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You can't. For some reason Google has determined that this relevant for searches for your name and that page should be shown when users search for that site. The text a user searches for does not have to be on that page for it to rank well (although it typically is and usually is very helpful). Off page factors such as anchor text if incoming links can ...


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You have a few options here. Add a canonical URL to those pages in the 'beta' version of the site where the content did not change and the canonical URL being the corresponding page in the 'latest' version of the website. This would give a sign to Google as to which one to prefer while listing. In your XML sitemap,give a higher priority to the ones in ...


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Is there a way to get Google and other web crawlers to prefer/recognize /latest as the canonical directory, but still index /beta? No. But, you can set a canonical link in some of the /beta pages to the corresponding /latests page. And Google may or may not decide to follow your recommendation and display the /latest page over the /beta page. Or, you ...



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