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When a page is reported in WMT, it means that their bot actually tried to scan this page normally. When clicking on the error, you can see where the page is linked from. There may be invalid links to your website all around the web and you should research it and possibly notify the owners of these websites if relevant. Seems the selected answer refers to ...


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i would go this way: go into log files and check, which parameters has googlebot (IP, user agent etc.) On IP addresses you can relate on this list: http://www.iplists.com/google.txt Then drive all IPs through geo-localization to get to know, from where exactly comes the bot. And then go to webpagetest.org and try to select the most nearest location, most ...


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Googlebot processes each of the pages it crawls in order to compile a massive index of all the words it sees and their location on each page. In addition, they process information included in key content tags and attributes, such as Title tags and ALT attributes. Adding the Fetch as Google tool will help put your new content in front of Google searchers ...


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Please DO A/B test the design however, use Google's analytic tool, "Experiments", to do this. https://developers.google.com/analytics/solutions/experiments-feature-reference I have used this several times, with good success and never experienced a penalty as a result. Also be sure to use the mobile site check tools from google as well as the "mobility ...


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All Gzip decompression programs can decompress any of the levels. The compression level doesn't change the format of the output at all. The compression level is good for managing load on your server. Gzip will spend many more CPU cycles trying to compress the data better when you specify a higher compression level. In my experience the benefits of ...


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These both free services for log file realtime visualization will help you: http://logstalgia.io/ http://www.fudgie.org/



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