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Works for me. Perhaps GoogleBot and index needed time to catch up.


Bare with me. I will explain what changes Google has made followed by how Google decides how to make the SERP link and what specifically happened in your case. Google has been changing the look and feel of the SERPs since March 2014 with the hopes of improving the user experience and click-through rates (CTR). It is believed that changing the SERP look and ...


Depending on the search query, Google may decide to display a different title. If your meta title was only recently updated, you might have to wait until Google decides to change it. Have a read of this: If we've detected that a particular result has one of the above issues with its title, we may try to generate an improved title from anchors, ...


This is completely normal. It may help you to refer to this page: http://moz.com/blog/mega-serp-a-visual-guide-to-google It is a breakdown of everything you can see in a Google SERP (search engine result page). The search https://www.google.com/search?q=kitco is a brand search and the results are all the things you should expect/want and you are Blessed to ...


I just answered a similar question here: Website opening both on domain name and IP. Is that a problem? You may need to redirect any IP address based requests to your domain name.


Google local search results Generally companies that serve customers at a physical address will find it easier to rank within the local search results compared to that of a companie that does not have an address but serves customers in X miles. This isn't to say they can't rank but it requires a lot more citiations, social mentions, backlinks and authorithy ...


No, it won't hurt your SERPs. If the business listing requires a local address, then they won't let you in. However, you could still create a page for each counties and add the name of the county in your meta title tag and in your page's <h1> tag. The page content should be specific to the county (missions you have accomplished there, etc...). It ...

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