New answers tagged duplicate-content
What you have is basically a fancy nav-bar. Most web sites have duplicate navigation links which can be ignored. What really matters is the amount of unique content on the page. If your POST LOADS HERE content is at least as large as the .post link boxes, then you should be fine. Just put a lot of unique text into your main content area for each page.
However the similar website check shows 0% similar content when [the Zomato pages are] compared. Can someone advise why is this difference? A man shouldn't blame his tools, but I think the problem in this case is with the "tool". It looks like the "similar page checker" is simply failing (quietly) on the Zomato links. If you notice on the results page ...
I looked at all 4 links; yours are very similar because of your sites template. Their site however is not similar because their is more content than template. Consider scaling down your template or add more relevant content.
My understanding is that yes, if you disavow the whole domain, all subdomains might as well be disavowed as well. If you want to make sure that you keep some links from some of the subdomains, you should probably go through the effort and disavow only the ones with duplicate content. If I got you correctly, they got duplicate content because they copy ...
Duplicate content is almost never a problem within a single domain name. If all your "websites" are on the recipes.com domain name, then Google will not penalize you for duplicate content. At worst, Google will recognize that two pages are duplicate and choose only one of them to show in the search results. See: What is duplicate content and how can I ...
Solution: add the canonical URL to the product page and point it to the "root" magento/product. Not sure if necessary, but probably yes for the sitemap: remove all the asssociated product from the parent category and add them to the sub ones.
Google allows you to specify the canonical as an HTTP header. They give an example for canonicalizing one PDF file to another: Link: <http://www.example.com/downloads/white-paper.pdf>; rel="canonical" This page shows how to use .htaccess to put these headers in. It would be: RewriteRule ([^/]+)\.(pdf|doc|txt)$ - [E=FILENAME:$1] <FilesMatch ...
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