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If you're using responsive design or dynamic serving, you don't need to do anything. If you're using separate mobile URLs, you'd have the rel=canonical set to the desktop version, so that would take care of it.


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As I mentioned in my comment above, if the robots meta tag has been on these pages all the time AND the pages are not blocked by robots.txt (which prevents crawling, but not indexing) then these pages should not get indexed. Digging a little deeper, these pages do appear to be fully "indexed", with a complete description in the SERPs. So they have not been ...


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I've seen this before and I think it's caused by a vicious circle! If you are blocking pages from being crawled by Google in robots.txt then Google cannot access the page to see the NOINDEX tag, so the pages will not be removed from the index if they had already got indexed Blocking pages in robots.txt will stop Google crawling them, but it won't stop them ...


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You can also try Site Visualizer tool. It has no limitations on number of URLs to crawl in trial version - it's fully-functional in 30 days. After downloading and installing (Standard version would be enough for your task), click Project -> New, specify a URL of the website you need to crawl, then click Start Crawl tool button. When the crawling is ...


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I would highly recommend the Screaming Frog SEO Spider. He gets you all URLs, Status Codes, Titles, Descriptions, Images on your Website, etc. It's really a great SEO tool, as far as I know most SEOs use it. You can export csv- and Excel-files, as you requested, and also you can create sitemaps, image-sitemaps, and so on. The problem here is that the free ...


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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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The example: I need to rank for free x123456 templates and free y123456 themes, but I don't want to use two different long-tails, so can I use it like this free x123456 y123456 templates themes, having the same effect? Yes as long as it makes sense and that the resulting keyword set occupies 2% to 5% of the total text count. Anything more than 5% and it ...



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