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Looks like it. It even looks like Google recommends using pushShate and prefers it over hash bangs.


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You are right, rel=nofollow is only for links. <img> tag can't have rel=nofollow attribute. What do you mean by disallow google to crawl out of my website through images? Google bot doesn't crawl out when it encounters an external image. It just gives a positive (or sometimes negative) recognition to it and may index it - Google can't crawl an ...


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All outbound links rel=nofollow? This is common question that arouses in mind of those who avail SEO marketing services There can be only one reason to do so and that is you are linking to all spammy sites on which you do not trust. So this may give a hint to Google that you are doing spam. Which i think will not be good for your SEO. So use rel=nofollow ...


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Is it a significant strain on the host? It depends on what you would consider a significant drain on the host and the extent to which you are crawling data and the frequency with which you do it. Search engine spiders crawl site content very frequently and as long as they are doing it in a safe manner and following industry best practices on limiting the ...


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This is my 2 cents, but to preserve crawl budget and page authority I would utilize Json breadcrumbs. Another way to add differentiating clicks is to add a google analytics tracking event. From the code below, you're sending an even when your link is clicked and the label is 'page1.html'. You don't need to use javascript either. <a ...



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