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mbeelow
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Can anyone help me with an on-page task?

Hi, guys,

Is anyone taking part in SEO olympics? I got the first task today and chose the SEO geek level.

The task was to find an orphan page on a site and find a code word on it:

There's a pretty exciting "orphan" sportsman's story on http://seopowersuite.de... Find the orphan - get the surname!


I understand that the orphan page they are talking about is this one - Link removed by moderator Or is it not? When I enter the answer in the form it says incorrect.

What is an orphan page anyway?

Thanks in advance!
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cecille.l
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Orphan pages are pages that do not direct users to the next page nor provide users with an option to go back. They are dead–end pages.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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angelinwilliams87
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An orphan page is one without an internal link, i.e. to the home page or a logical higher level page. Oh good i wish the best for your task in seo olympics

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contactus1
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I am also new to on-page task
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fergussonim
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cecille l wrote:Orphan pages are pages that do not direct users to the next page nor provide users with an option to go back. They are dead–end pages.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!



yes this the best definition of orphan page.
these pages are also called dead end pages because they don't have any kind of link with other pages these are the stand alone pages mostly used for advertising purpose.

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