Let's say I have this website
recipes.com that has a service that allows to register a lot of recipes. Each recipe belongs to one or more categories. Now I would like to create specialized websites.
recipes.com/vegetarian recipes.com/dukan recipes.com/paleo
Each small website will be a RSS aggregator website with a custom menu different from the site
recipe.com. How do I optimize it for SEO? Here are my ideas:
- Display iframe in RSS aggregator sites.
- Not indexing recipes in
- Let content be duplicated
- May be there is a balance so I can say to Google to ignore content and not consider it duplicated ? Thus for aggregator sites, only the title and introduction of each recipe would be indexed.
- Just put small excerpt on aggregator sites, and then open window on a new tab that opens the main site with another menu ?
My goal is a great user-experience and also websites that will be optimized for search engines.
Edit: In response to your comments, sorry for being unclear. I mean : www.recipes.com will be one wordpress website www.recipes.com/vegetarian will be a RSS aggregator wordpress website that will show some posts of www.recipes.com. It will have a unique menu. It will be the same for www.recipes.com/dukan It will be the same for www.recipes.com/paleo I was wondering what is the best solution to lower the bad effects of duplicated content.