For webpages which may duplicate some or all of their content with other pages (for legitimate reasons), the canonical URL is the URL of the page which search engines should link to.

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Order of content on a Page=all page

We have a holiday property rental site that has numerous pages, each showing 10 properties. We have a Page=all page that shows all the properties and that is a canonical link from each of the ...
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What's the difference between nofollow and canonical?

I'm confused about the difference between rel="nofollow" and rel="canonical". I currently use nofollow for any links that I do not want followed (for example rubbish content but small importance) and ...
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How do I properly deal with duplicate content when showing the latest content from my blog on a main page?

If my website has multiple blogposts: /blog/first-post.html /blog/second-post.html /blog/third-post.html ... and I want only the latest post to be fully shown on /blog/ What is the best way to ...
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Unifying links for google searches

What method do you recommend me using, to tell Google that links like: www.site.com/en/aslgm www.site.com/ro/aslgm www.site.com/es/aslgm www.site.com/... /... It's the same as www.site.com/aslgm ? ...
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Get parameters and SEO Penalties [duplicate]

I am working on a project where I am building a search which I want to get a fresh copy on each load. Looked it up and found that the only working way to accomplice this is to set a get parameter each ...
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Canonical URLs for local versions of a webpage?

I'm currently looking to grow traffic on a consumer-facing reviews site (Like Yelp, but for the security industry). One strategy we are pursuing is to provide localized content based on the zip code ...