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The only thing you can do it login to your Google Webmaster Tools account, navigate to Crawl menu sections and click on Fetch as Google and click Fetch. The change will not be immediate and it really depends on when Google decided to crawl your site again. …
answered Dec 21 '15 by dasickle
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WP Ban is a good start. I would also apply some filters in your Google Analytics account. Moz has a great article that talks about all available options to get rid of referrer spam. Also, if you … want to look at your old data without spam you can create a segment that filters it out. Google has done a pretty terrible job at filtering out referrer spam and there seems to be no resolution to this issue at this time. …
answered Dec 18 '15 by dasickle
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be misleading. Have you checked your Google Webmaster Tools account to see what queries are coming up? If you linked your GTW account with your Google Analytics account you can look under …
answered Dec 10 '14 by dasickle
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I am switching all my sites to https this week and am running into an issue. We use AddThis for our sharing widgets and according to their support all our social metrics will be reset to zero once the …
asked Oct 3 '17 by dasickle
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Depends on the the site. Most major sites will do rel="nofollow" so there is no benefit. I think networking sites are better for referral traffic and lead generation.
answered May 27 '14 by dasickle
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Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager will be your best bet if you are trying to track a ton of links. It will help you automate the whole process a bit. 2) Use a Heatmap service such as Crazy Egg … or Clicky to give you a quick visual snapshot of what was clicked on the page. Using Option #1 you will be able to pull a report of triggered events in Google Analytics. Using Option #2 you will not get data to work with but a simple visual of which link is performing better. …
answered Jan 7 '15 by dasickle
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I am about to enable CDN on one of my new sites and want to avoid any duplicate content/ranking issues. By default WP engine CDN url's are configured the following way: This url: http://domain.com/w …
asked Jul 16 '15 by dasickle
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First, I would run some tests on that page using one of the following tools: 1) Google Page Speed 2) WebPageTest.org These two will give you an idea of why your page is slow to respond. It could …
answered Nov 25 '14 by dasickle
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We primarily use Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for our social media posting. Lately, I have been reading that G+ is still worth using for social traffic and general SEO, especially for local. Is it still worth the effort, considering G+ is not really a priority for Google anymore? …
asked Aug 16 '16 by dasickle
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We have two websites whose content align with each other: Site #1 - Industry editorial website that provides high quality, original and current content. This site is mature and has high authority re …
asked Sep 16 '15 by dasickle
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You really don't need to. Crawlers will find you on their own. However, if you would like to help that process a bit then include your domains in Google Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster Tools. Both …
answered Apr 22 '15 by dasickle
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the Events dialog of GWD, there is Google Ad section in the Action tab. Some of the items don't work with AdWords environment such as timer. Also if you set multiple exits the ad is not accepted …
answered Oct 10 '14 by dasickle
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Here are a few options: 1) Update your Meta Tags to include the graph info. 2) Write some content that explains the graph in detail. 3) Use something like Swiftype for your internal search. You can …
answered Oct 10 '14 by dasickle
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I suggest you add meta title and meta description for every page. It will give you more control over what is displayed in SERP. Sometimes Google will alter your titles and descriptions but having those meta tags should help. …
answered Jun 28 '16 by dasickle
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I would go with topic.example.com or example.com/topic and not a separate domain for each topic. Basically, use the silo approach. This will allow each topic to rank on its own without being too dilut …
answered Oct 9 '14 by dasickle

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