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Generally when you use link rel="import" for <body> elements you will use some way of calling for those elements to be displayed. One method that I'm aware of its using JavaScript with something like: Source <head> <link rel="import" href="import.html"> </head> <body> <div id="container"></div> ...


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The menus on your main site should link to your blog, and the menus on your blog should link to your main site. It is really that simple. Since you blog is a subdomain of your main domain, it is very easy to get Google and other search engines to view it as part of your site. See: Do subdomains help/hurt SEO?


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You may consider reading this about registering your domiain so you could host your blog on your site. Regarding search engine recognition, I suggest using OG social snippets in you header, this will allow search engines and social networking site s to recognise your site more easily. Just add these taggs before the </head> tag on your site. <meta ...


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There is an accepted usage of anchor tags without href attributes: Named anchors such as: <a name=sectionA>Section A</a> Search engines are fine with that, so they should be fine with your a tag with no attributes as well. They won't see it as a link and they won't try to pass link juice to it.


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Generally this is not something to worry about. I am not sure what site is linking to you, it could be a toxic site (definition below). There are many scraper sites (performance sites that scrape Alexa data or keyword sites are the norm) out there that link to the domain root and they are not toxic. They just do not have any value. I have one that has just ...


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I cannot verify this authoritatively, but based on my own observations I'm going to hypothesise that once Google has cached a page, it will continue for some time to follow links from its own cached version of the page rather than from the live version of the page. As far as I can see, the two quickest ways to get around this are: 1) to re-fetch the live ...


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Fair use works in USA and every other country that has signed Berne Convention (Every European country has signed it). It basicly means you can use screenshots in educational purposes and in blog posts with critical reviews of the site. I have contacted some of the "big" sites asking their written permission to use screenshots for a blog that will be ...


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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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