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Yes you can includes images from different domains (such as when using CDNs) if both domains are verified in your Search Console (formally Web-master tools) account, or you include an entry for the xml sitemap file in the other domains robots.txt. More info on Image sitemaps This is similar to including entries for URLs that reside on a different domain, ...


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No- not generally. These have no specific search value in normal cases with some exception. Programmers use word boundaries to separate terms of value in a string and would normally only use special characters if they have meaning. Special characters have no value when making text search matches except where there appears to be a special meaning. For ...


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So as you said in your Question: The %2bis only the Unicode representation of / so everything (i mean computers) will read here also a / because i will be encoded into the internal Character-Encoding ... so it is only a representation an will not affect you SEO - it's not beautiful for your humans. So far - I'm sorry that I'm not allowed to talk more about ...


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I did this recently, and it usually takes some time for the A record to update before tumblr's test button will recognize that it is set up.


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check this link.. https://developers.google.com/webmasters/mobile-sites/mobile-seo/configurations/separate-urls?hl=en (Annotations for desktop and mobile URLs).


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The second option is the better one - both from an SEO and organisation of data point of view.


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Google likes to cache pages in search results to give users the option to view the cached page in case the real site goes down. What you can do in every page that you updated that Google still reports incorrectly is add the following HTML code between <head> and </head> of your outputted HTML code that the web browser processes: <meta ...


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If the links in question are doing something illegal in connection with the product name, you can try to file a DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) report against the people who manage the URLs the links point to and/or file a lawsuit against them. Then again, it depends on how illegal the act is to begin with. If you did invent the product name, it ...


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http://masterarbeit-im-unternehmen.de/Thema_Entwicklung%20von%20Handlungsempfehlungen%20f%C3%BCr%20die%20Prozessweiterentwicklung%20des%20Vertriebskanals%20Konsignationsdirektgesch%C3%A4fte%20in%20der%20Bau-%2FBetonbranche-3994.html Just noticed... you have an encoded slash (%2F) towards the end of the URL. This is what is causing the untrappable 404! ...


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I have ideas which is probably the closest you'll get to an official answer. The URL length is rather long. It should be less than about 80 characters to make it accessible when sent inside of emails. The URL is rather substandard. You have a lot of percent signs followed by numbers. When decoding your URL, the resulting URL would contain a lot of spaces ...


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Starting on line 322 of your custom.js file you have this code as part of the carousel render: var u=window.location.pathname; u=u.substring(0,u.lastIndexOf("/")+1); u+="Thema_"+encodeURIComponent(tpquestions[curidx].name)+"-"+tpquestions[curidx].id+".html"; if(!X4.config.isuser) window.history.replaceState({qid:tpquestions[curidx].id},"",u); The code ...


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There are few steps through which you can increase the rate Google crawl: Update your website content on a regular basis Create a sitemap Do not use duplicate content Reduce your site loading time Prohibit access to unwanted page to Google via robots.txt Optimize and monitor Google crawl rate via Google webmaster tools Use pinging service Submit your site ...


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They are just scanning the network for open proxy. Your server is safe. But better report them to their ISP before there is a victim.


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As mentioned, some servers may ignore a double slash, but Amazon S3 static hosting will not. If you want to handle/ignore them in that case, you can use Redirection Rules in the properties panel. For example, if you want to ignore a double slash following the domain name, you can use <RoutingRules> <RoutingRule> <Condition> ...



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