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This is a difficult question because even with hreflang markup, Google doesn't always excuse duplicate content. So the trick is to make the content sufficiently different. For online stores, this is actually easy. Include pricing info in the relevant currency (GBP/USD) and use schema.org markup for product, pricing, availability, shipping attributes. The ...


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You can set the canonical link on your article to be your website, so that any SEO benefits will be redirected there. The only caveat it seems, is that you need to use Medium's import tools. Here is a page from Medium talking about it. https://help.medium.com/hc/en-us/articles/217991468-Duplicate-Content-and-SEO


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I've launched a new website which is essentially a search engine for a large amount of data. It sounds like you're trying to re-invent google. This is a bad idea. No one wants to go on a search engine to search for a website which functions as another search engine. The website has a homepage with some content and a search box. Search results ...


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You could always add some additional content to the 70K pages. I would use some dynamic variables if you can and some informational content about the tables. Then, here's the good part, you spin the content like a crazy man lol so it's not logged as duplicate content and you don't need to write 70k pages. Man I should really charge for this info lol.


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IIRC, Google's panda update penalized this sort of behavior and Google recommends that publishers preferably not do this but if they need to, indicate the behavior in their Google Webmaster console by registering canonical urls/domains For more information, please check the following links: ...



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