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What is duplicate content and how can I avoid being penalized for it on my site?

I have 2 domains:

www.company.com

and

www.product.com

I like both domains, they both point to the same site. I have all my canonical links set up properly, but do I have to pick one of the domains to be the master?

Some of my visitors really like going to

product.com/page.html

And others like

company.com/page.html

But should they ALL 301 and redirect to

company.com/page.html?
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marked as duplicate by danlefree Oct 14 '12 at 22:07

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Yes, they should all point to one domain. Not only is this good for SEO, but you can't forget about your human visitors. Having one domain is far less confusing then two.

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