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Twitter search box is capable of tracking even inside url shortened links. So just put your domain name in the search box and see the results. But it's limited to past 7 days. If you use analytics software, you can see destination page of people coming from twitter. Just go to Social->Twitter in acquisition, then add as secondary dimension "destination ...


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Is it possible to have specific parts ignored from search engines in the anchor text, or tell them to give more weight to some text that should be considered as "primary"? (Or maybe there's no need to worry about that?) There is no need worry about that. It is not because there is a price next to Vintage red pantaloon that it hampers Google's algorithms ...


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My primary concerns are UX, download speed, and lastly, Gaggle. oops... I meant giigle, or maybe googoogaagaagle. Ok, back to the real issues. To me, I think having a ridiculously huge number of links on a single page may cause a slight slowdown because when a robot scans a page, every single byte is downloaded from the server, and each ...


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Here is a visualization of the number of links on the homepages of top 98 webpages. Very few have less than 100, and many have 500 or more. Google used to recommend that any page have no more than 100 links per page. However, they removed the "100 links per page" from the webmaster guidelines some time ago. Matt Cutts released a video where he says that ...


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Ideal would probably be 50. 100 works too if you want to go on the higher side. Taking your points one at a time: UX: Unless I misunderstood how this website is to be used, a search feature would be much more useful than a list of IP addresses. That way, people can look up the domain or IP of any websites that they have had issues with. However, maybe if ...


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Google does crawl these fragments as you can see on most wikipedia pages as an example when they link to sections of a topic in a table of contents. Perform a Google Search for "list of US states" brings up a Wikipedia page with sitelinks to various sections throughout the page on the topic -- something you are trying to accomplish here. ...


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You have to stop listening to all these so call SEO experts with something to sell!! This is just plain Bull Squirt! Stop buying what these SEO parroting idiots are selling. It is a fools errand to chase all this stuff. Just make a site that is honest and people enjoy. That is all you need to do. Yes. There are [****** - lousy] links. And yes. There are ...


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Theres a wonderful tool out there for you. Go to textalyzer.net and run all your text on your page through it and it will measure the prominence of pairs of words on the page. This will give you an idea what words are and are not important in a page. The problem with this: <a href="/product/1234"> <img src="/product-1234.jpg" /> <div ...


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I would keep the keywords in the first link or in the heading of the section and then omit any repeated words in subsequent links. For example: Party venue photo gallery 1 gallery 2 gallery 3 gallery 4 gallery 5 OR Party venue gallery 1 gallery 2 gallery 3 gallery 4 gallery 5 Neither users nor Google like many links on a page that repeat many ...


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This is happening because you are using Jetpack Open Graph Tags which is inserting the following code: <meta property="og:image" content="https://s0.wp.com/i/blank.jpg" />. It may be using a blank.jpg file because it can't find any images on the page. The only images you are using are contained within a JavaScript Super Sized... Summary... either ...


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It seems you have two pages/URLs that show the same post. Ordinarily I would have suggested removing one of these "permalinks" in WordPress - that URL would then return a 404. However, it would seem that these two permalinks have existed for a while(?) and have been indexed and possibly linked to. So, it might be better (at least in the short term) to 301 ...


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You may have: Duplicate title tags Duplicate content Duplicate versions of the home page I'd like to give credit to my source: http://blog.raventools.com/the-most-common-seo-mistakes/



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