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Did a little research on this, it seems using + is a common practice when it comes to multi category URL. Some webmasters who have used this method recommend it. Example: /search/(category-a)+(category-b)/...


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You are over thinking this. Search engines use semantics more for weighting these days. While the old parser models still make sense, semantics plays a much larger role. Here are some answers that will provide some background before I answer your question more directly. This answer explains how content is weighted: Why would a website with keyword stuffing ...


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An entity (like a book) can have multiple types. Stating that something is a Book and a Product (or in your case maybe IndividualProduct) is possible and can make sense. However, Microdata has only limited support for multi-typed entities: the spec requires that all types come from the same vocabulary, and that each property is defined for all of the used ...


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As per in Matt Cutts blog post, he said: A subdomain can be useful to separate out content that is completely different. Google uses subdomains for distinct products such news.google.com or maps.google.com, for example. This is similar to what Blogger (blogspot) does. John's blog (john.blogspot.com) is totally different from Doe's blog ...


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I would consider separating the parameter and value by directories and using dashes. e.g. /search/category/a-b-c/price/2000-3000/ I'd say the URL structure is a smaller concern than the duplication issues which may arise. Ensure you have canonical tags for handling: /search/category/a-b-c/price/2000-3000/ /search/category/a-b-c/price/3000-2000/ ...


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Having "pretty permalinks" show up with search is one thing, having the countless search results pages fed to google is another - it's better to even noindex them.


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Of course. For marking up entities (like restaurants, people, things, ideas, documents, etc.) with the vocabulary Schema.org, it’s irrelevant if these entities belong to you in any kind of way. I could, for example, state data about you on my site: <div typeof="schema:Person"> <a property="schema:sameAs" ...


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Yes but just to add more custimizations like how msny times does it get changed and what is the last update time


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There are few steps through which you can increase the rate Google crawl: Update your website content on a regular basis Create a sitemap Do not use duplicate content Reduce your site loading time Prohibit access to unwanted page to Google via robots.txt Optimize and monitor Google crawl rate via Google webmaster tools Use pinging service Submit your site ...


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Use skills in english to prioritize. Make your titles focal to what it is, how it's used, and other informatives. Things like "Keywords fit Subkeyword in Trikeyword" or "Keywords are used for Keywording and Subkeywording". Getting the singular form is easy too, just use an "A" like in a meta: "A keyword will make your subkeyword better. Available in red, ...



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