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A1 Sitemap Generator / Re: Missing XML tags
« Last post by cwallace on Today at 11:48:34 AM »
I have done some extensive reading on this today as I found a great thread on emplmentation and structuring sitemaps for multiple sites and across all protocols.

I am going to do some testing and rebuild them then give a few days to propagate and basically let the dust settle then report back...:)

New version is running great BTW!! If anyone here hasn't upgraded I would recomend it.

Chris
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Article submission is you submitting articles to article directories like articlebase, ezine, etc. Web 2.0 submission is you submitting articles to web 2.0 sites like weebly, tumblr, etc. in Article , content should be 400 to 500 words.
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There is complete difference between Web 2.0 and article submission:

Article submission means when you submit articles to article directories like article base for better ranking and visibility in Search Engines. Content published in articles are 300–500 words.

Web 2.0 submission is when you submit articles to web 2.0 sites like weebly, tumbler, etc. In Web 2.0 content published should be 250–300 words.
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Yes, there is a limit to robots. txt file in terms of file size 500 KB. A maximum file size may be enforced per crawler.
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Cloaking is a search engine optimization (SEO) technique in which the content presented to the search engine spider is different from that presented to the user's browser. This is done by delivering content based on the IP addresses or the User-Agent HTTP header of the user requesting the page.
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Search Engine Optimization SEO / What do you mean by Cloaking?
« Last post by smartlinktechlab on Today at 05:47:31 AM »
What do you mean by Cloaking?
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Is there a limit to robots.txt file?
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Do more off-page activities and also do more social media sharing.
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It's possible that either your antivirus software or unwanted malware is preventing Chrome from opening. To fix, check if Chrome was blocked by antivirus or other software on your computer
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The difference between SEO and SEM is subtle. While SEO focuses on appearing higher in organic search results using strategies like on-page and off-page SEO, SEM uses paid advertising and other marketing strategies to increase a website's position and visibility in search results.
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