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We get this question a lot. Use canonical tags (at least). A canonical tag simply points to the original page. It allows Google to know which page is to be indexed. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/139066?hl=en Look for the heading Indicate the preferred URL with the rel="canonical" link element for an example. There is also other good ...


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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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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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As noted by others, tools like Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools will give you a limited insight into your rankings (and other metrics) over time. For more complete data, you'll need 3rd party rank-tracking software. There are many out there, each with their pros and cons, but some popular industry standards are Searchmetrics, SEMRush and Pi ...


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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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Matt Cuts avised here to give each location a webpage (It could be two domains or within a single domain). However, In my experience is better to use a single domain because of benefits such as concentrated SEO efforts, less costs, content creation, content management and tracking. Because there is no real difference you will need to decide between a ...


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I am no SEO expert but in my opinion if the services supplied are basically the same then one website would be suffice. I would host a single website with service differences for each store / office and have each domain name pointing to the single website, a landing page can be setup with each stores logo/name or build it into a single site such as example, ...


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There is no advantage to choosing a .net over .com or any name over another in terms of domain names. But for best results, keep the following in mind: Make sure that you choose a name that does not break any law or corporations interests, for example, don't name your domain as burgerkingisbad.com or alldrugsarelegal.com, etc. Also, to help make your site ...



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