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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of web content in search engines using an understanding of search engines' processes and algorithms. Also known as "natural" or "organic" search, it is distinct from paid web advertising.

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Rand covers this exact subject. (moz.org is well respected authority in the field of SEO) Here is a video by Matt Cutts from Google on the reason they don't have a markup for boilerplate (default …
answered Jun 20 '13 by Max
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backlink? YES Does google prevent the PR juice to flow in such cases ? YES Does it have any negative effect on seo? NO However if you didn't use the rel="nofollow" tag, the the answers would … to flow in such cases ? NOT immediately but again if Google decides this is an unnatural link it will do more harm than good. Does it have any negative effect on seo? YES it can do. It could be …
answered Aug 7 '13 by Max
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You can do this by turning JavaScript off in your browser: Chrome: Click on the settings icon on the top right of chrome. Click settings click 'Show advanced settings...' Click 'Content Settings …
answered May 27 '13 by Max
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You can log a take down notice with Google, either through their special DMCA page or through Google Webmaster tools. You should also lodge a complaint direct with the Digital Millennium Copyright Ac …
answered Jul 23 '13 by Max
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Google offers a few different guidelines in this situation. If you are quite a small site, that may not have too many of these types of pages, it's perfectly acceptable to go with your 2 option. Not …
answered Oct 28 '14 by Max
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The problem with 302 redirects are that they are temporary, which often results in both pages being indexed in Google - The page you are redirecting from and the page you are redirecting to. If both p …
answered Aug 8 '13 by Max
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You can 'dilute duplicate' content by adding unique content around it. What I might do here is add a unique description for each bike if possible. Even if they are similar, but slightly different you …
answered Nov 13 '14 by Max
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link rel="publisher" is not for telling search engines you are the original source of syndicated content. It's just to link up your companies Google + page in the search results, so you can see an ima …
answered Aug 19 '13 by Max
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What you have done with defining canonicals is correct Chad. Although if the duplicate pages don't need to be accessed independently of the main page, I myself always try to implement 301 redirects in …
answered Nov 15 '13 by Max
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some sites using AJAX that have a similar way of loading content as you describe. Might not be a feasible option, but as long as you follow Google's guidelines on Making AJAX Crawlable it would be SEO
answered Nov 27 '14 by Max
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I have sites that also opt out of Google Weblight as the cart doesn't function so nothing can be purchased. I have seen no adverse effect since we added the "Cache-Control: no-transform" header, no …
answered Jun 13 '18 by Max
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serving on the single URL, the default being local language which is the only one google could see. (non seo friendly) We proposed using a correct multiple language page set up, but it would be a big …
answered Jul 25 '18 by Max
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I think perhaps you have have a small misunderstanding, your title seems to suggest so: Should Faceted Navigation be approached, exclusive of SEO? Focusing, solely, on user experience? Faceted … navigation is there for the user experience, the knock on effect is it can generally cause issues for SEO, its not there for SEO purposes. So the articles you have read give solutions to help fix the …
answered Jun 14 '18 by Max
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You can control which site sitelinks appear by demoting the 'random' ones you don't want appearing: sitelinks and how to demote them. The info on the right is part of what Google calls 'knowledge g …
answered Aug 19 '13 by Max
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This isn't a problem SEO wise and is encouraged by Google as it aids the user experience. A breadcrumb trail is a set of links (breadcrumbs) that can help a user understand and navigate your …
answered Jul 3 '13 by Max

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