continue to try to visit your old sites for years. There is no way that I know of to get the bots to totally stop trying to visit the old URLs. If the sites are truly down, Google won't include them in the search index. You won't get real users visiting those sites from search ...


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If you have access to those sites, add a hard 404-header. It won't get more obvious than that. The meta's (noindex and nofollow) still indicate that some content exists, you just don;t want it indexed (right now as far as they care). If those sites dont exists, use a htaccess and some CNAMES to do that same trick. (CNAME forum.site.com as site, and htaccess ...


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You could set up a single page on the subdomain with a message to users that the subdomain is no longer active, and they should access www.example.com instead. Provide a link for users to click through to the main site, and include <meta name="robots" content="noindex"> in the header for search engines to know that it's no longer available. This ...


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If you still have control on your websites before, just add this on the head <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> That will instruct the Search Engine spiders to stop indexing your website and stop following links. Those entries will be flushed from their database. Google on the other hand uses more than 1 database and it may take around ...


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Are you saying you want a title for your sitemap? Is this because you found it in Google? Sitemaps are files that contain structured data that help search engines find your pages. Nothing more. They are not intended to be content, found by users, searched for, etc. In short, they are not designed to have a title. You are worrying about something that is ...


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You shouldn't exclude the file from crawling with robots.txt - in this case Google will not be able to read it. What you should do, is to de-index it. If you run Apache, add to your htaccess following rule: <FilesMatch "robots.txt|sitemap.xml"> Header set X-Robots-Tag "noindex" </FilesMatch> This rule add noindex to your sitemap and robots ...


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Duplicate content generated by CDNs can be addressed with two approaches depending on your CDN setup: Robots.txt: Adding a robots.txt file to your CDN-URL will tell the webcrawler whether this URL should be indexed or not. Here's an example of a simple robots.txt file: User-agent: * Disallow: / Adding a canonical HTTP header to an asset will ...


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Looks like I've done thing in a wrong way. Instead of inviting manager from managing account I should request access TO managing account (user@gmail.com) FROM manager's account by managing account (manager@gmail.com) NUMBER. After I did all these things I linked accounts and now I was able to apply for API token. Thank you all for participation!


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As what @Josip Ivic pointed out, One Google account means for all Google features - If you log in to your adsense account, you will see in settings menu about other products of google and there you can sync your adsense account to Adwords, Mob, etc. This is clear I hope. In related to Access Account in Adwords is used when you would like to invite "someone ...


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Mail was registered once to adwords. And it still is. And as part of google policy, you can't link your account to new adsense account because you have one already linked to that mail.


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An Offer can reference a PriceSpecification item with the priceSpecification property: One or more detailed price specifications, indicating the unit price and delivery or payment charges. This definition refers to the three PriceSpecification sub-classes: DeliveryChargeSpecification PaymentChargeSpecification UnitPriceSpecification But if these ...


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AMP is about making pages load faster so the use case so far is for reading articles / static content only. It will give a slight ranking boost from Feb 2016 but I wouldn't worry just yet. Page speed is a really important factor from a UX point of view though. If you don't have huge resources use AMP if you have static stuff (text/IMG). You should ...


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There is a lot of discussion about wether the IP address can affect the page rank or not. For example here: https://pressable.com/blog/2013/02/21/do-you-need-a-dedicated-ip-address-for-seo/ and here https://wpengine.com/blog/the-myth-of-the-dedicated-ip-address-for-seo/ The short answer is yes it can affect your page rank


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Google has algorithms to detect duplicate content. When Google detects that two pages have the same, it picks one index and ignores the others. See: What is duplicate content and how can I avoid being penalized for it on my site? If you want to choose which one Google indexes, you should pick one and make it the canonical domain. Redirect the others to ...


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Yeh, You can target traffic by updating your content regularly. But I think we should create new content sometimes for attracting our visitors. Visitors like to see new content. We can create content in various ways. Web content can also be called in different ways or names. For example, web page create, content writing, article writing, blog writing, guest ...


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New Google Business Customers When signing up to Google Business click: I deliver goods and services to my customers at their location This will inform Google that the customer serves the services at the customers address and ultimately will hide the address. Existing Google Business Customers If you have already signed up to Google Business then its ...


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Of course it's legal but it's not going to improve your site rankings as much as a completely different IP chain or website on a totally different server. I have a lot of websites and try to use different servers for a lot of my domains. This way when you make back links they have more weight than back links from the same IP address with different domains. ...


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Despite what so many SEOs tell you, search is not about keywords. Search engines do not match keywords directly and have not for a very long time. It is all about semantics (linguistics). You have several issues. 1] Not enough content to attract search users. The more content you have, the more potential you will have to attract users. Think about it, the ...


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Your question, though a little old, is still relevant, and what started out a question about APIs turned into one about duplicate content. If you asking whether using APIs themselves will hurt your SEO, by themselves they wont. However, depending on the implementation, it could hurt SEO, but it probably still wouldn't be the fault of the API ;) As for the ...


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You should have a different title each time you change the URL. That includes changing a query string parameter. Google won't think that your site is thin or spam with many same titles, but it may think many of your pages are too similar to index. Changing the titles will help you rank for "German doctors". Without changing the page titles you would be ...


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Say you're looking for german doctors, or itialian doctors, would you: Click the page that has the title "Doctors" Click the page that has the title "Italian doctors" Search engines try to work like humans do. Optimize properly for humans and bots will often reward you for that. Apart from that, not doing the different titles will result in "Duplicate ...


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Martijn has a very good answer but I want to emphasize the most important point: Don't throw the existing website away If the existing website it working you need to have a plan for each and every page of it. You can still make big changes but for each page of the current website you need to decide if you: Leave it as is Add to it Modify it heavily ...


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First check how they currently do. Titles, description, content etc. You want to keep that the same. Do not improve (unless obvious things) Check which urls are used. Do not change url structure! Or use the proper 301 redirects to make sure current page value is transferred to the new page. You're starting on a new website, think this through. This is the ...


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You won't get a second chance, and google will leave you banned. That same situation happened to me, and recently I was asking on this question on web aplications because there's no way if you done that kind of activity that you'll get unbanned. So, the only solution is to open another account and associate it with anything you like.


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Okay. I will try and explain what I know the best that I can quickly. Perhaps just explaining some of this will make things clear. In the early days of Google, a term index would be, in effect, a relational or leaf table that tied terms in a term index (forward and reversed) to a document using a docID and wordID with other metrics. Part of semantic ...


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I assume, Google decides about indexing through measuring of duplication (or similarity) rate of certain page on URL basis and indexes all pages, containing less then 100% (or 90%, or X% - only Google knows exactly the number) duplicate (if nothing, like noindex, prevents it). Finding duplicated content isn't a trivial task and is error-prone because of ...


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Just about every website you visit will at least have a certain percentage of duplicate content. A perfect example of this is a logo specific to the website that appears on all content pages to indicate that the content is part of the website itself. This kind of thing is something google will index in its entirety (provided of course the rest of the content ...


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I use Route53 which is amazons version. I can relate that I have a 60 second TTL on all my zones and when I make a change, that change syncs to their dns infrastructure in about 10 seconds. All total when I change a record with them and sync its about 2 minutes. To affect a change to a single server I would Change or ensure ttl is at 60s. Verify that ...


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The Bodis support team returned to me with the following: If you require that your email.example.com subdomain is available to you, you're going to need to omit * (asterisks) part of your zone file and only include www 61076.BODIS.COM When CNAME forwarding, typically only the third level subdomain (www.example.com) can be forwarded while the ...



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