Simple SEO tests

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #140 on: 03-11-2015, 03:05:13 »
Your all 100 Questions are awesome. I know answers most of the questions but never know the answer of first question. Please specify first question's answer.


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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #141 on: 03-24-2015, 08:12:35 »
Nofollow, as explained in the infographic, is a tag or attribute that signals that the page linking out is claiming no endorsement of the page it links to, nor that the link is being done because of any commercial relationship between the pages, according to the official HTML 5 specs from the World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C.

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #142 on: 04-02-2015, 02:29:14 »
Question number 11. (Dmoz is used to Know: Page Authority, Followed Internal Links, External Followed Links, Total Internal Links, Total External Links, Total Links, Followed Linking Root Domains, Total Linking Root Domains etc.)

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #143 on: 04-20-2015, 01:42:52 »
Hi Vinil the question you posted in this forum seems to be helping who wants to start their career as Seo Executive and if they want to get success in their as Seo Expert can read these questions because some times when we go for a interview in top seo companies the questions above are always asked and in lack of information sometimes we are not able to give answer.
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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #144 on: 06-11-2015, 02:11:54 »
All Experts said in this thread this is test are simple test.

Can you post answers of all those questionnaire so that will more helpful for all and most of beginners like me.


Please,

Kindly waiting for all experts contribution.
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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #145 on: 06-17-2015, 06:50:05 »
Few of the questions are very good and a few of the questions are very tough to answer and it looks like aptitude paper. It's good for the beginners who really want to know the basic of SEO

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #146 on: 06-25-2015, 06:01:22 »
Ya can enplane this issue:

Which Search Engines Support NOODP?
The "NOODP" robots meta tag is fully supported by Google, Yahoo!, and MSN.
If the search engine (in this case, Yahoo!) displays information about your site taken from the Yahoo! Directory instead of your description meta tag, you can force it to ignore the directory information by including a robots meta tag like this: <meta name="robots" content="noydir" />.
It should also be perfectly reasonable to specify instructions for each individual crawling robot, such as indicated below.
If you only have the problem with Google, you can use this: <meta name="googlebot" content="noodp" />.
If you only have the problem with Yahoo!, you can use this: <meta name="slurp" content="noydir" />.
If you only have the problem with MSN, you can use this: <meta name="msnbot" content="noodp" />.
One of the most succinct methods is to use a single robots meta tag with multiple attributes separated by commas like this: <meta name="robots" content="noodp,noydir" />.
Which Search Engines Support NOYDIR?
Currently, only Yahoo!’s spider, Slurp, uses the Yahoo! Directory.
If the search engine (in this case, Yahoo!) displays information about your site taken from the Yahoo! Directory instead of your description meta tag, you can force it to ignore the directory information by including a robots meta tag like this: <meta name="robots" content="noydir" />.
Be aware that, once you add any of the above meta tags to your pages, it may take some time for changes to your snippets to appear.
It is hoped that these examples illustrate several of the methods at your disposal that will help you to tailor the way search engines index a given web page.
For further reading:
Google and NOODP;
Yahoo! and NOYDIR;
MSN and NOODP.

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #147 on: 07-13-2015, 03:56:10 »
Its looking like an aptitude test for SEO. All question are very good and informative. but its not possible for now to answer all these question. Thanks for sharing this aptitude question sheet .

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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #148 on: 07-16-2015, 22:44:37 »
nice questions buddy.. every beginners wants to know about these questions. its very helpful for them and for me also... i find out the answers then i reply as soon as possible.


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Re: Simple SEO tests
« Reply #149 on: 09-18-2015, 01:28:31 »
These are too many questions to reply but the advantage is that anyone can judge himself with these questions and can ask some questions if he wants to know. Nice post it will increase knowledge.
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