Site listing Problem

Hello,

My site is pixelbox.in

When I did a Google search then I got this result at
Google

If you see the results you will notice that there are multiple URLs of my site like
pixelbox.in/contact/
pixelbox.in/
pixelbox.in/exteriorrendering/
pixelbox.in/post-production/

I don’t need them all. I just need pixelbox.in to be reflected.

Submitted sitemap can be viewed at pixelbox.in/sitemap.xml
Is there something wrong in this ? Please check and advise.

Myth of Sub-Pages

Hi guys, hope you’re well.

Pardon me if this has been asked earlier, just link me to that thread in case.

Okay I was referring to to "products" of a website. Technically products should be in a "products" directory and URL be like this:

abc.com/products/product-one
abc.com/products/product-two
abc.com/products/product-three

Am I right here?

Okay how much this creates a difference with products pages like this:

abc.com/product-one
abc.com/product-two
abc.com/product-three

Thank you!

Myth of Sub-Pages

Hi guys, hope you’re well.

Pardon me if this has been asked earlier, just link me to that thread in case.

Okay I was referring to to "products" of a website. Technically products should be in a "products" directory and URL be like this:

abc.com/products/product-one
abc.com/products/product-two
abc.com/products/product-three

Am I right here?

Okay how much this creates a difference with products pages like this:

abc.com/product-one
abc.com/product-two
abc.com/product-three

Thank you!

Multiple h1 tags, but only one visible at a time

Hi,

After discovering one of our client’s sites has suddenly dropped in terms of speed scores, I realised I could rearrange the source code to reduce the amount of HTML code that was being rendered via php (it’s a WordPress site).

The problem is that this requires me to use the h1 tag twice, and only have one visible on certain screen sizes. My question is; will Google think I’m trying to manipulate the content of the page, or is it clever enough to realise that only the visible h1 tag is viable?

Appreciate any input on this.

Thanks

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Not Found in Fetch as Google

Hi everyone,

I found "Not Found" in Fetch as Google while i am submitting the site. What is the solutions for this? I think that my site is copied from my another one site such as content, designs and images also. But last 3 months my site in good ranking with 1st page and 2nd page. From 9th SEP my site was affected.

If i ll do the redesign and use fresh content in my site, will google index my site and can i get good ranking?

Website 403 forbidden issue. Is it affect google keyword ranking factor?

My website have 403 forbidden issue. Many website have not fetch public data from website.
Even i can not check links in Google.com
Example:
link:https://example.com/ its not display any link results

is it bad as per SEO point of view? it affect Google organic search engine ranking criteria?

How to really understand the success of your PPC/SEO/Whatever

Google Analytics new User Explorer (introed earlier this year but now old enough to show useful information) is exposing just how misleading Analytics can be.

This is one of many examples I’ve discovered today.
– a user discovered a clients site via Google Shopping.
– a week later the user returned via a brand name search and purchased that product
– Google Analytics says the the source/medium of that sale is ‘google/organic’ but in reality it was PPC
– 2 months later that client returned directly to the site and purchased another product
– Google Analytics says the source/medium of that sale is ‘direct’ but in reality it was PPC from two months ago (and great service) which won that second sale.

To understand how each of your marketing channels is really working you need to know how that client discovered the site because these have long term implications.

From what I have read you can’t extract this data from User Explorer – does anyone know something different….?