Build 2 of Trillian for Linux is now available. By popular request, we’ve been spending time improving some of the dependencies Trillian requires and have also made clean Debian and Fedora builds. While we still support Ubuntu extensions, they are now optional instead of required, which should make using Trillian on your favorite Linux distribution much easier! A handful of bugs have been tackled in this build as well, and we’ve tried to improve Trillian’s resilience in the face of many different theme and color configurations.
anyone knows anything about it please share…
The page is rank #2 on SERP so I’m trying to fix the problem with the least amount of collateral damage. I don’t want to go to Webmaster Tools and request they purge the page. What are some alternatives so that the right page gets into SERP and I can still main my high ranking. Thanks for any advice.
ad’s like these. They aren’t from paid advertisers, it seems to be a combination of G+ and Maps or places.
There seems to be a little trick to getting the two different data bases to work together (places and G+)
So far you need to be a verified listing on maps and have a listing in both G+ and maps.
G+ needs needs to have a matching tag or category to get found.
I’ve searched the internet for a couple of days and haven’t found anything on this, it could also be a side affect from the large ad’s google is experimenting with that are in the natural listings. Like these
I’ll elaborate more as I get more info.
My site lazy loads products on each category page. Google only caches the first 100 products, but in some cases there are thousands of products. I am almost certain this is hurting our ability to get products indexed and that it prevents authority from being passed from the category page to the product (vs a paginated system with canonical tags).
Before I spend a huge amount of effort switching to a paginated system, can anybody weigh in? There is almost no information out there about lazy loads and SEO, and if there is information it’s not really directed at eCommerce. The lazy load creates a great user experience, which is what Google supposedly values, but if they can’t crawl a large fraction of my product pages from the category pages then I think I must be hurting my SEO.
More Background on the Question: I have a large site with about 250K products….only about 150K of them are indexed. When I bought the site they were in severe violation of Panda, and I have dramatically improved the content on the site over the last 6 months, but I have only seen a 33% increase in traffic when I was expecting it to triple or better. The fact that it’s not growing very fast leads me to believe I have crawling issues. All of my competitors (who are huge, some in the top 100 eCommerce sites) have paginated systems.
Here are some things you need to know about that:
- Google may charge for that sometimes in the future
- Google 302 redirects the old URL to the new one (so this won’t help your newer G+ profile rank)
- Google Authorship might not work with vanity URLs
So what’s the benefit of switching? I don’t know yet!