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but i have one concern if the alternate URL is your home page and the originating URL's are more than 1000 which is exceeding the limit of 1000 URL's from alternate url source( which is home page in my case) then what we should do, because most of the originating url's from the webmaster report is "out of stock"
@andrew lott i am completely agree with the input you share with us. i have also seen this update in my sites webmaster dashboard this today's morning
You should do something to ensure that Google does not find low quality plagiarized content mixed in with higher quality content. You are right to be worried. Large amounts of low quality or copied content can get your entire site penalized such that it doesn't rank well. Splitting the sites is one option that might work. Another option would be to ...
Not necessarily but it would require considerable time to tweak your wiki. See here: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Multilingual_MediaWiki Note that if you had both languages on the same wiki, you would not be able to: Getting an index of all pages or recent changes across languages Maintaining a single watchlist across multiple languages Using special ...
It should just work fine provided that the URL is enclosed in double-quotations, for example: Old URL: http://www.example.com/folder%20name/page%20name.html New URL: `http://www.example.com/folder/page Redirect 301 "/folder/page%20name.html" http://www.example.com/folder/page
Google has a help page for multi language sites in which it states: Translating only the boilerplate text of your pages while keeping the bulk of your content in a single language (as often happens on pages featuring user-generated content) can create a bad user experience if the same content appears multiple times in search results with various ...
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