This story about content will haunt you forever

Google has refined its rules for this over time, and it's unlikely that you would face a harsh penalty for a violation here, but better safe than sorry. You must have a working knowledge of copyright restrictions so that you can properly evaluate whether (and how) it's appropriate to use …

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Ridiculous rules about indexed pages

This is by far the most common culprit, so if your pages aren't indexed, this is probably what's responsible. If you're trying to get links from colleges, create content targeted at them that you can use during outreach. Trust me, there's usually something you know that you could write an …

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Apply these secret techniques to help with html

For example, https://thispage.com is read as a separate page from https://www.thispage.com, and that's a problem because if you've established both URLs, Google will read your page as two duplicates. By investing a few hours of time, you can increase the number of people who visit …

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