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- "Mayur Sethi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 14 01:57AM
Hi all Gurus!
I have an issue to discuss for a client of mine..
Client is abcdef.com and is into online tuition and coaching.. And provides franchising for x amount and then the franchise gets the study package and other details thru ERP along with a website option for a local franchise to just put some details like About Us and Contact us page and also suggest a domain name which abcdef will buy and then upload a template based themed design CMS site on that domain where apart from About us and Contact us content everything remains same as the main group website.. Which includes, Methodology, Courses, Learning Center, tips and Tricks, etc.. There are almost 900+sites like this and is growing @ 25-30/month..
So my questions are:
1: does this affects SEO because of duplicated content? Or there is an option to tell Google that its a part of group website and content is taken from here..
2: should we switch to /folder or .domain name structure instead of different domain name for all franchise?
3: How to do Social Media (fb) for franchise, what is the right approach, individual pages of all franchise or one company page only?
4: is there any other way or suggestion?
Appreciate your efforts..
- Jay Bale <email@example.com> May 16 10:55AM -0400
My old friend,
As you suspected, no matter how its sliced, your will be in
some long term reoccurring penalty.
Why not at the very least have ABCDEF Geo target each individual site?
Even with 900 sites it's not that big a issue to create some individuals
home page text. looks like you have some value here, so you may want to
invest further in your work.
I have seen your kind words in this forum for many years and have seen you
as a real qualified SEO based on what you ask etc..
Sometimes that little bit more is worth so much more. Not only will you
increase access at a local level but as things grow you can integrate a
service to allow each dealer in a area to expand their site and be able
to attach paid marketing platforms to the accounts individually.
You are creating a porthole that all the rising stars can come back to for
expansion. If you do not do it this way, the stars that will rise up and do
the big dollars, will move to independent platforms, that may
not benefit you in the best way, or the group as a whole. You owning the
domains will help incredibly, not to mention you will have control over
linking and policy.
If you work your 900 plus clients and encourage localized growth,
Suggested GEO targeted URL :
That will give some chance of The Purchased URL showing up locally even
with all that duplicate content included. You will get enough points to get
you some SERPS organically, simply because lack of local competition may
prevail and allow a very low scoring site access to some good keywords.
Social media will attach nicely to this type of structure too, and at a
local level may help.
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- Aaron Buison <email@example.com> May 15 01:11PM +0800
Optimization needed. :D
- Javier Cobos <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 15 04:24AM -0700
I'm delaing with a website which at this momment is redirecting to many
urls regarding on the client's user agent language.
At this moment its working with 302 redirections like this:
https://www.domain.com >> 302 >> https://www.domain.com/de/germankeyword
https://www.domain.com >> 302 >> https://www.domain.com/en/englishkeyword
I know that for SEO its better to redirect using 301 codes instead of 302,
becasue if not, no juice will be forwarded to the new url.
So I just changed it to 301, but my question is, how will google index the
website, which one will they index, and which one will get the juice?
Thanks a lot.
- PSK <email@example.com> May 15 08:10PM -0700
i am using this tools thanks for your support.
Thanks & Regards
On Tuesday, 6 March 2007 02:46:39 UTC+5:30, SEOExpert wrote:
- PSK <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 15 08:07PM -0700
- Gu <email@example.com> May 16 05:38AM -0700
I had this site under domain www.example.com.
I then moved the site to a new domain, lets call it www.newdomain.com
I followed the standard procedures, notified google via web master tools
and put a 301 redirect from the old domain to the new.
Everything worked fine, except that the sites pages now have funny titles
in the search results.
The topdomain is fine, it says someting like:
Newdomain.com | My slogan
But for all the other pages the title is:
PageName | newdomain.com - example.com
The old domain is added at the end!
If I look at the title on the actual page it just says PageName |
And the bisarre thing is that the old domain is nowhere on the site except
for in the name of my disqus shread, so I can't understand wgy google adds
in to the search result title.
All the page titles are constrcuted with a php script, maybe it's this
script that's giving me problems?
All help much appreciated!
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