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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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I'm looking for the SEO way to tell Google not to download pictures. I have a script that generates one of two things based on who accesses the site: If an unauthorized robot accesses the site …
modified Sep 20 by Stephen Ostermiller
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my certificates automatically to keep the HTTPS site running. Now an article on Google told me the first steps to creating a key in shell which I have done already. I read: https …
modified Jul 26 '18 by Mike
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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 …
modified Mar 13 '18 by BryrDe
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outdated, and now I want to know which is the fastest method of telling google that I made changes and that all links are correct. Should I try using the ping URL at google to re-submit my sitemap or do … I have to use Google Search Console? Which is the fastest in terms of overall sitemap submission and processing? I'm asking because I don't want to see random warnings and errors stay in my Google
modified Jan 25 '18 by Community
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I wish I could use your idea of meta refresh as well, but in today's society, you want to cause your server to fabricate the following HTTP header for a redirect (where URL after Location is the new U …
modified Dec 7 '17 by Mike
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To fix your specific error that you show, consider making a folder in document root called "page" and in that folder you can create a folder called "2". In that folder create the default index page. ( …
modified Sep 13 '17 by Mike
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to see (based on their query) at the top and on the first page. Some search engines (like google) may place websites that directly sponsor them relevant to the user's query above other websites and the …
modified Aug 17 '17 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 …
modified Jul 27 '17 by Mike
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So is it necessary every time you change the name of a page, to keep the old page as a 301 redirect to the new page? Or will Google just figure it out over time? It's highly recommended that you …
modified May 31 '17 by Mike
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google and even baidu are downloading the entire contents of the image URLs. I was hoping they'd stop downloading when they came across this line: X-Robots-Tag: noindex, noimageindex Either I … looked into robots.txt and thought of using the noindex line but when I did, google complained about having no access to what they call an "important url" when it isn't important. I don't want to block …
modified May 17 '17 by Stephen Ostermiller
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engines like google don't think you're playing games with it. Once you have finished merging necessary content, then convert the old links to redirect to the new merged content. For example: Say you …
modified May 6 '17 by Mike
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all people regardless of device they use especially when it comes from google. ** FOR LINUX USERS LIKE ME ** I found an answer for 1/2 the world, but for the other half (like windows only users … installed each one onto my system one-by-one. While it did wreck the appearance of one of my installed window managers, I switched to KDE and things worked and so did firefox 40. However, I'm still disappointed with google because their interface is now a bit slower and more fisher-price-ish. …
modified May 5 '17 by Mike
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fit in that without the need to scroll down is above the fold. Think of fold as a first page-break. Also, google thinks of content as user visible text, so any characters you see on the screen without …
modified Apr 26 '17 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 …
modified Mar 6 '17 by Community
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Fetch as Google only works for 30 minutes. After that, the page is not shown in the Google index..... What did I do wrong here? Robots.txt has nothing to do with it. You need to look at the … pages that you're trying to make google index using the "fetch as google" feature and see that they follow the Google Webmaster Guidelines completely. This means don't post extreme adult content and/or …
modified Nov 19 '16 by Mike

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