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Querystring case differences and duplicate content [duplicate]

I'm wondering if the difference in case with the following two querystring parameters would cause any duplicate content issues for Google? /detail.aspx?aID=164 /detail.aspx?aid=164 Within the web ...
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Is it recommend to create sitemaps with query strings (i.e. URL parameters)?

I am considering creating a "My products" page on a site where a user will be able to search for product information. This page will also display the product information. I need google to know about ...
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Making Search Queries Indexable

Looking around, most sites (eg. Amazon) encode the parameters of searches into query string. This means that search engines cannot index these queries. Why don't such sites use URLs rather than query ...
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Google and querystring parameter capitalization?

I looked all over the web, but I could not find an answer to this. We all know that Google treats different capitalization of Urls as potentially duplicate content. My question is, what about ...
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how to deal with URLs containing lot of spammy keywords?

I'm writing a big index of documents and I'm dealing with URLs as example I will use the car industry: somesite.com/manifacturer-mazda_model-miata_engine-1600cc_gas_color-red_hard-top-spider_[[A LOT ...
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Serve pages based on search query AND avoid cloaking

I have a website offering translation services in several languages (www.your-translations.com), as well as many articles for translators and translation software. Most visitors come from search ...