So I finally ran screaming frog SEO spider on a number of my pages, and what I'm left with now are some duplicate titles on some of my mobile pages containing this HTML:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/path/to/equivalentpage.htm">
On the respective pages for desktop users, I added a link tag showing the mobile equivalent page to show google the relationship.
On my desktop pages, my H1 tags on each page are unique. Some pages no longer have an H2 tag since I had to blend it into the H1 tag and screaming frog spider takes note of duplicate H2 tags.
My question is for any two pages that contain
rel="canonical" pointing to the original unique pages, do I have to worry about unique titles (in H1 tag) on them? or do I only have to worry on pages without
I ask because if making the titles unique on the pages (mobile site pages) with
rel="canonical" are necessary, then users will have a worse experience since the title will take up a huge part of the above-the-fold real estate on my website, especially on the photo pages where the user's prime interest is the photo.