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The text only version of their cache is exactly that: no images and only text. The only thing that you have in that link is an image with no text. It is removed in the process of creating a text only view of the page for the Google cache. The full HTML version of the cache has working links. I wouldn't expect this to have any effect on Google's ...


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You are going about this the wrong way. You want the bots to crawl your index page (s). This helps them find the rests of the links on your site. For best results, you need to segment your post feed landing pages by subject and fill them up with articles that are closely related. This is good for both SEO and User Experience. Lastly, search engine should ...


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When a end-user shows up on your index page; they will quickly scan for the content they originally searched for. When they cannot find the content they will leave. Your index page probably has a high bounce rate. I would not suggest excluding your index page or changing its importance. Instead consider programing the site to consume the referring page ...


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Google expects differences between mobile and desktop sites. Even major differences, including differences in link structure, are not a problem. Google crawls the web with different Googlebot user agents for mobile. As long as your server shows that version of Googlebot the same thing that your actual mobile users see, you don't have any penalty risk. ...


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The last record (started by User-agent: *) will be followed by all polite bots that don’t identify themselves as "googlebot", "google", "bingbot" or "bing". And yes, it means that they are not allowed to crawl anything. You might want to omit the * in /bedven/bedrijf/*. In the original robots.txt specification, * has no special meaning, it’s just a ...


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If you literally only have a few "groups" you want to block then you would do something like: User-agent: * Disallow: /lang/group1 Disallow: /lang/group2 ...and everything else would be allowed. This would work with all robots that obey the original "standard". Or, you could block all groups (group1, group2, etc.) and make an exception for "group3", like: ...


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If you redirect a page to another page, then Google will no longer index the redirected page. Implementing a redirect removes the content. If you are moving a site from one domain to another without changing the content, you can use the change of address feature in Google Webmaster Tools. When doing so, your new site will take the place of your old site ...


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You have nothing to worry about. You can use display: none; to switch menus. Search engines are much better at understanding JS and CSS. As long as you are not intentionally trying to manipulate things to get a better ranking. Using display: none; to hide big blocks of text will get you penalized. So if you are only using to hide your desktop menu on ...



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