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Google's words: When a website is configured to serve desktop and mobile browsers using different URLs, webmasters may want to automatically redirect users to the URL that best serves them. If your website uses automatic redirection, be sure to treat all Googlebots just like any other user-agent and redirect them appropriately. Google recognizes three ...


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For the experience I had writing titles and descriptions, I would say you are looking for titles of around 70 Characters and descriptions of around 300. In my case I had them in multiple languages and made an effort to always have at least more than 250 chars on the description, and things went good. Funny thing is that one of my competitors started to ...


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I would say any tags ie (rel="tag") would be crawled, but its a matter of on page content that has the most worth and a number of confidential details only known to Google. Like the other poster stated src is only loading external content so not impacting SEO negatively. The bottom line is: Have good content, keep visitors on the page long enough, and your ...


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Googlebot will scan JavaScript files for things that may be links and it will crawl those links. I often see Googlebot getting 404 errors on my site for snippets from the JavaScript that are somewhat formatted like URLs. Things like ad/3939999 hello.html /xyzzy These errors also appear in Google Webmaster Tools. However, I have seen no evidence that ...


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G+ reviews are useful, but I doubt they have a large impact on your ranking in global Google search. They are however useful when people are searching for specific business places - the G+page with the most (positive) reviews is the first search result for nearby business. I am diversifying my reviews across different providers. I have a single webpage ...


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There is no benefit or harm from doing this as each page is judged on its own merit. This would be no different if you used a subdomain for each topic (or even gave them all each their own domain). e.g. dogs.mysite.com cats.mysite.com


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If your only link to these internal pages in one link each from your home page, the problem is that they don't each get enough Pagerank. Pagerank is a measure of the link juice passed to a page from its inbound links. Your home page only has so much Pagerank and it can only pass a very tiny amount when you divide it up between 1,000 links. One of the ...


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I find it plausible that Google uses the number of visitors to a website as a ranking factor. Google can get this data (See Can Googlebot read any hosting stats?) Google Analytics: Although Google has said they won't use Google Analytics data for ranking purposes. Google AdSense, Google TagManager, or DFP: These are all 3rd party JavaScript on many web ...


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Instead of just showing 1000 links all at once, you could introduce: a pagination feature - showing between 10 and 30 links per page, e.g. 50 pages of 20 links each, or 20 pages of 50 links each. For example: |< < Page 3 of 20 > >| a search box - enabling users to seach for a document using related keywords instead of scrolling through an ...


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If you want the page to rank and be returned for queries relevant to the scientific papers within it, you will have to change the page structure. Right now, it's a list of 1000 links. That's a useful resource to Googlebot for discovering all the papers you link to, but not a useful page for human visitors. The New York Times has a similar approach for ...



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