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Seems like something is happening again. Many of my keywords have dropped like it did on the 25th. :( Hopefully, things will return to normal after a day or two like it did last time. A bunch of non-relevant articles in front again.
Edit: It looks as if my keywords have gone back to where they were on the 25th (after they dropped). Maybe Google is doing some a/b testing. But if this sticks, then I'm done. To the job center I go! :'/
Yeah, google, they got a boost in the form of a 62% YOY increase in paid clicks on google properties.
As usual, people are paying too much attention to short-term fluctuations in their traffic. Some of it might be due to google's testing, but there are often also other temporary circumstances and factors involved as well. My suggestion is to ignore temporary effects and look at the longer-term trend.
6 years daily work on a website, completly gone.
- Thin content with less chars are always being set to noindex (automaticly)
Only hospitals and pharma firms with less informations.
50.000 users, they are not generating traffic (and earnings)?
May be it's a mistake to noindex pages, based on the number of characters. There is nothing wrong in having "short" pages (from a words count point of view) as long as the content is pertinent.
joined:May 25, 2018
May be it's a mistake to noindex pages,
I'm looking at one of my long tail keywords which dropped to 3rd page from position #1 on Google,
The piece of content which got thrown to page 3 is 1500 words + and contains for 4.... I can't see what is wrong with the page.
When one removes a page from the index any signals passed to that page are removed
Which kind of signals do you mean?
We have checked all inbound links