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Q. 1:

I need advice on the below 301 redirect scenario. Issue - The site was developed to fetch the URLs from two information (Title & Location) that the user provides us during registration, which makes the URL too long and with symbols. So right now we have more than 2000 pages for 301 redirects like the one below.Example of Current URLhttps://www.domain.com/rent-desk/The-Executive-Zone---Coworking-space-in--India-866--Mount-Road--Anna-Salai--Chennai--Tamil-Nadu-600002--India.101k.htmI was advised to change the URL to https://www.domain.com/rent-desk/india/chennai/the executive zone coworking-spaceIs changing more than 2000 URL affect SEO or is there any issue changing the URL Please advice me on this Thank YouRegards,Satish Jaysatish23.chandren@gmail.com

301 Redirects are not bad for SEO. A bad implementation might cause loss of PageRank to loss of traffic.

 

Bad implementation means more than one redirection, it is also called a redirection chain issue.

 

A redirect chain happens when there's more than one redirect between the original URL and the final URL. For example, from Page 1 -> Page 2 -> Page 3. However, Google advises against redirect chains as they can negatively affect UX and slow down your site. 

 

Redirect chain is also bad for your webste SEO. It's estimated that 301 redirects only pass about 85% of link equity.

 

Visit for more: https://yoast.com/6-questions-about-redirects-for-seo/

Q. 2:

Q1) Do I need to create page with content of thousand words to be in first page of google? Check the following links of my competitors' website: Keyword : Saudia Airlines Results: 1) Saudia Airlines Official website 2) https://www.flyin.com/airlines/Saudi-Arabian-Airlines.en.html3) https://sa.wego.com/en/airlines/saudi-airlines-saudia-sv4) https://www.almosafer.com/en/travel/airlines/saudi-arabian-airlinesIf you check the above websites (Results 2- 4) except the Airlines official website, you will notice that they are creating an Airline profile page with more than thousand words. Q2) Is it enough to create a specific page for this particular Airline with using the keyword in Meta tags, meta description, & slag. with some information about Saudia Airlines in Blocks and 5 Questions in FAQ form? Check the following page design as an example; http://traveltalez.com/en/flightsPlease Advise.

Thanks for asking this question to our SEO expert, we have analyzed your query and came to below possible solutions.
 
Answer of Q1) No there is no specific words limit but as per our suggestion, it should be more than 500 words.
 
Answer of Q2) Yes, that will be good practice to target business keywords in meta title, description, slug, Image ALT and Content

Q. 3:

Hi Do we have to setup different marketing strategy for AMP SEO ?

Thanks for asking this question to our SEO expert, we have analyzed your query and came to below possible solutions.
 
No, you don't need to set up a different marketing strategy. AMP helps you to improve mobile page performance. I will suggest checking Google webmaster on weekly bases to solve indexing issue, it happens sometimes while integrating code, second thing AMP display a different version than the original one.
 
Note: It will be good practice to use AMP for blog post/news.

Q. 4:

while i doing seo for client in uae ,but the users largely coming from Czechia,how it so

Thanks for asking this question to our SEO expert, we have analyzed your query and came to below possible solutions.

 

Point 1: Open your Google webmaster tool and check international targeting country. Is it a UAE or a European country?

 

Point 2: Measure your direct traffic in Google analytics? Check it's bounce rate and avg. session time. It might be spam traffic or genuine?

 

Point 3: If it is referral traffic, then check your previously created backlinks / Content Marketing Campaign. There might be chances of previously created backlinks from Czechia? If Google analytics traffic is not genuine then take the required action (remove or disavow) for the same.

 

Follow the above steps carefully and take the necessary steps.

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