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If its possible, try redoing your PDF files so they are smaller in size. Smaller files can be downloaded faster than larger files and the server will then be ready sooner for more users. In a server setup, there is a limit on the number of processes that can be handled by the server at any one time and in apache, this is defined by MaxClients value. ...


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While there is no rule that says that you cannot have two templated links to your home page via an image and then navigation, I would advise against it as a rule. As well, I advise against creating two different links to any page within your template design generally. However, this is sometimes done in places such as the footer and this is okay. Google will ...


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You should NOT use nofollow on one of the links. nofollow tells search engines that you can't vouch fer the authenticity of the link. It may have been automatically created by a user or spammer. If you tell search engines they can't trust one such link on the page, they will automatically assume they can't trust either link on the page. Using nofollow ...


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Don't worry about small things like this. It's perfectly fine to have both links. Don't nofollow either of the links. With regard to the home page links… Having the logo linked to the homepage provides the conventional link to the root. http://ux.stackexchange.com/questions/81727/why-is-it-standard-for-a-website-logo-to-navigate-to-the-home-page Having ...


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There are some behavior differences you should be aware of that may help you. After a relaunch of my site and after a period of 301 redirects to new pages, I decided to issue 404 errors but recapture the traffic that might have gotten lost with custom HTML. The 404 page worked as expected, however, when I dropped the custom 404 HTML, I found 2 of my pages ...


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There's little to no ranking value here. Just do what is right for your design and users.


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Having a link in a button or not it doesn't affect the ranking juice transfer in any way. If it works for you in some practical way you better keep it. It's a harmless little button after all.


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Reddit links don't carry the nofollow link relationship unless they are from a users page on the network. In the examples you provide, they are followed links. There is no CSS or Javascript override or just served for Googlebot making publicly shared URL's nofollow. I fetched a page as Googlebot to confirm this also. You can see an example of which links ...


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Okay. To begin. The term *toxic link** is not used by Google. It is fully an SEO chatter class invention and some are using this term to either gain users to their site and scare the bejeebers out of you as well as carve out importance for themselves or sell you something. As far as Google is concerned, there is no such thing as a toxic link. There are bad ...


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I'll kick this off... Relevant Forum Signatures Exact keywords - toxic Partial keywords - high risk Partial company name - medium risk Unique company name anchor text - medium risk Brand name - medium risk Your name - low risk Img link - low risk http:// link - low risk Img src no link - no risk Domain/Brand/Name/Business name mention - no risk


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There are pros and cons for using both of the options. In point of SEO however it doesn't matter. Using relative links (Method 2 in your question) is good if you need to change the domain in later point, as it will keep your html files fully functional (if you keep the same structure of course). The con of using this method is mainly the chance for ...


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For many web pages, either method will work just fine without a bad impact on performance or SEO, however if your site has a single page with hundreds of links or more, then I'd go with method two and specify a default path via the BASE tag in order to not screw up links since that will cut down on code size and therefore reduce loading time. So as an ...


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Neither matter for SEO at all when you consider relative or full path URLs. What matters is the link text and the target page as well as where the link exists in content. As your example, assuming that this is a navigational link, there will be little value for the link text, however, it will have some value assuming that exists within a <nav> tag. ...



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