New answers tagged meta-description
I just answered a question that is somewhat similar to this one. The answer is mostly the same. See if this answer helps: Website logo text - best tag for SEO purposes?
You won't get a penalty for near duplicate meta descriptions, or for near duplicate titles. But, regarding SEO efficiency, I would try to be as specific and unique for both to help users understand what your page is all about. If you absolutely want to put 'Premiere American Ninja Warrior website for fans and competitors' on all your descriptions, I would ...
It won't harm in terms of penalties, but you would improve your listing (and possibly SEO) by giving each one a unique description about that specific page, otherwise Google are likely to ignore it and choose their own description from elsewhere on the page. Google say: Identical or similar descriptions on every page of a site aren't helpful when ...
I checked several sites that contain large numbers in their SERP description. The pattern seems to be as follows: When the description is being pulled from the meta description, it loses the commas. When the description is being pulled from content on the page, it keeps the commas. That seems to be how it works, though I'd be interested if anyone finds ...
There could be many issues. First of all without the real URLs and a lock in your Webmaster Central we could not be sure what the exact issue is. May be you have an wrong implementation of the canonical tag or other problems like, additional noindex, other indexing issues... Beyond that small/fresh/penalized sites will be crawled less often and it actually ...
We need to see the real URL's to help you. From what I see it's the same URL, sorted differently. But the p parameter may be a product so the URL's could be two product URL's. Google may simply not have updated their cache of the page to check if the meta descriptions are unique.
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