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Yes, you can create virtual pageviews in Google Analytics. When the user goes over a certain point in the page, a pageview is recorded. You can find information on how to set up virtual pageviews here: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gajs/asyncMigrationExamples#VirtualPageviews This should be done with JavaScript. jQuery ...


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From a technical standpoint This page has broken down its content into different pages and uses the history.pushstate JavaScript function to change the URL as the user loads more content. For a user: This is all one page of content that can be smoothly scrolled through. Once a 'floor' is hit, it dynamically loads in the next 'page'. For a crawler or ...


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If you use jquery infinitescroll plugin to do paging, just try as below: $('.selector').infinitescroll({ // other options dataType: 'json', appendCallback: false, nextSelector: '.page-nav:last a', }, function(json, opts) { ga('send', 'pageview', $('.page-nav:last a').attr('href')); // Do something with JSON data, create DOM elements, etc .. });


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...Each of 20 listings has Samsung keyword in it. That can be a problem especially when you don't talk about the phones with sufficient detail. Having paragraphs like this is terrible (excuse me if I can't name the phones right). Samsung galaxy 1 This samsung phone named the galaxy is a wonderful samsung product made by Samsung america and Samsung ...


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The pages won't compete in terms of SEO because Googlebot never scrolls the page. The only content that Googlebot ever sees in content displayed via the onload event. Any content that is only shown after user interaction (such as scrolling or clicking) needs its own URL with links to it if you want Google to find it. When implementing infinite scroll it is ...


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Googlebot loads pages and renders them as they appear without any user interaction. Once the page is loaded, it scans the document object model (DOM), indexes the text, and picks out links to other pages it can crawl. Googlebot does not simulate scrolling, moving the mouse, clicking, typing, or any other action that could be taken by users. If you want the ...


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If you want to be 100% certain the page will get properly crawled and indexed, make sure that all of the content (HTML markup) fully loads without the need to scroll down the page. Lazy loading content or changes based on scroll events are things that GoogleBot can't handle. Or at least...not very easily Overall, the probability that you will experience ...


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Infinite scroll has no direct impact on SEO because Googlebot does not scroll the page. It won't matter if you change the URL on scroll or not for crawlability, because Googlebot does not crawl that way. Googlebot loads the page, but does not interact with it at all. The bot doesn't click, scroll, hover, or otherwise interact with the page. Any page ...


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You could approach this from 2 angles. SEO: make sure you have high quality keywords (long tail ones may help you appear higher in search results) on all pages. Make sure your images have alt text with an appropriate keyword in it, as well as titles that have some bearing on the image. Boots_women143.jpg is better for SEO than K84639t.jpg. Complete a good ...


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Google’s Martin Splitt Explains Why Infinite Scroll Causes SEO Problems What Googlebot does is land on a page and crawl what is immediately visible. According to what is stated by Splitt, Googlebot cannot crawl content that loads only after a page is scrolled. Googlebot not being able to scroll could potentially lead to a lot of content ...


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You can check if text is indexed by searching for it on Google. For example here is a song that was visible after scrolling: https://www.google.com/#q=site:songdew.com+%22Mujhmein+har+rang%22 Google easily finds that on your site. Google probably isn't using infinite scroll to find it. It looks like you link to it in multiple places including user ...


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First, parallax is a visual effect. What you're asking about is a single "infinitely" scrolling page, or Single Page Application. If I'm understanding correctly, you don't want to use pushState because you think you'll lose analytic data. I'm not sure why you think that: Google Analytics describes set-up for SPAs here. That being said, if it's a "really ...


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Indeed, according to this, Baidoo doesn't read Javascripts, Ajax etc. But the approach in example code by John Mueller lets address every page through own urls and, beside of it, through the pagination links on the bottom of every page and rel="prev/next" in the head. So, the site using infinite scrolling/pagination as in example will look for Baidoo as a ...


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It's certainly against the policies to display a 4th ad or more with infinite scroll. It souldn't be, as it just replicates legitimate pagination functionality, but they probably don't want to open the door to abuse so we'll have to just take it as it is. It may also be against the policies if you don't fully display all 3 from the beginning but only add [...


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The Google crawler executes JavaScript which is not triggered by user actions like mouse clicks and scroll. ( reference ). So, the crawler will probably know that you are hiding the pagination links which might be considered as hidden text/links. If I implement the pagination as www.domain.com/content?page=1, ...page=2, etc, will SEO pick up the GET ...


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Easier way to do it, would be setting up a Tag that fires when the URL changes from /page-1 to /p2...n This way it will capture the pageview when the url changes while scrolling. However, if the URL is static (which I highly doubt), you can use the above mentioned JS methods.


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