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Don't do this. This will create a bad ranking page, with duplicates (the next/prev pages) and will cost your more than you will gain. Rule of thumb: Don't make pages just for bots. To prefent indexing you could just add the robots metatag with the value NOINDEX. What you need is a sitemap xml :) Those are perfect fort situations like this; To indicate pages ...
If you have an XML sitemap, you can specify a lastmod tag like below and it gives a hint to the search engine crawler when the page has last been updated: <url> <loc>http://www.example.com/</loc> <lastmod>2005-01-01</lastmod> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>0.8</priority> ...
First of all you will need to prepare a sitemap. Sitemap is nothing just a map of your site which will list each page of your website. It tells search engines that about your new pages. Then you have to tell submit these sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.
Though doing a site: search in Google images shows the images listed, it's not an easy way to find out if they are all indexed, as it doesn't have a total count and can infinite scroll for a long time if you have many images. However if you turn of java script in your browser then do a the same search, you will get an approx number of results shown and ...
You can find out if Google is indexing your images by heading over to Google.com, searching for site:yourdomain.com then click the images tab. This will list what Google has decided to index. Please note, Google doesn't just index every image on the planet and it can take some time. Chances are if Google has indexed one lazy load image, it can then read ...
Yes. Add a robots.txt file that disallows either all robots or just the Google bot.
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