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Contrary to the URLs, there is no difference for SEO to use lowercase or uppercase for the <p> tag. As far as I know, search engines don't pay attention to it. The only case where it may have an impact (not sure), is for the acronyms. However, you should write a sentence in the correct way (in respect of language rules; here the English) because all ...


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You can arm yourself against this by using the rel=author meta tag for all your content then you are claiming it as your own. If people should copy your content, they will get "outed" with the engines. It comes down to building Author Ranking. Check also this one: Google Confirms Author Ranking; What Does That Mean To You?. But if someone stole your ...


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Assuming the phrase is: "android phone battery exchange and repair" You are in luck. Any of these keywords should perform well on their own or in small phrases. As well, the phrase would not be inappropriate for a page title either. I tend to recommend a slight modification of the headline read order method. It just plain works though you will need to play ...


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Forget static pages and categories. Forget multiple pages. Make one page with a dynamic client side builder. Anything else is spam duplication and will get your domain and IP blacklisted from indexes in a matter of hours. You can use AJAX + JSON to build customized downloads from the client side -- lets say customers want to build out + download a custom DB ...


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That is fine. It is not always possible to link all of your pages. I have almost 600,000 pages not linked except with cross links between some of them. They are all in the sitemap. Google and Bing are fine with this. They have to be. They do not write the rules for the web.


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For the #! style AJAX URLs you need to provide Googlebot with: A list of hash bang URLs -- These are the URLs that it will refer users to The corresponding hunk of content served at the _escaped_fragment equivalent For more information see https://developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/


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In concern with the WordPress, when changing a post from one category to another category just automatically changes your post URL. This will affect your previous URL with a not 404 not found error. But with WordPress you are safe as because, it automatically directs pages from the previous URL to the new URL pages when you change your post category. It ...


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I would assume that Google treats the one with rel=author or the one that appears first as the original content. Any second appearances might be treated as duplicate. However, there are steps that you can take to prevent your content from being copied. This is especially useful on text content. Do not show the content to everyone. This is not universally ...


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It has absolutely no impact in terms of SEO with Google. However if you put all words in the upper case, it is treated spammy by several spiders in search engines. Truth be told, having it all in upper case is a much bigger disadvantage, but indenting your font well, will not do you any wonders, as far as SEO is concerned. It will certainly keep the ...



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