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“NOINDEX, FOLLOW” turns into NOFOLLOW eventually. Solution is Canonical?

I have recently discovered that Google treats "noindex,follow" pages as "noindex,nofollow" eventually -> https://webmasters.stackexchange.com/a/115879 I have a website with hotel listings. I provide ...
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Do deindexed URLs pass link juice? [duplicate]

I am building some backlinks to a page of my website that is high likely to get deindexed (I have to build to that specific page) mainly because of duplicate content. Will my page, if deindexed, pass ...
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Is <a> in <noscript> wasting linkjuice?

One simple question due to a delayed loading (lazyLoad extensions) of images. Does the usage of an a element within a noscript element influence the internal link juice of a webpage? (yes, Google will ...
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Is crawl budget and link juice being wasted to URLs with hashes?

On my site I have internal links to URLs with hashes in them, like this one: https://example.com/page.html#music https://example.com/page.html#music has canonical tag with URL pointing to https://...
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How stop google from giving too much link juice to particular URLs?

We have a product website with separate pages for product details, product images, product videos, product reviews. We want to design a card for our products which we can use everywhere i.e. on ...
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Would a link pass link juice if it has anchor text of a URL but directs to a different site?

If the anchor text is www.site1.example but the link actually directs to www.random2.example, would link juice be passed in this instance to random2.example? For example: <a href="https://www....
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Do URL redirects negatively affect SEO when part of a site restructuring?

I understand that no 'Link Juice' is lost, when implementing a 301 Redirect for the purposes of redirecting from http to https prefixes. What about redirects, when a site goes under a restructure? ...
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Redirects of only some pages from parent company site to new website

We have have recently split from our parent company and are now an independent company with a brand new website. The parent company has a very authorative site and (being new) we have none. We are ...
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If there is a time delay before a redirect, is link juice affected?

If a redirect happens with the following code: <?php $delay = 5; //seconds sleep($delay); header('HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently'); header("Location: http://www.example.com"); ?> is the ...
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Link juice from a 301 redirect question

I've just finished redesigning the website and had some new URLs that didn't match up to old ones. I did a 301 redirect to those pages. Now the old and the new page are ranking first and second in ...
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Can 301 redirects be done for some pages from old domain to page on new domain. Old domain will remain UP

Recently(couple of days ago), we used the url removal tool in google webmaster to remove some for our existing pages on our .com domain but actually we wanted to pass the link juice for those pages ...
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SEO for URLs that are only accessible to users with a specific session variable

I'm coding a website and I want to increase its SEO. I was wondering how the page rank was dealing with session-based url. I have a session variable "town" which construct all URLs of the website (...
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Is link juice distributed equally to all links on the root page?

How is link juice divided from the navbar? I have inner pages in the navbar that are example.com/product1/ but I am concerned that because it does not have a /subdir/product1/ that it is just seen ...
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Converting old 404 links to inbound links for SEO with 301 redirects

I have many quite old, varied, trusted 404 links pointing to our site. Is it OK for SEO to use these as inbound links for a new domain? I would make them into 301 redirects.
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Does link with rel=“me” attribute provide any link juice advantage?

On my Squidoo profile page I found my websites's link is in a rel="me" attribute. Does this attribute provide any link juice advantage to my website?