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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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Sometimes I visit the "fetch as google" section of the Google Search Console (webmaster tools). I then request to fetch and render the page, everything seems ok. I then attempt to the submit the page … to index, and the usual dialog box as follows appears: Choose submit method You are submitting the following URL for indexing by Google: http://example.com Recrawling happens a few …
asked Feb 21 '16 by Mike
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they can from you. The company that we were paying to do our SEO just called and said they were contacted by google and told to remove their tags from all of our stuff. If by "their tags" you are … REFUND. Also, Google isn't a personal website tag-manager service, and even if it was, the point is, you hired an SEO consultant to improve your website, you didn't transfer ownership of the site to the …
answered Mar 3 '16 by Mike
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are not showing either. What shall we do so for google to start indexing our website? You're confusing google You're basically asking google to index your page, and then shortly after, the contents … of the page change because of a search someone performed. One policy google has in terms of indexing a webpage is that it must not participate in cloaking which is what you're effectively …
answered Feb 10 '16 by Mike
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Create a sitemap containing URLs for the non-www version of the site that you want indexed. Anyone who accesses the www version should get redirected to the non-www version of the same URL. If your s …
answered Feb 27 '16 by Mike
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takes up the entire width of the screen, because I added margins around the unit to stay in compliance. What I'm thinking of doing is using a 160x600 ad unit since that's also a Google recommended ad …
asked Nov 10 '15 by Mike
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I'm gonna assume you have two versions of your website from one URL and the desktop version has been hacked. Check your .htaccess file and look for lines that detect for mobile devices. If they are p …
answered Mar 31 '15 by Mike
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I've been thinking of ways to try to expand the number of visitors and I noticed the commercial "body armor" market gets a lot of traffic. So is it viable to make an SEO leap from armor in the me …
answered Jun 22 '16 by Mike
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It really depends on all the media (like posters) you upload to the 3rd party sites as well as the permissions associated with it. If you're uploading copyrighted material that you don't have rights …
answered Mar 10 '16 by Mike
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The main text content of the page is the biography on the top. It is the same for all the 3 pages. But the main content of the page is different, even though it is not text-heavy. Search engine …
answered Aug 22 '15 by Mike
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should use in the sitemap. Make sure every link in the sitemap points to an actual webpage, and not a redirect, then resubmit all sitemaps you edited to google then wait about two days for google to make a reaction. …
answered May 18 '15 by Mike
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The home page of the help section of my site (help.clubcatcher.com) received the following report after running it through powermapper tools: Avoid "doorway" pages created just for search engines …
asked Nov 5 '15 by Mike
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google not like status messages such as what I make? or does my form violate webmaster guidelines according to google? or do I really have to replace those status pages with some ridiculous 300 word …
asked Apr 1 '15 by Mike
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users google query i.e. "buy Samsung phones". Would google penalize our ranking due to these irrelevant html blocks? ... HTML for pop-up that comes on users first visit ... This is terrible. The …
answered Jul 27 '17 by Mike
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I think the way to get hurt SEO wise here is if you had multiple worse-than-thin content kind of pages that all have some button along with only words crafted in a way to try to make search engines be …
answered Mar 18 '15 by Mike
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This is an answer to WPRookie82's second question above: I have two versions of my site as separate pages, but I generate them using PHP so that I don't need separate html pages. But if the content i …
answered Mar 20 '15 by Mike

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