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Below is revalant information found on Google's Webmaster Tools FAQ regarding rich data. SOURCE Q: Why doesn't my site show rich snippets? A: Google does not guarantee that Rich Snippets will show up for search results from a particular site even if structured data is marked up and can be extracted successfully according to the testing ...


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This seems to be the way Google works. You cannot speed up Google and patience is something even an already patient man learns. Google will fetch a few pages to test download speed and then fetch a larger amount for a period. It seems based on what I have seen over the years that Google will fetch in chunks as great as about 40,000 - 50,000 pages per day ...


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Do you have a DMOZ entry? I recently had the same problem where Google was pulling what I thought was the old meta description. After much hair pulling I found out there was an old DMOZ entry for the site and Google was using the meta description from the DMOZ description. If you ever have this issue. you can use the following meta tag to tell search ...


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I recently removed all the meta description tags How "recently"? It can take some time before changes are reflected in the SERPs. ...the site was indexed after I uploaded it. I think you mean the site was crawled after you updated it. Being crawled and indexed (when your pages actually appear in the SERPs) are two different things. ...The ...


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Keep in mind Google needs to crawl it a couple time's before Google shows the updated results. As Dan mentioned - you can speed it up by forcing Google to crawl the page (but it's impossible to say just how much that helps). Be patient - not a huge deal.


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Google often uses the description meta-tag for the snippet in the SERPs but that is not guaranteed though can be often counted on. If you are using a description meta-tag and are not pleased by what you see in the SERPs then simply change the description meta-tag. However, if the description meta-tag is empty or missing, you are leaving it up to Google to ...


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Meta tags are considered one of the least effective (possibly not all all effective) forms of on-site SEO. Don't worry about it. Focus on building content and links. Regarding your code, there is no way for us to help without seeing all of your code.


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I would say it is pretty likely your site has an algorithmic 'penalty'. The content is non-original low quality and a typical panda target. If you posted the same question in the Google Webmaster Forum, then I am sure you would be told much the same. Some information on panda : ...


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You need to do some SEO work on your site. Pages and blog posts need meaningful headers. Your h1 and h2 etc are important. Each pages header should be different. An example of a problem might be an events page with an 'events' header. The detail may be loaded in by an Id on the querystring. This is bad practice for SEO. Each event should have its own ...



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