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#1 Deak

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 12:56 AM

Hi, I have a ecommerce site where I build the page with a page building plugin. Not quite building it like a blog page/post where I can add text content.
My question is when google crawls a site does it take into account everything (all content) thats posted onto the homepage and credit that homepage for what it finds?

 

For ex. Widgets and footer content thats shown on the 1st page. Does google accredit the 1st page with whats found in the widgets and footers?



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 05:43 AM

First off: Search engines crawl URLs which are not necessarily the same as 'pages'.

 

 

But if it is in the source (View -> View Source or Ctrl+U in most browsers) that is served to the user agent, ... It is 'credited' to that URL AND any other URL that it is served from.






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