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Google has no problem with hidden text. They do have a problem with hidden text that is only available to search engines for the manipulation of their rankings. So unless your hidden text is only there for the search engines to see, you have nothing to worry about. And making your site mobile friendly by removing content is definitely common and ...


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It is? Putting all our images over on Amazon Cloudfront was the only way that we were going to get our images indexed by Google and keep our customer happy by having a responsive server that wasn't wasting time serving images instead of pages. The media server cname was registered with Google webmaster tools, any search term I enter has quite a few high ...


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A content delivery network works as a proxy server. You would have to have a canonical source for your media. The CDN servers would then contact the central canonical source for the file the first time that it is requested. After that, they would serve the cached copy that they had retrieved the first time. Different CDNs use different schemes for the ...


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A good CDN will positively affect your SEO, as page load is a big part of Google's algorithm. One thing to keep in mind with page speed, Google doesn't care abut page load from one place. They are looking for good global page load times. If you use a good CDN like CloudFlare then you should actually see a 20-30% increase in traffic from organic search. I ...


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I think you can be any size. Check out this answer: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8193761/how-can-i-send-larger-messages-over-websocket A better approach might not be to actually push the media, but only push the location of it. So have your script push the new location of an image, or mp3 or video file, and then have the page (js event) update that ...



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