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Only you can know after you've tried it. Will linking to one of your blog posts from your homepage increase its keyword rankings? I, or anyone else, cannot say. It will increase the PageRank of Your Sub-Page tho Linking to any sub-page from your homepage will result in a net-gain in PageRank for the sub-page. This is because of how PageRank flows throughout ...


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The effect of this decision on the SEO of the rest of your site, current or future, will be negligible. If you want users to be able to discover this "Coming Soon" page on Google (and other search engines), then do not mark it as noindex. If you would rather people not find this page in Google search results, then mark it noindex. However, since ...


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This answer relates to Google Google seeks to index webpages, images, and PDFs that contain content. Files such as scripts and stylesheets are used to render pages and etc but they're generally not going to index that stuff because it isn't content. Assuming your goal is strictly about preventing indexation, you shouldn't really have to do anything. However,...


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Google seems to use PageSpeed Insights scores so that very slow sites don't appear in the search results very much. In other words, having a horrible score can really hurt your site, but it isn't necessary to get 100/100. If you site score at least an 80/100 I wouldn't expect improving your score to help your rankings further. In August 2021, Google ...


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Yes, site speed has been an SEO signal used by Google since at least 2010. https://developers.google.com/search/blog/2010/04/using-site-speed-in-web-search-ranking However, it is a less important signal than page relevance. It's more important for mobile searches, but even so it affects about 1% of searches.


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