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mdkhairulanam4545
Sep 14, 2022
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When faced with two pages whose contents appear too similar, Google picks the page that it believes to be the best for the query. And it leaves the other page out of the results. But this may or may not be the page you want to show up in the search results &mdash so you want to avoid filtering. How to Get Rid of Duplicate Meta Data with a WordPress PluginUntil now, it has not been easy for WordPress users to identify duplicate content issues right in WordPress. But with our WordPress SEO plugin, it’s simple to get this data. 1. Install the Bruce Clay SEO WP Plugin If you’re not already a user of our Cork Bicycle shop WordPress SEO plugin, here’s how you can get started:Get a free trial here. We offer an affordable monthly plan at $24.95 thereafter with access to all WordPress SEO functionality plus our SEOToolSet® if you want more analytics and reports. Installation is quick and easy, and you have two options. One way is to download the Bruce Clay SEO plugin from the WordPress repository here. Another way is to install the plugin from within your WordPress site by going to WP admin > Plugins > Add New and searching for “Bruce Clay.”2. Set Up and Sync the Plugin This step will sync all published content on your website with the toolset. You’ll synchronize your content when you first set up the plugin, from the Settings tab. Synchronize content in plugin settings. 3. Review the Activity Tab for Duplicate Titles and DescriptionsSee which pages on your site pose duplicate content issues at the meta data level. Our WordPress SEO plugin runs a check when pages are published or synched.
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mdkhairulanam4545
Aug 18, 2022
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One teeny tiny file with big implications. This is one technical SEO element you don’t want to get wrong, folks. In this article, I will explain why every website needs a robots.txt and how to create one (without causing problems for SEO). I’ll answer common FAQs and include cork bicycle zone examples of how to execute it properly for your website. I’ll also give you a downloadable guide that covers all the details. Robots.txt is a text file that website publishers create and save at the root of their website. Its purpose is to tell automated web crawlers such as search engine bots which pages not to crawl on the website. This is also known as robots exclusion protocol. Robots.txt does not guarantee that excluded URLs won’t be indexed for search. That’s because search engine spiders can still find out those pages exist via other webpages that are linking to them. Or, the pages may still be indexed from the past (more on that later). Robots.txt also does not absolutely guarantee a bot won’t crawl an excluded page, since this is a voluntary system. It would be rare for the major search engine bots not to adhere to your directives. But others that are bad web robots, like spambots, malware and spyware, often do not follow orders.
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