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It's definitely a good idea to ensure that each unique URL points to a document with: a unique <title> a unique <meta name="description"> a unique set of <meta name="keywords"> (ignore the naysayers who encourage you to ignore this: optimising for Google isn't the beginning and the end of optimising for search, indexing ...


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Google's hosted web page performance testing tool: https://web.dev/ Google's Chrome browser's built-in web page performance testing tool: https://developers.google.com/web/tools/lighthouse


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Googlebot now executes JavaScript and can automatically crawl and render pages on client side rendered sites. It sounds like you are already doing so, but to let the crawler do its job you need to: Create a separate URL for each piece of content on your site. Google needs to be able to send visitors directly to the content they searched by directing ...


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I think you are mixing three terms in your question. To host a site, you need a server. Google is a search engine (it indexes sites that have been uploaded to a server, it does not host them). A browser is software for viewing a website such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, etc. If you are referring to Google Chrome, it does not host sites; it allows ...


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It sounds like when you moved to a GTM implementation some of your tracking was not transferred. GA will only record a nonzero time on page if some tracked action happens after the pageview - another pageview, an event, a hit of some kind. It is the difference between the times of the two hits that tells it time on page and then session duration. Blog posts ...


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Many of the mentioned above is true, although an important remark - scanned and indexed are not the same. So when you think it's 10,000 links per day, in fact it's a big question how many of them did it really manage to open. Google and Yandex determine the speed based on the value of the website as they see it, but till a certain extent you can interfere in ...


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