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Google Ads targeting my already long term customers. How to fix this?
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Its a waste to show my already existing customers my company ads. It isn't, but we won't address using remarketing to drive referrals, reviews and upsells in in this question. To combat segmenting ...

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Will Google penalize me for duplicate content on GitHub from my knowledge base?
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Ideally, no. It is very, very difficult to get penalised (Sandboxing, Deindexing). Having duplicate content may 'de-value' your content and it will have less weight than it would organically but it's ...

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Should I use rel="me" or itemprop="sameAs" when linking to social networks like Google+
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Why not have both? Under an organisation Item in Schema.org: URL of a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity. E.g. the URL of the item's Wikipedia page, Freebase page, ...

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Why are the total clicks in Google Search Console different from the sum of values in queries chart?
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In all likelihood, the keywords that you are getting from Google are (not set) and cannot be shown to you due to privacy reasons or are too low in search volume to be included in search tools. ...

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How can I search in Google for specific domain?
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site:*.wordpress.com inurl:*.wordpress.com These are advanced search operators. The site: search operator limits the scope for a search for the website. I used * as a wildcard because you are ...

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Are Subdomains provided by free website hosting services SEO Friendly?
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Like everything regarding SEO and domain structure, the answer is 'it depends' By operating a website with a subdomain you do not own, you are always at the mercy of the owner of the domains - this ...

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Spacing between an AdSense advertisement and website content
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Google does not have a strict standard of spacing of Adsense advertisement in a pixel by pixel sense. The purpose of the 'adequate spacing' terminology is so that users do not confuse navigation ...

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How to create a GA segment for all users who did not complete an event on the website?
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When creating your segment, go to the Conditions section on the left-hand side. For Filter, select Users instead of Sessions and choose Exclude. Now, select either Event Action, Event Label or Event ...

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What are doorway pages and how can they hurt SEO?
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I'll answer each paragraph in order to try to be a "Rosetta Stone" for for Google are broadly labelling as Doorway Pages. For example, searchers might get a list of results that all go to the same ...

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Getting specific stats by page URL
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This is very simple, find this at Behaviour > Site Content > All Pages This gives the full overview for: pageviews unique pageviews time on page entrances bounce rate Exit % Page Value (when used ...

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Should I use a canonical tag when only 50% of the content is duplicated?
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For extracted content from a source, use this HTML: <blockquote cite="http://venue-website/venue-description-page" title="Published title, author, date"> Your extracted content </blockquote&...

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Is it a good practice to make login, reset password & register page indexable?
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Whether or not your Login, Reset and Registration Pages are up to you. If it has no commercial value, then you can nofollow those internal links and apply a noindex on them for good measure. You are ...

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Can I block crawling specified images
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Based on the Robots specification document, the best ways to handle it would either be via the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header technique, in which you may specify a noindex for any URL, include files: HTTP/...

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GA Event or Dimensions?
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But this will inflate my pageview count thus i will need to create/edit views and exclude this criteria. The best way to handle this use-case to to submit your event as a non-interactive event in ...

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Can misused Schema.org hurt SEO?
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Hurt SEO? No. Not be as helpful? Yes. Let's focus on (2). If you look at the spec for https://schema.org/CreativeWork you can see that it includes the important elements for Offer which can allow ...

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Stuctured data for weather
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For something like a Weather Forecast, you'll be best to use something like the spatial property in the schema.org/Dataset or schema.org/Place. The range of spatial applicability of a dataset, e.g. ...

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Price in page title?
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It shouldn't effect serp placement vs a descriptive word such as "price", "cost", "cheap" etc. as keywords. Those types of keywords serve a specific search intent, namely transactional search intent. ...

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How to see the full conversion funnel of a customer
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You can do this with data segmentation in Google Analytics. Go to +Add New Segement and select paid customers, then browse under the behaviour path for the funnels. You can customise segments as well ...

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Is it possible to refer our old domain name in Google search results if someone search my new domain name?
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Here is a step by step guide on what to do when migrating your website: 301 redirect your website: Make sure all of your old domain urls redirect to their representative url on your new website.[1] ...

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Can I start a Microdata after <head> and end the same just before </body>?
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For the WebSite itemscope, a perfectly viable alternative would be to use JSON-LD format as opposed to Microdata, namely because the scope of a Website would include the <head> element as well. ...

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Structured data for website that shows tours from many operators
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Here's how you would do this: Have a wrapper for https://schema.org/ProfessionalService for the Tour Guide Company. Because ProfessionalService is a child of LocalBusiness, you can inherit all of ...

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Many user-created sites/pages and subdomains. SEO questions for primary domain
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To be perfectly honest, I believe using a canonical url for example.com/user/page/articlefrom user.example.com/page/article would be a poor use of your business case. You are essentially stating that,...

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schema.org Residence lacks some specialisations
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The benefit of using specific is supposed to be the additional field attributed to them. For a Condo, it might be 'safer' to use Residence or Place vs ApartmentComplex unless you specifically need an ...

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Visibilty on Google with hidden menu
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This type of menu is perfectly fine - Google do not punish menu links that is a user experience decision (they wouldn't be doing their job properly if they were). Hidden links are specifically for ...

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Does it affect privacy policies or legal liability when we can identify users through analytics?
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Here's where it gets tricky: You can't identify individual users in Google Analytics for Personal Identifable Information. (PII). However, if you already explicitly storing user data you can 'do the ...

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Proper Campaign Tracking With Google Analytics
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Go to Other > Acquisition > Source

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How do I redirect a site for Google but not for users?
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I think you are asking the wrong question and a redirect isn't the correct solution in your case. It might be better to use Dynamic Rendering for your use case in which something like a dashboard ...

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How to remove indexed pages from google effectively
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You may remove URLs from Google temporarily by using the Remove URLs feature the the Webmaster tools. As of this date (Aug. 2019), this feature is still in the old Webmaster tools and can be found on ...

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What is the right way to map different domains in Google Search Console?
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In the classic view of Webmaster Tools, this can be achieved by Grouping Properties into 'Sets'. This is directly available on https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/set-edit. Up to 200 properties ...

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AdWords conversion tracking deduplication by order ID
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I'm not the type to link to a blog post and tell you that this solves your problem, but the best resource for this in my bookmarks is this blogpost on LunaMetrics: Duplicate Transactions in Google ...

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