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Obviously you can always have nested categories in WordPress (and most other CMSs) as well as child pages, child posts, grandchildren, etc. If done in a non-spammy fashion, there is no real advantage or disadvantage from the pure SEO perspective...the spiders don't particularly care so long as the links work and the content is indexable. The big worry is ...


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From the Google Webmaster Guidelines: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en Buying or selling links that pass PageRank. This includes exchanging money for links, or posts that contain links; exchanging goods or services for links; or sending someone a “free” product in exchange for them writing about it and including a link ...


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All outbound links rel=nofollow? This is common question that arouses in mind of those who avail SEO marketing services There can be only one reason to do so and that is you are linking to all spammy sites on which you do not trust. So this may give a hint to Google that you are doing spam. Which i think will not be good for your SEO. So use rel=nofollow ...


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Closetnoc pretty much sums this up in comments... no benefit. To answer your specific questions: I understand this should not affect search engine ranking at all Correct. However, if mynewbrand.com was already an established domain/website that was already attracting significant traffic then you could benefit (if the subject matter of the original ...


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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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Is it normal for search engines that every page-title of website pages start and end with same word with only un-matching middle word? Normal? No. Somewhat common, yes...for sites that are attempting to game the search engines. This is not a recommended action for most sites. Also all website pages URLs can start with the same word? I wouldn't ...


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I have a problem? From a pure technical standpoint, no. Sometimes URLs have to change and sometimes you have to recycle one so a 301 won't work. From a semantics standpoint, if you have to do this then something about your model/workflow is flawed. Company names should be reasonable unique and so should the URLs. To have to recycle an old URL like you ...



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