What Do You Mean By Mirroring Your Content From The Money Site To The Gsite?

By April

 

In episode 325 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked what the team means by mirroring the content of the mirror site to the Gsite.

The exact question was:

When you talk about “”mirroring”” your moneysite content on your GSite – do you copy/paste the content or are you iFraming the content? Would either way work the same?

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How Do You Bulk Update The EXIF Data Of Photos?

By April

In episode 325 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to bulk update the EXIF data of photos.

The exact question was:

How do I batch change EXIF data for photos. What the best tool to that.

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Is There An Ideal Depth For iFrame Stack Loops? Copy

By April

 

In Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 327, one viewer asked if there's an ideal depth for iframe stack loops.

The exact question was:

Is there an ideal depth for iframe stack loops? Is there any more benefit achieved from going 1000 deep vs 10 deep on the iframes? This is something I haven't tested very thoroughly. Thanks, gang!

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Is There An Ideal Depth For iFrame Stack Loops? Copy

By April

 

In Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 327, one viewer asked if there's an ideal depth for iframe stack loops.

The exact question was:

Is there an ideal depth for iframe stack loops? Is there any more benefit achieved from going 1000 deep vs 10 deep on the iframes? This is something I haven't tested very thoroughly. Thanks, gang!

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Do You Use The Traffic You Get From YouTube Ads To Local Business?

By April

 

In the 325th episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if the team uses the traffic they get from YouTube ads to local business.

The exact question was:

When you recommend sending traffic via YT ads, do you use these for a local business also? Do you do a video ad or is a text ad ok? Thanks – love your work and info!

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Would It Be Considered Overkill To Create Individual Location Pages In Gsite?

By April

 

In episode 325 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if it's considered overkill to create individual location pages in Gsite.

The exact question was:

Also would it be overkill to make location pages on the gsite too or is the root page enough and then add internal links from there.

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Should You Create One Root Page In Gsite That Links To The Money Site’s Services Or Should You Create Individual Service Pages?

By April

 

In episode 325 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if you should create one root page in Gsite that links to the money site's services or should you create individual service pages.

The exact question was:

with our gsites is it better to create inner pages for our services or just have 1 page with all of the services on there with links to the corresponding pages on the money site.

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Thoughts On The AWS Email About Allowing Public Access To Amazon S3 Folders

By April

 

In Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts episode 324, one viewer asked about the team's thoughts on the AWS email that talks about allowing public access to Amazon S3 folders.

The exact question was:

Amazon AWS sent out an email warning about allowing “”public access”” to an S3 bucket. The wording was such that it sounds like they are removing public access; “”and if you are in disagreement with this decision you can open a ticket with support””… yada yada. Have you guys seen any of this or am I being targeted like Parler?

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Do Semantic Mastery’s Methods Only Work On Google Search Engines?

By April

 

In Hump Day Hangouts episode 324, one participant asked if Semantic Mastery's methods only work on Google search engines.

The exact question was:

2) Is your methods work only on google search engines (gooogle & YT)? should it work on other search engines like even Facebook search or Pinterest search etc?

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How Would You Silo Structure A Website With Multiple Topics?

By April

In episode 324 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked how to silo structure a website with multiple topics.

The exact question was:

hi guys: 1) A better example for last weekend's question: “”How Google treat pages that are not related topically to the site?””. Say you a site about marketing. The silo is about Software. Lets say all the marketing software goes here. But what if we add non marketing software pages to that silo like employment software or betting software etc? should a new silo be opened to non related marketing software?

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