We have a group of websites that are very similar to each other. All the websites are for the same type of business and they all have mostly the same products etc.
The websites are supposed to be 90% the same as every other website in this group. The only thing differing is things like, contact information, logo, header etc. Also the selection of the webshop are is mainly similar.
The problem now is that Google is indexing the wrong page for the wrong domain because it gets (correctly) marked as duplicate content.
For example, the contact page of website A gets the name of website B in the Google index. This is of course confusing and an issue because the address information linked is wrong, and the website owner doesn't like to be found with a wrong name in google.
Is there a way to indicate to Google that they should keep the correct metadata in the search results?