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    by pattytech ·


    I have a website whose main purpose is a calendar of Classic
    Car Events in and around S.E.Wisconsin. My original web host complained about the calendar part because they claimed it ate up a lot of resources. I was able to find a nice calendar that is hosted for free by the calendar provider. Since I wanted the website to keep its original look, I put the calendar part inside an inline frame. All of the design part of the website is still at my original host, but the calendar resides on a different host. (I hope I’m getting this clear enough). Our website used to have great placement on a Google search but is now invisible. Do you have any suggestions how to fix this?

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      I don’t see a SEO forum here.

      by rproffitt ·

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      But as you suspect, I agree that moving the calendar would in my view create this problem. I’m not a big SEO person. Find SEO forums to confirm.

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      by kees_b ·

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      It seems to me that putting your stuff in an inline frame is a very good SEDO (Search Engine De-Optimization). Don’t do that then.

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      by deborasumopayroll ·

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      SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the practice of optimizing a website or webpage to increase the quantity and quality of its traffic from a search engine’s organic results.
      The benefits are obvious: free, passive traffic to your website, month after month.

      Search engines are like libraries for the digital age.

      Instead of storing copies of books, they store copies of web pages.

      When you type a query into a search engine, it looks through all the pages in its index and tries to return the most relevant results.

      To do this, it uses a computer program called an algorithm.

      Nobody knows exactly how these algorithms work, but we do have clues, at least from Google.

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      by vikasjkn ·

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      Changing hosts like you have mentioned might affect SEO, if you are using different domain name for calender now.

      as in SEO Domains have authority changing domain name might affect google rankings.

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