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my website looks weird in the SERPS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    my site looks weird in the serps. it is a one page site.

    when I google a phrase in my site in quotation marks, it comes up, but instead of example.com, the search result says example.com/?hsufheuwaehbweaufbeiugbnvsnwaf8u8i4jnfw6546hrdhu76ruhgsry5e5u8w3fen
    when I click on it, it takes me to the homepage, which is good, but in the address bar it says example.com/?hsufheuwaehbweaufbeiugbnvsnwaf8u8i4jnfw6546hrdhu76ruhgsry5e5u8w3fen not example.com

    the site title is also weird . imagine my site title was How to Buy Cheap Glasses
    in the serps the title is How to Buy Cheap Glasses - example.com

    what is going on here?
     
  2. divok

    divok Senior Member

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    disable sessions if your site software is using it .I am guessing you are using a forum software . Find a seo plugin for that software .
    Same for your second question .
     
  3. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    This is a simple one page website built using a css/html template
     
  4. Marsilirus

    Marsilirus Newbie

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    Probably encoding error, you probably have some other errors.
     
  5. html5

    html5 Newbie

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    It could be the session IDs.
    Block Session Ids with the Robots.txt File. Use pattern matching in combination with the Allow directive in your robots.txt file.


    For instance, if a "sid" indicates a session ID, you may want to exclude all URLs that contain them to ensure the search engines don't crawl duplicate pages.


    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /*sid