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  1. Arti says:

    However, two things should be kept in mind: The link loses a little “link juice”, even if it’s not much, and should the forwarding be permanent, then the status code is 301 (and not 302 or 307). In order to make reference even in the deepest directories, internal links should also be set in the content. The most important categories of a website are generally reached via the main navigation. Search engines can a fewtimes read JS, however, normally the links in the script are not taken into account for internal linking. Basically, the more crawl budget is available for a URL, the more internal links can be set. Basically, the more crawl

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