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|Re: My website is DollarScholar.com & NewsBall.com , why are the pictures from my Skylar Neese story not||webado||6/19/13 9:14 PM|
Why should YOUR pictures show? They will only show if the pages that they are on are indexed, if the images themselves are indexed and if they are the best match for the query when taking into account the rest of the indexed websites out there which qualify as well.
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|Re: My website is DollarScholar.com & NewsBall.com , why are the pictures from my Skylar Neese story not||webado||6/20/13 5:11 AM|
This was answered in your other thread.
As for newsball.com, the latest story is not totally unique and original:
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|Re: My website is DollarScholar.com & NewsBall.com , why are the pictures from my Skylar Neese story not||webado||6/21/13 5:40 PM|
You have to use proper alt text for each image, that describes briefly what the image is about.
For most images you are using just things like: alt="IMG_7679" which is useless if you want your images indexed.
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|Lysis||6/30/13 7:04 AM|
newsball.com is a nasty spammer loser
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|Lysis||7/7/13 5:41 AM|
I hope you like your hotlink, spammer.
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|webado||7/10/13 10:11 PM|
Why would you post the same article on 2 websites?
|DSD33||7/11/13 7:08 PM|
Because they are my websites????
I decided 2 weeks after posting it at dollarscholar.com that it was going to be a sports related site/blog only, so I launched newsball.com and posted the article there too and have since added extensively to the article, and I would delete it from dollarscholar.com, but the problem/concern is that since it is only being indexed on google at dollarscholar.com's version, if i delete it, then it won't be anywhere!!! I can't be sure that google is going to index the newsball version once I remove it from dollarscholar.com... Besides, they are not identical AT ALL. The one at dollarscholar.com is a basic original version, and the one at newsball has been updated with so many more images & content and alt text tags like you said to do - so why won't newsball.com show up in search engines like dollarscholar.com does when searching SKYLAR NEESE or Shelia Eddy Killer ?????
|Lysis||7/11/13 7:15 PM|
I think it's pretty obvious you care more than the general public. And the algorithm for that matter. Your investigating reports are probably bad.
|webado||7/11/13 7:28 PM|
You can just 301 redirect that article's url to wherever else you stashed it and be done. Just don't keep it in 2 places. It's silly.
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|DSD33||7/11/13 7:59 PM|
Webado I shall do your suggestion. How do I redirect this page exactly?
I would love to redirect that page just to NewsBall.com homepage
|webado||7/11/13 8:18 PM|
Use the .htaccess and put in this line:
Redirect 301 /the-2-killers-of-skylar-neese-unidentified-except-here-right-now/ http://newsball.com/the-murder-of-skylar-neese-her-16-yr-old-bff-killers-rachel-shoaf-shelia-eddy/
|DSD33||7/11/13 8:23 PM|
Where is .htaccess??? I thought maybe in the editor files, but no, I don't see an htaccess
|StevieD_Web||7/11/13 8:31 PM|
.htaccess is found on the server.
|DSD33||7/11/13 8:41 PM|
thanks, but ummm I don't really know what that means. Clearly you can tell I am not a pro at databases and coding. So where to find this server is beyond me.
|DSD33||7/12/13 3:20 AM|
Webado or stevie????
|webado||7/12/13 4:59 AM|
Access your site from your hosting control panel or use an FTP program.
That's the only way you would see the actual files you have there.
|StevieD_Web||7/12/13 8:58 AM|
If you don't know what you are doing with .htaccess, I always suggest you contact your host for assistance so that if something goes wrong in the process (changes you make) the host can intervene.