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Two points here. Conditional redirection and SEO The conditional redirection isn't a problem if correctly configured. In Google's case, they're now using "locale aware crawling", whereby their crawler employs different Accept-Language values (i.e., browser languages) and IP addresses. That being said, we don't know much about precisely what languages ...
Your questions were: Is it true that resource deeper in URL hierarchy is tend to be less important when comparing to URLs of other site? No, this is not true because all depends from content and seed keyword you are aiming for. Is sacrificing meaningful, seamless hierarchy worth for this SEO optimization? Yes, all is under one domain. Look when ...
Duplicate content is content that appears on the Internet in more than one place (URL). https://moz.com/learn/seo/duplicate-content
I won't consider it keyword stuffing for one reason: According to Google Irrelevant keywords: "Keyword stuffing" refers to the practice of loading a webpage with keywords or numbers in an attempt to manipulate a site's ranking in Google search results. Often these keywords appear in a list or group, or out of context (not as natural prose). The ...
Mentioning the term 'neuschwanstein' twice in the URL as your example shows is not necessary. What would be the main language for the on-page copy be, English or German?
Follow this process step by step. 1] Make list of all the pages that you have changed recently. Submit this pages in the webmaster tool for removal from Google search. Login Webmaster > Google Index > Remove URLs > Temporarily hide > Submit all the urls one by one. 2] Add 301 redirect to all the pages. Once done wait for the day to see the result. First ...
Add 301 redirects from your old URLs to your new ones. (and google's index will update itself)
Use Hreflang codes to indicate to Google which site it should index for which region. You'll find it then indexes all those links and presents them according to the engine the user uses to access the site. This largely replaces the need to identify a users location - even using a good service, it's going to be wrong if a user is behind a VPN or is part of ...
Submitting a sitemap (XML,.txt, HTML or RSS) allows bots to discover pages. If you need even faster submission, do it manually or some types of automation (using selenium).
Simply moving your site around to a new ISP or reloading WordPress as a fresh install is usually insufficient to stop a hack like this. Something, somewhere in your site is subject to a remote exploit and/or you're not actually cleaning anything with your attempts. If you have a vulnerable theme or plugin file, the hackers can activate it no matter which ...
66.249.69.yyy where yyy is 7, 59, and 94. That makes an IP address of 126.96.36.199994 That's too many characters for an IP address
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