Local Search Results Making It Difficult for Global Sites to Rank Top

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Local Search Results Making It Difficult for Global Sites to Rank Top For last few months Google is giving more privileges to local site instead of global brands. For many keywords now local sites are performing better than global sites. Some of these local sites are good for a user because he will find a local business to for any service. But if users want to get global brands then they may face some problems in getting them through search because of the local results. For some keywords many low quality sites are performing better than high quality global sites in specific regions. In US itself Google's search results differ too much in different states. Not all local sites are standard & provide quality information. Always quality & highly informative sites should…
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How to Solve Canonical Issues by Creating .htaccess File

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How to Solve Canonical Issues by Creating .htaccess File Canonical issue is the most common problem websites are facing. Due to the canonical issue many informative sites are not performing well in search engine results page. Ranking top in search engine always depends on the quality of information a website is providing, how the site is optimized & the backlinks. Still any site is not performing well in search engine then there must be some issues like canonical, blacklisted IP etc. What is canonical issue?? Suppose you have a site as "http://www.yoursite.com/" But your site is also opening in browser like "http://yoursite.com/" or "http://www.yoursite.com/index.html" or "http://www.yoursite.com/index.php" or "http://www.yoursite.com/home.php" etc. In these cases all the pages are same at user end, means the user will see the same page and same information at every…
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