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Google Inc. is an American multinational public corporation invested in Internet search, cloud computing, and advertising technologies.

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Mobile sitemaps look like they were designed for when mobiles weren't using HTML, but iMode and WAP, though they do support HTML pages too. What Google wanted you to do was to be able to say which … web content will be ignored by the Google crawling mechanisms. If you have non-mobile content, create a separate Sitemap for those URLs. I wouldn't bother making a separate mobile site just so …
answered Sep 28 '11 by paulmorriss
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rank you've built up on links has now gone too. Using the same analytics code is not a problem and using server side includes is fine too - Google can't tell whether you used them or not. …
answered Nov 24 '11 by paulmorriss
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I find no sign of a Google+ share button in their help files. On Google+ itself there is a link "share" next to each post and a share button at the top of the page (which is now on Google reader too … ). I think your client is getting confused with the Google +1 button. It may be that there's one on the way, or it's available to a few beta testers, but it's not generally available. …
answered Jul 26 '11 by paulmorriss
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My guess is that it looks for a long list of similar items, and discards the first three because the fourth item doesn't look like part of the list. To solve it I would find a way of getting the adver …
answered Feb 13 '12 by paulmorriss
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PageRank is just one of the (200+) factors used to place you in search results, so even though it's got worse you're still doing well on the other factors. It could be that the links to your site (wh …
answered Jun 24 '11 by paulmorriss
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Why not follow Google's suggestion about using Javascript, and use it to hide the h1 and display the image. If it's not enabled then people (and search engines) will still see the text.
answered Mar 25 '11 by paulmorriss
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Your page has no <body>...</body> section, which makes it invalid HTML. Try putting a body in and see if that cures the problem.
answered Sep 16 '11 by paulmorriss
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There is no problem with disallowing that address in your robots.txt file. Google won't crawl it, but some crawlers ignore robots.txt. There is nothing wrong with saying that part of your site … shouldn't be crawled. Measuring visitors is a different thing to letting search engines index your site. (I did find someone who found that URLs used by analytics were then used for crawling, but as I say Google obeys robots.txt http://www.monkeylytics.com/googlebot-crawls-based-on-google-analytics-data/) …
answered Jun 22 '12 by paulmorriss
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The quickest way of getting this removed from Google is through their URL removal tool. Register your site with Google Webmaster Tools and you have access to the tool. More instructions here: http … . Completing this form will help ensure that we have all of the information necessary to investigate your specific enquiry and and resolve it as quickly as possible. As for how long it takes, Google doesn't make any promises. …
answered May 25 '11 by paulmorriss
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This may not have been true when the question was originally asked, but now through Webmaster tools you can pick which URLs which result in 404s Google should remove from its index and not try to crawl again. You can do 25 at a time. You can find this facility under Health > Crawl Errors. …
answered Oct 4 '12 by paulmorriss
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I think your question at the end may be the problem. Google say There shouldn't be more than one listing per physical location. Even if you're a doctor who is a cardiologist and a …
answered May 27 '11 by paulmorriss
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Yes, that's what they do. For more information see - http://support.google.com/websearch/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=179386. You can change your location though - see that page for details. However yo …
answered Mar 9 '12 by paulmorriss
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You can use a cross domain canonical link as described here: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/12/handling-legitimate-cross-domain.html So choose whether you want .com or .co.uk to con …
answered Sep 1 '11 by paulmorriss
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I think given that the error message comes from Google you need to wait until the DNS changes have propagated and Google no longer have anything to do with the domain. …
answered May 16 '11 by paulmorriss
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The URL is OrderComplete and the goal tracking is OrderCompleted (d at the end). Drop the d on the goal and it should work.
answered Jan 19 '12 by paulmorriss

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