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if the rss feeds are referred to in the head section of the html or linked to in the body of the html google will discover them. (you can use: [ inurl:rss] to look if some of them … were indexed) and/or you can submit RSS as a sitemap kinda file via google webmaster tools, more about that see …
answered Oct 12 '10 by Franz
, google treats it as an (relative) URL and tries to crawl it. but hey, if you just have one or two or below half a million of such crawl errors, don't worry. it does not matter. if you have a few million crawl errors because of such strings, well do worry and change the strings. …
answered Feb 28 '11 by Franz
Hijax == sneaky Javascript redirects? only if they are intended as sneaky. Will I get banned from Google? if they are not sneaky, most probably not. a "penalty" is an editorial or semi … presume that your site is legit, so lets strike the word "penalty" and look at the technical implications of your solution. here is a short, simplified outline on how google processes your site see …
answered Apr 6 '11 by Franz
if you care about this topic, please read this great google paper ( april 2009 ) - read the complete paper, not only … the blogpost. from the paper ok, basically google struggled with the same question. they do not disclose how they determine value within the sitemap, but they mention the concept of a virtual link …
answered Nov 2 '10 by Franz