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comment Will adding nofollow to alternate language links prevent Googlebot from crawling so many of them?
WMT doesn't show these as example pages in the warning, but I'm trying to remove as much as I can. Thanks and happy to have you on-board, would love to hear your thoughts
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comment Will adding nofollow to alternate language links prevent Googlebot from crawling so many of them?
@zigojacko for every page I have 6 language versions, so it's 6x not just 6. For example: twtrland.com/profile/zigojacko and ko.twtrland.com/profile/zigojacko ... (you can also get the feeling of what type of website it is)
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comment Will adding nofollow to alternate language links prevent Googlebot from crawling so many of them?
Exactly like in my code snippet - 6. I know it doesn't necessarily mean I should take action, but it feels he doesn't really need to invest his time crawling these template pages, doesn't it?
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revised Will adding nofollow to alternate language links prevent Googlebot from crawling so many of them?
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asked Will adding nofollow to alternate language links prevent Googlebot from crawling so many of them?
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comment How can I resolve google wrong synonom understanding in queries
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jun
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comment How can I resolve google wrong synonom understanding in queries
You can try a simple name search and see the Instagram highlighted. Like google.com/…
Jun
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comment How can I resolve google wrong synonom understanding in queries
Using stack was actually just an example I thought was nice here. It highlights Instagram everywhere, and doesn't do the same for a much more relevant term like twitter (or any other term I've noticed). You don't find that odd?
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comment How can I resolve google wrong synonom understanding in queries
Instagram isn't so really tighly associated with the site, and definitely much less associated than twitter for example which isn't highlighted in the results. I'm pretty sure this change happened recently (panda 4 release) and has caused significant changes in rankings.
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asked How can I resolve google wrong synonom understanding in queries
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comment Can I benefit from links to pages on my site which have a `noindex` meta tag?
@w3d isn't putting a canonical tag a bit like noindexing the current page and instead referring to the canonical page?
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asked Considering all Social Media links are `nofollow`, how do they help SEO?
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comment Can I benefit from links to pages on my site which have a `noindex` meta tag?
@w3d That's why I'm considering to remove the robots.txt so that Google will be able to crawl, read the noindex and/or the canonical tag. I'm not sure how much it's legit to add a canonical to a page that isn't 95% the same as the one I'm linking to. More like 30-50%.
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asked Can I benefit from links to pages on my site which have a `noindex` meta tag?
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accepted Removing existing filtered pages from Google's index: noindex / 301 / canonical to non-filtered page?
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comment Removing existing filtered pages from Google's index: noindex / 301 / canonical to non-filtered page?
I think/hope this paragraph there is relevant: If you’d like to consolidate indexing signals, consider adding rel=”canonical” from the secondary host to a superset URL on the main host (e.g. www2.example.com/category.php?category=gummy-candies&taste=sour&price=5-10 may specify a rel=”canonical” to the superset “sour gummy candies” view-all page, www.example.com/category.php?category=gummy-candies&taste=sour&page=all). so I'll probably go with the canonical option.