New answers tagged duplicate-content
www.example.com/products?category=A&category=B www.example.com/products?category=B&category=A These two URLs are technically different. So if they are both available for indexing and return exactly the same content then yes, it's duplicate content. If those two URLs return the same content then Google is only going to return one of them in ...
For all the URLs where the page and rows define the URL such as this one: www.example.com/products?sort=popular%20asc&page=3&rows=10 The easy way out is to add: <link rel="canonical" href="url"> but replace "url" with the URL to the first page and the default row count. In your case, this can be: <link rel="canonical" ...
Generally yes. Google, for example, looks for the content that was published first but also relies on other flags to determine if a website is acting in a way that would imply that they are duplicating your content, often for traffic. If you posted a tutorial in two forums, both pages would be indexed if the forum sites are on par with the subject of your ...
Don't rely solely on a one-line slogan to make your page rank high. What you want to achieve is unique content on every page, and make sure each page is rich with text-based content so that people who can't see images or that use screen readers can understand the page. While the slogan on every page counts as duplicate content, the impact wont be as high ...
Duplicate content is duplicate content. Google uses the HTML DOM model of more than one page to determine what HTML elements are repeated in an effort to separate the page header, footer, and any sidebars from content. This is a very easy thing to do. Having said that, anything within the header will not be counted as content.
Here is official blog post from Google. So do not pulibsh your same PDF files on other website, if they also index same PDF on google SERP. It's good to share your heading and short description of your article on Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon etc to get some traffic. Don't share your whole article anywhere.
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