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More results from domain is nothing other then the site-query, like site:za.com. You aren't able to change the query kind of how Google does it. What you are able, is to move your content from the subdomain to the main domain - this would trigger displaying this content by querying of More results from domain


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We get these questions all the time. You are not the only one confused. Google should be clearer. Google uses the term error and it is confusing to some users. These are just notices. Not errors. There is nothing else to do. Google is not saying there is a problem. Google is simply informing you of what they found. In case you may have made a mistake, you ...


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The total number of clicks and total impressions are fluctuating, but overall they are moving upwards, which is a good thing. It will increase once the average position improves and CTR increases. The CTR seems to be on the lower end of the spectrum. It can be improved by optimising for relevant keywords to reach the desired customer segment and further ...


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Much of the answer depends upon the site itself. For example, a few of my sites should not see much traffic at all. For example, one is for my apartment building. Short of a few pages of content intended to help tenants, there is no real reason to visit the site unless you are looking for an apartment. Another is for an antiques business site. It is one ...


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In my humble opinion, Google will not show stars from an organization unknown to it. That is, if an organization is not registered in Google My Business and does not have a knowledge panel in SERP, then Google can ignore such an organization as the author of a review. You will probably agree that this makes sense.


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So you've mentioned improving your backlink profile and having good content on page. I am looking at the timeline that mobile first indexing rolled out. Google announced in July 2018 that sites with low page speed will start to suffer (https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2018/01/using-page-speed-in-mobile-search.html) It looks like that may correlate with the ...


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Google guidelines make it clear that rich snippets are not guaranteed, even if the code is correct: Google does not guarantee that your structured data will show up in search results, even if your page is marked up correctly Those guidelines offer several reasons why a rich snippet may not be shown, many of which relate to the content itself. I ...


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We were hit by the same problem as the OP - our site blacklisted so that all Chrome users were getting a big scary red message about "The site ahead contains malware. Attackers currently on [site name] might attempt to install dangerous programmes on your computer that steal or delete your information (for example, photos, passwords, messages and credit ...


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It may not be that your business is named incorrectly but that Google associated a different business with your business's identifying information. I'd look into utilizing some kind of directory or citation scanner. You go to these sites, input your business NAP info, and it provides a report with irregularities between business name entity information. ...


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