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comment What does redirecting my duplicate domains do to SEO?
No. Unless say the domains had a good Google history themselves, i.e, they had a website on that ranked well themselves, they had quality backlinks pointing to them. Simpy redirecting domains to another domain wont increase your SEO
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answered Different number in Google Analytics “SEO landing pages” vs. custom report google/organic entries
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answered “Verify live version” not available in Google Webmaster Tools
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comment Improving SEO on images when the company name has generic word?
I disagree massively with bybe, if you have really bad on site seo it can really hamper your seo. Optimising your images like this is great advice, improves your on page seo and improves the chances of being found in image search.
May
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reviewed Approve When an addon domain is created it automatically generates a sub domain, why?
May
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comment Is it OK for SEO and ads on the site if I have the same content on multiple domains?
He said he would block them from being indexed in Google, so it should't be an issue, least in Google.
May
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comment Google's Fetch and Insights not rendering
You might want to join webmaster hangout to ask the question directly. It seem this is the best avenue at the moment for getting answers for Google products: sites.google.com/site/webmasterhelpforum/en/office-hours
May
25
comment rel “nofollow” attribute for huge sites!
He's using dotnet, not wordpress.
May
25
answered robots meta not blocking indexing
May
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answered Are multiple unrelated links to my site from a single domain damaging?
May
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comment HTML sitemap vs spamming
I find sitemaps really useful, if I cant easily find what I'm looking for, I often click to the site map - although maybe that means their navigation stricture needs improvident!
May
18
comment Technical Term for Invisible Gap/Position
I don't think I have ever seen such as gap. The gap is usually uniform between the main 10 organic results. can you provide a link please.
May
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comment Webpages being de-indexed seemingly for no reason
The URL you posted has a different canonical tag defined. Is this a change that has been done since it was de indexed?
May
18
comment What does “no return tags” mean?
Google mention not to use canonical tags across language or country versions here:sites.google.com/site/webmasterhelpforum/en/…
May
18
comment What does “no return tags” mean?
The play store actually has (had?) issues with international targeting, they haven't followed their own guidelines! you can read about it here: moz.com/blog/hreflang-behaviour-insights
May
18
revised What does “no return tags” mean?
added 40 characters in body
May
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comment What does “no return tags” mean?
You need to remove the canonical tag that points to the singe URL. Doing that you are telling Google to ignore the URLs with the parameters and to count them as a single URL. Either define a canonical tag pointing to the themselves (with the parameters) or have no canonical tag.
May
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comment What does “no return tags” mean?
It could be that Google cannot crawl the URLs with parameters correctly. Have you checked if they URLs are indexed in Google? If so check Google'e cache of the URLs, view the source code of the cached page and see if the tags appear.
May
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answered What does “no return tags” mean?
May
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answered HTML sitemap vs spamming