Google Search Result Display

Good Day,

I trust all is well.

I just wanted to get some feedback of how to set up your organic search results similar to:

Does Google decide this on their own or is there a way you can influence the search results in this manner?

1) My website is food-blog: We’ve got a proper meta-description set up but this isn’t showing. I’m not too bothered as we’re in #1.

2) But I am intrigued of how Vibescout has gotten those sub-links (?) included in their search results? That might be a really good strategy to draw the eye when in position #2 and #3 for some of our rankings.

Thank you so much.


How to avoid putting all your eggs in the same basket?

I had my whole network of sites nuked in 2010…

Lost everything due to exact match anchor text, negative SEO etc…

Now thinking of starting from scratch.

Now google punishes sites on same server, so I want to spread out my sites in case one of em gets dinged.

And please, please, please…no "write good content and nothing to worry about" comments, you can have a perfectly
fine and honest website and get banned….

So how should I do this? I thought about private registration and hosting on various hosts, some on siteground, some on
aws etc…

How can I prevent Google from putting all my sites in the same basket?

Redirect Old Domain

Hello All,

Going to try this again. Please everyone be nice.

Ok, so there is an old domain a .com, that at one time years ago got a manual action that has been removed. It still has some really bad links, some decent and has a great age and domain rating.

The other person create a new site with similar content, that is flourishing. The .net version. 2 times the organic traffic, doing very well.

Here is the question, what does everyone think about doing the best disavow job possible on the .com version to remove the bad links, when that has been accepted, redirect the whole domain to the .net at the domain level?

Thus, pulling off as many bad inbound links to the old .com site and keeping the good ones. Then redirecting.

Neither site has a manual action of any sort.

Thoughts? Thanks

Getting Google to add menu sublinks to google search display.

Hello all. I’ve been doing my best to learn proper SEO and implement it on a page I developed
for a friend of mine. When I google, the google result for this page shows
the proper title and meta description, as well as a nice sublink menu underneath. I’ve added
relevant page titles and meta descriptions for each page, to no avail. Google still doesn’t even
have the updated title and meta description for my landing page, let alone my sub link pages.
I’ve setup google search console, and indexed my sitemap file, as well as many other SEO
optimizing techniques. I’m not sure what I’m missing.
The page is

How to redirect Category pages to Custom landing pages?

Hi guys,

Hoping you can help me figure out best way to do this.

As you likely know, default category pages in WordPress aren’t great and don’t allow much customizing in an easy way.
Instead, I’m looking to create a custom Page with a better layout targeting the Same Keyword – in this case, ‘car reviews.’

My goal is create a new, better page for ‘car reviews’ which will include a block allowing me to show all posts
from the current ‘car reviews’ category page.

Basically, I don’t want 2 pages targeting the same keyword (car reviews) – I can noindex the car reviews category,
and basically don’t want to pass any link juice to it. Or is that even the right way?

Really hope this question made sense!!

Appreciate your help.

Someone created a bot to insert 100,000+ links to my webpage from Wikipedia


Someone (not me, obviously) created 100,000+ different links to the root page of my website, by using a bot, from 100,000+ different pages of the edition of the Wikipedia of a country (in the minority language of that country, my website is in English).

Could this action damage my SEO? If so, any idea to remove all the links?

My website has 1,000,000+ webpages, I submitted them to Google through Sitemaps, but only 200,000 are indexed. Additionally, I’m suffering the Google sandbox effect, with pages which actually offer high-quality information for several searches, but with very low ranking within the SERPs. Could both events be related?

Thank you very much.