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I am not sure which CMS you are using but it may happen due to title given to website from backend! It may happen that Google datacenter fetching your website may still have older version and may take time to get it resolved. I checked crawled pages of your website and found that only home page has this issue right? keep sharing the status.


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Your current meta description is too long to fit into Google's search results pages. If this happens, instead of truncating the current description, Google often pull content from elsewhere on the page to create a description. This often results in unhelpful, incomplete or widely inaccurate description such as yours. The first thing you should do is ...


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As per my experience it won't harm your search engine ranking, but it advisable that the social icons link must be nofollow to restrict Google from passing link juice to these social links.


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Hope im understanding your questions right, we will use one of our dormant domains as example and see how it lives in regards to your questions: Are GWT search queries created even if the site has no or very little backlinks? Yes they seem to be. I see queries data in GWT and if the search is specific enough, SERPS. Looking at a site that was a spare domain ...


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Placing your social media Icons at the Top or in the header can help your visitors to get connected and visible to them in first impression. But it doesn't impact ranking.


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The icons itself have no value, apart from recognision for your users. A link you your SM accounts is a plus, this way SE's can link you SM and website together. This does require a healthy relation between the two, the socialmedia's need to link back to your site. Does it matter if you add it to the footer? AFAIK not, as long it's there, it's there (unless ...


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As far as i know, there is no positive or negative impact of placing social icons on your website. It will help your visitors to connect with you through your social media profiles and will help you to stay connected with them too.


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Yes. You should have a different sitemap.xml for each sub site (uk/us/ca/de) and then have a main sitemap for your default site which does not duplicate the items in the other sitemaps. Domics answer is 100% correct, but again make sure that you dont repeat results in your sitemap. A word about sitemaps. If your site is less than 100 pages dont really ...


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Google allows you to demote a sitelink but not modify one. At the moment, sitelinks are automated. We're always working to improve our sitelinks algorithms, and we may incorporate webmaster input in the future. There are best practices you can follow, however, to improve the quality of your sitelinks. For example, for your site's internal links, make ...


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I also posted the same question at the MediaWiki Project Support Desk page, and recently got an answer. They say that adding an auxiliary category is a way to go, however it may require some time to work because of tight cooperation with internal background jobs: {{#if: {{{foo2|}}} | <p style="color: red;">The template is under construction.</p> ...



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