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Looks like this was because of Google experimenting something. Today when searching with the same keyword Google displays the description as expected, everything shown from beginning and trimming last few words. We did not changed anything during this entire time on the website so it was definitely from Google's end. Thank you for your help.


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As long the page/site is following the necessary page and SEO best practice. Too many ads on a page needs to be tested with the FETCH and RENDER feature in Google Search Console. So ideally avoid too many ads towards the top half of the page.


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No. Is it not possible that a mobile site with Adsense ads could cause google to believe it's not mobile-friendly.You must not worry about this. Let's take an example: If someone views your site with AdSense for mobile code while using an iPhone? AdSense for mobile ad code is smart -- it will automatically detect the type of phone viewing your site and ...


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I am not sure if there are many (or any?) mobile phones with device width of 240px or less so you shouldn't worry too much. Also, why don't you use responsive ad unit and dictate size of the ad unit for each screen size. <style type="text/css"> .adslot_1 { display:inline-block; width: 120px; height: 600px; } @media (max-width: 280px) { .adslot_1 { ...


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While exposed index files isn't a URL-friendly approach, your idea of redirecting to a specific index file based on what the client's device is actually a fabulous start because then search engines (especially google) can understand that you have a desktop and mobile version of your page and google will try to display the most relevant page to the client ...


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You can set canonical two ways: 1) inside the <head> tags or 2) sent with the HTTP header of a HTML document. The #selector resides within the same HTML document, this is why you can not set more than one Header information in a HTML document. There is only one GET request and only one header information set. If you check the GET parameters of those ...



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