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Apr
16
comment How can I find out what other websites are hosted from my website IP address and why is that important from SEO point of view?
Indeed. I can pack 400 web hosting accounts into a $20 VPS. This is easy, since 380 of them average 10 pageviews per day.
Apr
8
revised SEO impact of using non-Latin characters in URL
The entire post content was quoted verbatim from the linked site.
Apr
8
comment SEO impact of using non-Latin characters in URL
@Mindwin Every word of the post was quoted verbatim from the linked site.
Apr
8
suggested approved edit on SEO impact of using non-Latin characters in URL
Apr
2
comment Why does my IP address become Google's IP address when using Chrome on the mobile?
Looks off-by-default here on my devices. The official help doesn't state explicitly, but it does imply that it is off by default.
Mar
3
comment Using competitors domain with different ending to boost traffic
This sounds like a great way to get yourself on the wrong end of a lawsuit.
Jan
26
comment Can an ecommerce website be banned for using the manufacturer's description of a product?
@Leroy Open your property in Webmaster Tools, then go to Search Traffic > Manual Actions.
Jan
7
comment Is linking to primary sources or secondary sources better for SEO?
@JakeGould By way of example, I was once quoted in this manner by USA TODAY. Unfortuntately they didn't do outbound links at that time, but I still picked up plenty of traffic just by having my blog named in the story.
Jan
7
revised Is linking to primary sources or secondary sources better for SEO?
added 26 characters in body
Jan
7
comment Is linking to primary sources or secondary sources better for SEO?
@JakeGould If Jimbo is something your readers should also be reading, I am sure you can find a way to work him in to your story.
Jan
7
answered Is linking to primary sources or secondary sources better for SEO?
Jan
7
comment Do query string case differences affect whether a URL is Canonical?
I'm pretty sure that Google has got it right. I can't say anything for any other search engine.
Jan
7
comment Do query string case differences affect whether a URL is Canonical?
Percent encoding is case insensitive, i.e. %7e and %7E are equivalent. The preferred form is uppercase. All of the rules on what is or is not case-sensitive are in RFC 3986.
Dec
2
awarded  Scholar
Dec
2
accepted What is happening to my Google ads? They are askew!
Nov
30
comment What is happening to my Google ads? They are askew!
#adunit does indeed contain a transform: rotate(1deg); which is being served from Google's googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads? (query string omitted as it doesn't fit in the comment). So Google is definitely doing it, at least to me.
Nov
30
revised AdSense: Will Google ban me if I list “No ads” as a reason to sign up at my site?
Note about new program Google Contributor
Nov
30
revised Google bots are severely affecting site performance
APC is obsolete
Nov
30
revised What is happening to my Google ads? They are askew!
added 167 characters in body
Nov
30
comment What is happening to my Google ads? They are askew!
@DisgruntledGoat This can be seen at myip.addr.space . I had no reason to hide it, except I did not want to appear overly promotional :)