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A reference to another webpage that the user can follow (click on) to access that document.

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We know that text links do not pass PageRank or signals, but say a page A contains a text link (not wrapped inside <a> </a>) to a page B and there is no other link on the net to page B and it does not appear in any sitemap. Will Google index page B when it finds the text link on page A? …
asked Oct 29 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Is it possible to have specific parts ignored from search engines in the anchor text, or tell them to give more weight to some text that should be considered as "primary"? (Or maybe there's no need …
answered May 15 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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If you create relative links in Blogger, it tends to automatically convert them into absolute links or to add http:// in front of the URL. Is there any way to prevent this? Update: I have reported this to the Blogger forum as an issue. Let's hope Google will fix it. …
asked Jan 9 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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deceptive hidden link. P.S.: If the links are really too long and you have dozens and dozens of them, consider making the anchor texts smaller, because there is a (remote and small) risk these might be considered as keyword stuffing. …
answered Aug 20 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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I have noticed that some blogs posts have links using a value starting with / in the href. For example: <a href="/somedir/somepage.html">My Page</a> Does the leading / mean the path is starting …
asked Jan 8 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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This tutorial indicates that the answer to my question is yes. The effective href value is indeed: www.mysite.com/somedir/somepage.html.
answered Jan 8 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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you are artificially adding links to img.domain.com to try to improve your rankings, don't -> Google will consider it suspicious. If you can, split your pages with themes (all birds pictures, all …
answered Mar 6 '13 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Will a website with a high ratio of broken internal links be considered low quality? Will it therefore not rank well? Does anyone have an official reference confirming this? …
asked Jun 4 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Since bots have a fixed budget to spend to crawl websites on a regular basis, does it makes sense to mark mailto links with rel='nofollow' to make sure them don't spend time on these (especially if …
asked Aug 26 '13 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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it, but without providing any evidence. It is known that if your website links to bad neighborhood, this will harm your reputation and authority, but does the reverse actually help? And, does it …
asked Aug 25 '13 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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If this is your concern, pages with many links are not necessarily considered spammy (says Matt Cutts). Lazy loading your links is not going to solve your issue, since Google is now capable of … executing Javascript. It would find about your mega menu links. So don't bother the hassle if that is your only intent. If you don't want Google to crawl the mega menu links, just mark them as nofollow. That's enough. …
answered Jul 20 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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does not necessarily group its a links in one place. Can one spread rich snippet markup like this? <body itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WebPage"> ... <p> Bla bla bla some text <a itemprop … links like css)? <p itemprop="breadcrumb"> Bla bla bla some text <a href="category/books.html">Books</a> > bla bla bla. Bla bla ble more text <a href="category/books-literature.html">Literature …
asked Jun 19 '13 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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You can have two or more links from one page A to a page B. There is no issue here. You are not going to be penalized. There is no need to avoid duplicate links to same page. Your SEO guy is wrong. …
answered Jul 18 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge