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Duplicate pages (regardless of domain) frustrates users. Imagine if google's duplicate content penalty was never in place. If a user searched for a term and found it on one of your sites, then your second site will be listed underneath it. If the user did not like the first entry, surely, there will be some sadness because the next entry is the duplicate of ...


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If the page changes due to filters are significant enough, it is a new page. There is no reason to think otherwise. It is not necessary to use a canonical tag if the filters change the page enough not to get into trouble. You need to check this of course. I used to use this method for several pages on my site that could potentially create 250,000 or so ...


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Originally, I was mistaken and @Max steered me in the right direction. Thanks @Max!! Forever grateful! I apologize in advance for the error and confusion. You do want to link your desktop pages to your mobile pages with canonical links. However, you have to link each page to the corresponding page between the desktop and mobile versions. From mobile: ...


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You can't. This is textbook duplicate content. Either use canonical URLs, don't let the duplicate site be crawled and indexed, or don't duplicate the site. But definitely don't expect there to be anyway to have the same content twice without being penalized for duplicate content.


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They key here is not your specifications content but your "Describe about advantages and disadvantages" section. Make sure that its unique and is a little closer to 300+ words and you should be in a good shape. I would also put your descriptions above the specifications. You mention other popular sites do the same thing but what they also do is wrap each ...



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