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That's a perfectly fine schematization to follow for populating a multitude of meta-descriptions. Also, don't worry about meta-descriptions having "negative" SEO effects, worry if Google will even use them in SERPs or not!


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If the goal is to improve your own website's SEO, copying another website's content probably won't help even if you have permission from them to do so. There isn't any magic that a canonical tag (on your site at least) can do about that. Google tries best to only index one copy of each article it finds on the internet, and it's very likely to index the ...


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I highly doubt that the CNAME is the only reference to example.cloudhost.com. There are many ways that URLs leak. See Can a URL that is not linked to from anywhere be discovered? for a more complete list but it includes: Emails with the link sent through Gmail Third party JS used on your site, especially analytics or ads which send data to Google External ...


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Googlebot does not interact with the page like a user. It does not click on anything. It does not scroll. If content is loaded into the page when users click, Google is not going to index it as part of that page. However, Googlebot still may find AJAX content to which users have to click. That is because Googlebot scans the page source, the rendered ...


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Rate-limiting bots is not a good way to protect your site from XSS and SQL injection. If your site is vulnerable, a bot might only need to try a handful of tactics to get to it, which it can spread out over days or weeks or multiple IPs if it's being rate limited or IP banned. The correct way to protect against injecton is to (1) use high-quality server ...


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Depends from website to website. If you have a news website with lots of fresh content getting posted hourly then you can expect more visits from search bots. If your pages are just static then you can expect much less visits from search bots. Showing blank page idea is risky one. Moreover if you really want to make a guesstimate then head onto your Google ...


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Google needs a source for the links of your pages, so it can index them. There are multiple ways than can make Google index more pages: Add a sitemap with most of the pages. Include breadcrumbs in your pages. Submit the urls using Search Console or via the API. So the simple answer to the question Would adding links between pages help Google index more of ...


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We are thinking about including the [+] and [-] buttons on the AMP page as links to the non-AMP version with a GET param in order to show the calculation result on the non-AMP page. These GET parameters create an "infinite space" (there are in practice an "infinite" number of pages, one for every number in the GET param). So you would be ...


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This is a very common misconception actually. The indexing API only works for job postings or livestream videos. "Currently, the Indexing API can only be used to crawl pages with either JobPosting or BroadcastEvent embedded in a VideoObject. For websites with many short-lived pages like job postings or livestream videos, the Indexing API keeps content ...


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