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Aug
26
comment Google is successfully indexing our JS pages. Should we stop providing _Escaped_Fragment_= Snapshots
The cached page is usually just the raw HTML response. If your JS can be run on the Google domain, and execute in the browser, that can happen (and it can appear to be on the cached page). However, the rendered content won't be displayed on the cached page directly.
Aug
25
comment How to add meta keywords in each Blogger post?
I work with Google's web-search team & just wanted to confirm that the blog post from 2009 is still valid. From Google's point of view, there's no need to spend time on keyword meta tags.
Aug
24
answered Breadcrumb bug in Google results, using BreadcrumbList
Aug
24
answered Google is successfully indexing our JS pages. Should we stop providing _Escaped_Fragment_= Snapshots
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Jun
29
comment Google Webmasters, getting blank errors?
Yep. The report shows all URLs with structured data, so if you're not seeing errors listed for individual URLs, that's because the markup is fine :).
Jun
22
comment Breadcrumb bug in Google results, using BreadcrumbList
@MarkusPint Thanks -- I'll pass that on to the team; on first glance that looks like something on Google's side.
Jun
17
comment Breadcrumb bug in Google results, using BreadcrumbList
It would really be helpful to have a URL :)
Jun
17
comment My website redirects to another website on google searches
I'd also post in Google's webmaster help forum with the URL & query, so people can take a look at your specific case. Sometimes these are from subtile hacks that are really tricky to spot, and sometimes they need to be escalated to a Googler to review.
Jun
17
comment Does every page HAVE to be mobile friendly even if its almost unimportant?
Having desktop-only pages is fine; some things just don't work (or at least not yet!) that well on mobile. Don't redirect them to an unrelated page just because that one happens to be mobile-friendly.
Jun
17
answered Open Graph breaks Structured Data Testing Tool
Jun
1
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
1
awarded  Nice Answer
May
29
comment Should meta tags along with site verification, publisher be used on mobile website as well
Like all meta-tags that affect indexing, you need to use them in the head .
May
28
comment Is it OK for SEO and ads on the site if I have the same content on multiple domains?
If you're running a proxy, the proxied content shouldn't be crawlable or indexable at all. How you shuffle your homepage around (assuming you use a rel=canonical to a single indexable version) is up to you.
May
27
answered Should meta tags along with site verification, publisher be used on mobile website as well
May
27
revised What are the best ways to increase a site's position in Google?
Removed authorship (deprecated last year), fixed some links, added mobile-friendly note.
May
27
comment How do I prevent Google from indexing text that is generated by JavaScript?
Do users really see this content? I suspect you're trying to fix something that's not broken.
May
27
comment How do I prevent Google from indexing text that is generated by JavaScript?
Don't use cloaking to try to get around this -- it's against Google's Webmaster Guidelines & makes maintenance a big hassle.
May
15
comment href lang annotations in xml sitemap file displays issues
Many mainstream sitemaps generators include a link to a XSL file by default, which is probably what you're seeing.