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The warning means that the pages you are linking to do not have hreflang tags pointing back to the URL listed. hreflang tags are bidirectional by nature, every time you link to a URL with hreflang tags, that URL must in turn link back to the original URL. e.g: If on this URL: http://domain.com/ You have these tags in your code: <link ...


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I don't speak Albanian, but I ran a little test on google.al. When I type keng in the search box, it offered me kenge and keng popullore in the drop box. keng popullore returns many music videos and some include the këngë spelling in their title. This confirms what I thought. Google can deal with incorrect spellings in your language. If I were you, I would ...


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Depending on what your site is about, you might want to consider building a glossary section for at least your most common keywords. You could then link to and from this content silo. This way, you'll garner traffic from both and it wouldn't be spammy because you're educating or clarifying terminology. For example: Official Term Common Term Definition ...


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You should always use the correct spelling and punctuation for the target language. From there define the correct language hinting in the meta tags on your page. Also if you are concerned about common misspellings you can also reference those in the meta tags in the header. Modern search engines such as Google interpret misspellings and based on context ...


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As for whether to use a sub-domain or directory, the answer is deceptively simple as I write in this answer (ignore title): Any evidence that subdomain can help with domain authority and vice-versa? As for the suggestion that linking between sub-domains is particularly good for search performance, that is just plain foolish. I will explain briefly. Google, ...



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