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comment Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
What does it mean for a word to be "banned by google?" There are some words that go both ways or are even in video game, book and movie titles or quotes. "My kid played with tennis balls" - that would be... Unsettling. Anyway. Question is now, what does it mean for them to be "banned", how does it affect me as a website owner and a writer who's focusing on SEO?
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comment Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
Appreciate the advice! I really loathe holding back in any scenario and in any way.
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comment User engagement - do I need all those share buttons? (and formats)
A general question guidelines are not going to help me to tailor a specific and particular question, the only way I can adjust it - as I mentioned - is to get a specific suggestion as to how I can edit it. If not that, I've no idea how to phrase it differently or more specifically.
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comment Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
Yea, I know what you mean. I was considering that as well, but held off from the idea - writing a personal blog. Now that I think of it - if at the time I would've started it instead - I would be so annoyed at having to sugarcoat and euphemize everything, so good thing I didn't do it. At least now, in this project, I will try to express myself the way I want to, without restraining self much in most situations.
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comment Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
Well, so far sounds like I've absolutely nothing to worry about as long as I don't load my pages with many swear words. That's great, as now I can stop feeling stupid after some word I would literally never use otherwise. Chuckled at your domain story, haha.
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comment Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
What happens if AdSense dislikes my site due to occasional swear word? And I'm not going to write some "gangsta" site, I don't abuse the swear words, nor do I use many of them in general. So if you meant that my site may get flagged for content, that's not possible, unless it would be solely swear words that's being flagged. The topics aren't very 'adult' either, especially considering where today's newssites are going. The adult filter is probably the main thing I'm worried about, alongside my site being kicked way down the search results due to some sort of filtering process.
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asked User engagement - do I need all those share buttons? (and formats)
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asked Using swear language - affects Google results and SEO in general negatively?
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comment What to use for “localhost” that includes PHP/SQL functionality?
Cool stuff, I like that it's portable!
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accepted What to use for “localhost” that includes PHP/SQL functionality?
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asked What to use for “localhost” that includes PHP/SQL functionality?
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accepted Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
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comment Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
Well I already have store links, I'm merely saying that they haven't been used on my site. Kickstarter is a valid point. What could you recommend for CPM ads?
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comment Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
Well I'm good at writing, but I want to write explicitly on my own site. I am not looking to sell it later on either. As for Kickstarter, I'm not from the US, so I can't do that; there are other funding sites, but they are quite inactive. Although, I don't mind banner ads, or text link ads in a widget, but I also want to be able to write freely, not restricted by "no swearing" policy.
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comment Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
@Randy E Indeed my thoughts, and if we're talking about affiliate game links, that's what I would be going for. The only other option that I can think of is game stores, which, as I've mentioned, is quite useless. I certainly wouldn't want to advertise other sites like mine too.
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comment Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
Because some of those words are part of the language, and an occasional use of them is okay, as I see it. I'm not talking about using 20 of them in a post, I'm using about 2 or 3 in a long post. But anyway: store pages I do that already, but most people are buying stuff on Steam. So far, those links were completely useless. advertisement options do you think it's okay to do it? I mean, contacting a company and asking if they would like to advertise with a site who reviews their games is kinda odd; nonetheless my site isn't very big.
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comment Making profit - Adsense contains too many stopwords
Added information that i could think of. :)