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If by no traffic you mean no traffic from search engines you can delete it. If its being spidered by engines but not receiving hits it might be contributing to your site by providing keywords (assuming its linked), although this is likely to be very minor if no one is actually finding and viewing your blog.


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Since you will be earning using the software, it automatically falls into commercial use, so its not.


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Much of this depends upon what you are expecting to achieve. You do not say in your question. For example, are you looking for a job, freelance work, or to market yourself or expertise for other purposes, etc? Are you using the blog for this purpose? Certainly a profile page on the blog is appropriate and adds credibility within search engines. Profiles ...


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There are a few things you can do: Use schema markups in your site Add your name in your site (can be in about section) You must have social media profiles; mention your website there and you can also add your social links on your site. Use some backlinks.


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Even though the tags themselves were crummy, they still served the function of creating connections between pages on your website, i.e. they created a web of interlinks. By removing them all at once, I think maybe you communicated to Google that some sort of minor catastrophe happened.


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Canonical tags can only be used when two pages have the same content. They tell search engines which of the two duplicate URLs is your preferred URL that you would like to have indexed. When you use canonical tags for any other purpose, search engines are likely to ignore the tags. Google especially has been ignoring canonical tags when the content of ...


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Hello and thank you for the question. This is very interesting indeed. But before we get into the nitty gritty details of canoniclization you must first ask yourself or whoever is responsible for content marketing at your company; must you re-publish your content elsewhere? If you publish your content on your blog and then republish that same content on ...


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If you want to rank for that specific phrase - I would say yes - use it in the exact same order in your title and post. You will also want to use it the exact same way in yoast. Make sure you add it to your alt tags in your images as well. Finally, and possibly most importantly, I would use it as your URL - that exact phrase. As far as how to use it - try ...


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I rewrote the following answer, as Mary rightly pointed out that Blogger doesn't support 301 redirects to other websites. Apparently Blogger's 301 redirect option only supports redirects within the same blogger website. The only option here seems to be to add a JavaScript redirect or a meta refresh redirect, the latter of which can be done by putting the ...


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do I need to resubmit the sitemap to the Google search console? Yes. It might help Google to discover your new URLs quicker and will give you a more accurate representation of which URLs are indexed. does removing date from blog URL helps in SEO ranking? Maybe, but probably not. URLs play only a very small part in SEO ranking, the content is the ...


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As with most advice, it depends. If the categories or tags are good landing pages for your visitors - they group posts in ways that make them easier to find - don't disable them just because you're nervous about SEO. You can work to make those pages' content more unique by doing things like adding intro text and images, and/or displaying the excerpts in ...


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