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We built a website targeting different regions but with the same English langauagelanguage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.example.com/http://www.example.com/ - Targetingtargeting the United States in WMT

http://www.example.com/iehttp://www.example.com/ie - Targetingtargeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.example.com/ukhttp://www.example.com/uk - Targetingtargeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countriescountries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

We built a website targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.example.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.example.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.example.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

We built a website targeting different regions but with the same English language (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.example.com/ - targeting the United States in WMT

http://www.example.com/ie - targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.example.com/uk - targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

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We built a website http://www.cylon.com/ targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.cylon.com/http://www.example.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/iehttp://www.example.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/ukhttp://www.example.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

We built a website http://www.cylon.com/ targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.cylon.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

We built a website targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.example.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.example.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.example.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

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We built a website http://www.cylon.com/ targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.cylon.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

Thanks

Rob

We built a website http://www.cylon.com/ targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.cylon.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

Thanks

Rob

We built a website http://www.cylon.com/ targeting different regions but with the same English langauage (Ireland, England and America). The content for the most part is the same set up on 3 different subfolders.

http://www.cylon.com/ - Targeting United States in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/ie - Targeting Ireland in WMT

http://www.cylon.com/uk - Targeting UK in WMT

Do I have duplicate content issues to be worried about?

If so, how do I get around this issue?

Also is there anyway of finding out if Google have in some way penalised these pages for having the same content on other pages trageting different Countries? I have not received any messages from Google in WMT saying there is duplicate so I'm not sure if this is an issue.

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