New answers tagged pagerank
To be perfectly honest, I believe using a canonical url for example.com/user/page/articlefrom user.example.com/page/article would be a poor use of your business case. You are essentially stating that, all things being equal, you'd prefer organic traffic to go to /user/page/article instead of a sub-domain. Whilst this might help grow authority of your root ...
I agree with closetnoc, but remember one thing. Because you're technically using an API live from a remote computer, the speed and performance of the API may be a factor because it contributes to the overall page speed loading time. Google uses page speed time as a factor in how high you rank in search engines. Slower functioning websites are moved further ...
While content created can help with SERP placement in that it is content and when done properly can be weighted for search, use of any Google API is not a ranking factor.
No google show results based on users adding their webpage indexes because they are using that kind of different algorithm
Using site: is highly unreliable for counting indexed pages. It is often out of date, incorrect and actual serps is limited to sample data only. You should opt to use Google Webmaster Tools for a more accurate index count.
Google has stopped publishing PageRank publicly. The last time the Google Toolbar was updated with new PageRank data was December 2013. Google has said that it will never be updated again. If your site was created after December 2013, your toolbar PageRank will always and forever read "0". If you changed anything about your URLs since December 2013, your ...
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