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You can give Google Ripples a try by plugging the destination URL into the following https://plus.google.com/ripple/details?url= But the share may not be public, so you may not be able to see it.


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Most websites have many links to important pages: The home page is usually linked from the logo on every page The login page usually has lots of links The privacy policy and terms of service are usually linked in the footer of every page There is usually main navigation on every page There is nothing wrong with linking to certain pages a lot. Almost ...


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Don't link all to the same page. Give relevant meta title to each sub pages of website. And the give interlinking according to the keywords and blog posts. Relevancy is important.


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Yes. But more importantly, a link within content is most important. Any link in most any placement on the page will be good for you assuming that the site is of quality and the link has good link alt text. There is some exception to this of course. For example a link in the footer is not wise. As well, a site-wide link is also not wise. Just make sure you ...


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nofollow needs to be used only: when you don't trust the links (in your case links to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.) for paid links for crawl prioritization You are not in these 3 cases, that's why if I were you I wouldn't add nofollow to these links. More info about nofollow on this Google's support page.


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That HTML document was created by Microsoft Office which puts that meta tag in automatically. Microsoft office documents contain reference to other files. When office converts the file to HTML it includes that list in this format. Google reports that it runs into it occasionally when crawling the web. As far as I know, only Microsoft Office itself makes ...


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Safe? Yes. Effective? No. Pagination and Pagerank You are hoping to get more Pagerank passed to the pages that are not on page one. It won't work. Pagination can serve the same SEO purpose as a sitemap: it will get Googlebot to crawl and index all your content. But, just like a sitemap, it won't help the pages rank much. Consider the case in ...


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Having a duplicate set of navigation links isn't going to change how Google sees your site much. In fact, when Googlebot encounters a second link to the same destination in a page, it generally ignores it: PageRank is only passed to the first link Anchor text only counts for the first link Having duplicate navigation is very common. I've worked with ...


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Search engines crawlers follow the most restrictive rule. If you use nofollow in your meta tag, no link will be followed. If you use follow in your meta tag, all links will be followed except those with rel="nofollow". So answer to your question is no, meta tag with follow doesn't override individual rel="nofollow". ...


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How to add similar sites Google will only associate other sites with your own if theirs many websites that the website is similar too, if your site is unique or badly optimized you will not get a similar. Also for some searches it may be disabled and generally most similar are for front pages only. Share and search bar Sharing and search bar options are ...


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Putting keywords in the title attribute doesn't give SEO value to the linked site and the page of the link. However, the anchor of a link gives SEO value to the linked site and the page of the link. Consequently, regarding optimizing the SEO value of a link, keywords in the anchor needs to be seriously considered instead of the "title" attribute. However, ...



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