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[edited by: aakk9999 at 11:30 am (utc) on Oct 27, 2013]
[edit reason] Unlinked URL [/edit]
Someone suggest me to use canonical pointing, could this work?
My website main page have lots of external links, should I use a nofollow tag to all of them? Could be this the reason of the traffic lost?
I have hundreds of affiliate links (urls with my id), and I use them like that:
Could this harm my website traffic?
[edited by: JD_Toims at 10:33 pm (utc) on Oct 28, 2013]
We didn't detect any content issues with your site. As we crawl your site, we check it to detect any potential issues with content on your pages, including duplicate, missing, or problematic title tags or meta descriptions. These issues won't prevent your site from appearing in Google search results, but paying attention to them can provide Google with more information and even help drive traffic to your site. For example, title and meta description text can appear in search results, and useful, descriptive text is more likely to be clicked on by users.
Last updated Oct 28, 2013
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