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Think of an id as a global url based identifier for the specific entity. It can be any url you chose but is typically based on the official url where the entity is found with maybe an extra anchor to indicate which entity on the page. As Nikant motioned, Google currently only thinks at the page level. They don't connect entities across pages by their id. So, ...


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Structured data operates at the page level. Google's perspective: Relevance Your structured data should be a true representation of the page content. and Location Put the structured data on the page that it describes, unless specified otherwise > by the documentation. Therefore, the link must point to the page the content of which is presented in ...


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The first question is, do you need these pages on your website a tall? Since you had said you weren't aware of these pages, I'm going to guess not. If that is the case, your best answer would be to delete these duplicate pages from your website and allow them to return a 404/Not Found error message. That tells Google (and human visitors) that you don't want ...


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Generally speaking, Mueller is correct here. I regularly monitor log files for different websites and in going through those log files, it does seem like Google crawls pages with a noindex increasingly less over time as Mueller explained. Cutts isn't wrong in that the pages with noindex will be crawled for a while but eventually that will decrease. This isn'...


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OK, So I think I finally managed to piece it together. (please confirm or infirm what I am saying below) The lab data is not counted at all towards the page experience or core web vitals data. The lab data on pagespeed, which is generated using lighthouse is only a "debugging" tool that can give you a rough indication where you whave some ...


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This is from Google ... https://developers.google.com/search/docs/beginner/seo-starter-guide Do: Format links so they're easy to spot Make it easy for users to distinguish between regular text and the anchor text of your links. Your content becomes less useful if users miss the links or accidentally click them. Avoid: Using CSS or text styling that make ...


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