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If two pages can become one The best solution here is to only have 1 page. So if you can merge the category page and product list page that would be best. Put a 301-redirect from page A to page B, page B being the page that ranks best for that keyword. Verify that using Google Search Console. Doing this will lead to consolidating the authority both pages ...


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The term duplicate content typically refers to multiple pages that have the same (or mostly the same) content, not to multiple pages that have a few chunks of the same content but different main content. (In the case of Google Search, they call it "substantive blocks of content" which have to be the same or similar.) In your case, it seems that you don’t ...


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If the canonical tag in the header isn't an option, you have a few alternatives to avoid the impact of duplicate content: Specify only the main content in a sitemap without all the varying parameters, include only the canonical URL but not the non-canonical versions *. Indicate how to handle parameters with the Parameter Handling tool to tell Google about ...


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Would adding the parameter in (google) Search Console fix those issues? Even if it did, it wouldn't help 100% because there are other search engines I'm sure your client would want his website indexed in other search engines such as Bing and Yandex, and you may have to use their tools as well to sort out parameters. Because pages only highlighting user ...


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I would canoncilise the original page without the parameters to itself, which explains to google this is the original and you can ignore the rest. <link rel="canonical" href="http://domain.org/site/UserLogin" /> We had to do this to a client website recently, took a few days to kick in but got rid of the duplicates.


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I guess the solution to your page is not rel=canonical because even when this might acomplish you goal, this may confuse Googlebot and result on lower ranking of the entire site based on the vague idea of "I don't understand this page" (plus, Google treats rel=canonical as a signal, not an order). In your case, I would add two things (both) to your HTML (...


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Treating recurrent events is indeed not so easy. To avoid duplicate content issues, the best option is to use the same page each year (same URL), especially if the content is very similar. For this, think about not to use the date in the URL. With this solution, you can take benefits of the old page SEO and you'll be sure to rank first the new event in the ...


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Whatever you are doing is against the Google guideline. But lets jump to the answer. The best way would be redirecting it to the main website. The only problem with this is, after redirecting your website, you will start losing SERP position for the mirror website. Google will keep only one website in the ranking. so it is better to understand which website ...


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The meta-description will not have significance, but title will show up in the titlebar of the user's browser: But in terms of a Google penalty, it shouldn't be an issue if they aren't indexed. I'd take the opportunity to use your tutorial titles to guide the user. If they're supposed to be accessed in a specific order why not number them in that order.


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Creating multiple identical websites and linking back from them to the main website is nothing but an aggressive attempt to web spam and influence the ranks of the main website. With Google rolling out Penguin and Panda updates, it's only a matter of time that all the websites (including the primary one) is nailed by Google for a violation of their quality ...


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Firstly the use of canonical: The use of canonical is not exactly creating duplicate pages. Every application should avoid creating duplicate pages. 1)Canonical is meant to give seo wieghtage to the main or parent page from which it is derived. 2)This needs not to be exact duplicate, but this means this new page is also generating similar information with ...


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Can this impact my site negatively? Not usually, for two reasons. One, Google is very aware when a site is using WordPress and the algorithm is smart enough on its own to know the difference between content displayed on a category or tag archive and on the post/custom post type itself. If you really want to be paranoid about this, create custom excerpts ...


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Your question totally depends on how you want to solve it : Use single page for puzzle + its variants If you have multiple variation of same puzzle, then you can showcase them on single page** http://www.puzzlopia.com/puzzles/neutralizator/play show all variants of above puzzle on above page only Multiple Pages For Variants : 1) Primary / Main Page ...



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