- Total Indexed on Google WebMasterTools decrease dramatically [1 Update]
- SEO Expert's Official BLOG [1 Update]
- Will Google penalize if static html snapshot has <title> and <meta> tags and the dynamic content does not? [1 Update]
- Alexa Ranks [1 Update]
- Michele OOR <email@example.com> Sep 16 01:41AM -0700
knows someone explain to me why in the graph "Indexing status" of
GoogleWebmasterTool, the line of "Total Indexed" decreases so scary.
I had no messages or other indications of penality by Google
The pages of the site are always the same if not increased over time (in
fact the pages "scanned so far" present in the same graph continue to rise)
How can I involve to avoid further deceleration and I hope never happens,
arrivals to zero?
Help, thank you!
- Nishitha KM <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 16 04:16AM -0700
hi Mr Michael Wilson,
Its very useful blog i found,thanks a lot for sharing..
- Sagara Paranagama <email@example.com> Sep 16 05:14AM -0700
I am developing a Single Page Application and I want to optimize it for
search. Since it is Single Page, I only have one <title> tag and one <meta
description> tag in my index.html. However, the site contains many sections
such as Careers etc. which are loaded dynamically using ajax calls. I am
using #! urls so that the crawler would be presented with a static html
snapshot containing only the relevant html data for that particular
section. I thought of adding <title> and <meta description> tags to those
static snapshots as well so that the crawler knows what it's indexing.
Since the static html snapshot differs from the actual html data that a
user receives, will Google penalize my site's rankings?
- Vladimir Luchaninov <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 16 09:26AM -0700
That's strange. According to this Alexa Rank calculator<http://netberry.co.uk/alexa-rank-explained.htm>you should have about 1000 visits per day :)
But as http://netberry.co.uk/alexa-rank-explained.htm says - you cannot
really rely on Alexa Rank if your rank is lower than 100,000.
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