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They have to be equivalent, not necessarily identical. Just don't get too crazy with the differences between the two pages. Google's John Mueller says... If these pages are equivalent, even if they're not 100% identical, I'd use a rel=canonical here. With that, all of the signals (such as links to those pages) that we have for the "set" of URLs will be ...


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Google has not released any information about SEO & Youtube, but remember: Google owns Youtube. You can see Google in action about not releasing information, here: Google Product Forums But since Google runs the show, I would recommend following SEO advice for meta keywords in an HTML page the same way it is for Youtube tags. For that reason, I would ...



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