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Yes and no. Google shows local searches from Chennai for the keyword "Part time jobs" because it believes if you search for this keyword, you're looking for a job near you. This behaviour is solely in the hands of Google. But you can optimize your website in such a way that your website will show up in these results: Add the name of the city to the title ...


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Google cares not one whit. Really. All non-alphanumeric characters are essentially ignored. From a programmers point of view, the URI is parsed and indexed using word boundaries and anything that is not a word, is ignored. It is that simple. If you asked which one I personally prefer using, I would say - over +. I think it is more human friendly and the ...


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"Fetch as Google" does not fetch the same way as Google does. "Fetch as Google" doesn't check the page for the meta tag. (The crawling algorithm does) A workaround is adding it manually in the "fetch as Google" statement. ex: www.example.com/?_escaped_fragment_=



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