I have a product page in the following format:
/brand page shows generic information about the brand (name, description, image, etc.), and then shows a list of available offers. The available offers are determined by the inputted campaign code.
You can also access the page without supplying a
campaignCode. In that case, the page shows offers from a default campaign code.
Campaign codes may expire, so having potentially expired campaign codes show up in search results seems like a minor annoyance. (Expired campaign codes are handled gracefully by our site, but I want to avoid users searching for a specific brand and then being presented with a link containing a
I'm wondering whether I should put a canonical tag on the page, which links to the base
/brand page without any query parameters.
Can I use canonical tags pointing to my base brand-page to prevent potentially expired
campaignCodes from showing up in search results?