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I'm going to have to say google is too slow. Your best bet is to go into Google search console, access your domain within it, then select the gear icon and then site settings, then for crawl rate, select "Limit Google's maximum crawl rate" and select the biggest crawl value by moving the slider all the way to the right. Then google will make up to 2+ ...


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All outbound links rel=nofollow? This is common question that arouses in mind of those who avail SEO marketing services There can be only one reason to do so and that is you are linking to all spammy sites on which you do not trust. So this may give a hint to Google that you are doing spam. Which i think will not be good for your SEO. So use rel=nofollow ...


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Robots.txt Google on occasions has been known to ignore robots.txt, it should never be treated as a guarantee. Sensitive pages should always some of form of authentication, or you could opt to block those user agents by returning a 403 forbidden status. However, this is not the issue. Google Probing Googlebot is known to probe sites with different user ...


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In short, you're right that search engines don't typically read or store cookies. However this shouldn't in itself cause problems for you. You haven't said which, but you're using either the user's IP address or browser language setting to determine which regional page to redirect to. Presumably, there's also a default region which is used if your ...



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