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  1. Dealing With Onsite Duplicate Content Issues

    You can also inform Google how you would like it to index your pages. It conducts a Google cache check, 404 check, and www versus non-www check by checking the headers returned by both versions of the URL, PR dispersion, and supplemental pages in...

  2. The Perennial SEO Audit – Creating an Effective Framework for Keeping Your Campaign Running at Peak Performance

    Use this to check on messages, issues such as crawl errors or URL errors, index status, traffic trends, and some keyword insights.minutes Majestic SEO link index database to review links acquired Check on page load time for a few key pages to see...

  3. SEO Strategies for JavaScript-Heavy Single Page Applications or AJAX Sites

    And even if the engines do attempt to index the content, they often seem to have little confidence they can accurately represent the state most relevant to the search query based on the URLs in their index.

  4. How to Detect and Deal With Toxic Content (That Could Poison Your Entire Site)

    But you realize it isn't necessarily a page you want in the index because it might be seen as low value by Google. So pages that are less than a few hundred words could be problematic. Duplicate content: Very similar or exact versions of the same...

  5. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    What measures are taken to ensure data consistency across all channels so engines will index listings? Is there a clearly defined hierarchy to the location pages? Are the location pages easily found and indexed by the search engines via crawlable...

  6. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    If Google knows about the page from a link or other method, it will index the URL along with the infamous "page cannot be displayed" description. To entirely prevent a page's contents from being listed in the Google web index even if other sites...

  7. How to Avoid Buying a Bad Domain – Tips From Google's Matt Cutts

    Again, do a thorough search on both Google and Bing, especially if you're looking for things like spam comments they might've left where those sites are now removed from the Google index. However, some parked domain pages do this automatically as...