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These are sitelinks, you can read all about this over here : https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/47334?hl=en Demote a sitelink URL: On the Search Console Home page, click the site you want. Under Search Appearance, click Sitelinks. In the For this search result box, complete the URL for which you don't want a specific sitelink URL to appear. (How ...


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Firstly, it's great to know that your hard work on your blog is paying off. Considering the fact that links are counted as votes by SEs, links from reputable domains surely help in increasing your domain trust and authority in your niche. Now coming to ranks; if the link has your targeted keyword in the anchor, you might or might not have a visible ...


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Google should recognize the date automatically. Your posts look pretty new, so perhaps it takes some time. When I google a search for frostali.blogspot.co.id it says "6 days ago".


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You have to use the Rich snipped property "datePublished" in the HTML template of your articles Example: <meta itemprop="datePublished" content="2015-02-05T08:00:00+08:00"/> <meta itemprop="dateModified" content="2015-02-05T09:20:00+08:00"/> Please find the folling Documentation https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/articles#...


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I don't have a link but read an article within the last few months, possibly Matt Cutts but definitely from Google, who said Google still does not consider the new HTML5 elements when analyzing content. So using <nav> makes no difference but a link is a link, a heading <hx> is a heading, and text is text and carry far more weight than anything ...


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The current HTML ("HTML5") standard includes a <main> element for this purpose. Using separate header / footer / nav / main elements help you indicate the main page content; something like: You should also find the relevant Microdata/Schema.org schema for your page content. A Product for example would use itemprop="name" to identify what the product ...


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There are two WordPress plugins I've used for managing 301 redirects: Redirection & Simple 301 Redirects. Either plugin makes it easy to define redirects from Old -> New. The WordPress Codex also has a guide to Creating an Error 404 Page. If that doesn't work, you may try contacting your web host to see if there's a configuration option you're ...


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Try the Google Structured Data Tool. Maybe you already have. https://search.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool down in the lower right click on "learn more about this tool" and below is first part of that. You also have to wait about a week after adding rich snippets until the Google Bots index your page(s). Prototype and Test Your Markup ...


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Someone is trying to manipulate your URLs and getting away with them because of a flaw in your original PHP script. Your script is allowing anything entered between /directory/ and /index.php to be rewritten (through your mod_rewrite rules) and 'allowing' it to actually return a valid page instead of a 404. So if I am your competitor or just a malicious ...


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Schema.org is not only for search engines. There can be various consumers and tools making use of the data. For example, a browser add-on that allows users to download search results in a structured format. Google is not the only search engine that consumes content marked up with Schema.org. Other search engines might have other guidelines about search ...



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