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If your old blog got general quality post but not done cheap or poor SEO then it's worth sticking to old blog and try and improve it by having better quality posts. Keeping Old Blog: Slowly you can w …
answered Jun 22 '17 by TopQnA
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If you will not let the forum to be index by Google then there will be no issue. You can have links from the blog to forum and forum to blog. Example: example.com => Blog example.com/forum … / => Forum Additionally, you may like to let the blog be read by Google and but keep all links in the blog as 'no follow' and you can do basic monitoring and see if you may have a positive impact on the …
answered Jun 23 '17 by TopQnA
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Should i give up? - Absolutely not. Big guys may rank higher but probably they might not be as focused as you considering they might have many things to worry about. And here you got a chance. Yes, …
answered Jun 21 '17 by TopQnA
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You shouldn't think word count as ranking factor but rather what may be the good length to justify the blog. Google doesn't like way too short content with more links. In my view 1K words blog …
answered Jun 2 '17 by TopQnA
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It's not a bad idea to invest for the long term quality result. But investment shouldn't involve buying links. Guest post is nearly dead unless you use in some creative way. AdWords & Facebook Ad: …
answered Jun 29 '17 by TopQnA
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and analyse what you might have done over last few weeks/months. And if you may have done any implementation which doesn't follow the Google webmaster guidelines then you need to do some cleanup …
answered Jul 14 '17 by TopQnA
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What you have done is a good move. You might need to allow little bit more time for Google to remove it from the index. You may also like to try: Remove URLs Tool https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1663419?hl=en …
answered Jun 12 '17 by TopQnA
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If you will plan well then you should be fine. Key things in planning: URL management: You should build system so that old URLs should redirect to respective new ones. At least for those pages wher …
answered May 26 '18 by TopQnA
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Good that you clarified about one site. Let me explain this in general. Those two pages 1) Music Recording 2) Music Sheet returns significant traffic on each then keep them separate. You may merge …
answered May 6 '17 by TopQnA
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Did you mean the image which gets displayed next to map in Google My Business? Or issue in Google Plus? Regardless of the situation, firstly make sure you got admin access to your Google My … Business / G+ access. Generally, in Google my business it fetches the image from G+ banner image or related. Also, you should be able to change profile photo easily using the logo. Note: Mare sure you got …
answered May 8 '17 by TopQnA
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You can deal with this in different ways. 1. Using robots.txt Let's say your website is: example.com And user profile is: Structure 1: Well designed Profile - example.com/user/user1 => Main Pro …
answered Jun 28 '17 by TopQnA
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Redirection: It's always a good practice if you change your page from old to new then it is highly recommended you apply 301 permanent redirection. Google considers several factors to rank a page … redirect then Google will read the new one but you may not get the ranking weight which you had on the old page. …
answered May 31 '17 by TopQnA
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real data. You also need to think about the niche popularity and have rich content in a popular niche. These days Google does amazing job ranking rich content with lot less effort but its not always the …
answered Jun 1 '17 by TopQnA
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Firstly, just as a precaution as soon as you see there will be a possibility of things may be going wrong (Possible poor approach of SEO) then think about placing at a different domain in terms of rep …
answered May 26 '17 by TopQnA
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You have included few things in the question, the following should clarify. XML Sitemap: When you submit XML sitemap, Google algorithm reviews it and it will index pages based on its algorithm … priority you assign doesn't influence ranking. Re-Indexing: Google algorithm re-crawls pages in certain interval regardless you submit xml sitemap or not. How to get crawled fast: There are several factors …
answered May 6 '17 by TopQnA

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