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The same content on different webpages, including on pages on different websites. Search engines may penalise websites which have duplicate content on them.

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Copyscape is a website which can help identify duplicate content. It won't tell you if you are the original source/authority in Google for the content, but it will find other websites with the same c …
answered Sep 17 '13 by Max
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Is this situation you should be using the rel=”next” and rel=”prev” tags. In a nut shell, rel=”next” and rel=”prev” can be used on paginated content such yours, that spans multiple pages. With rel="n …
answered Jun 6 '13 by Max
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What you have done with defining canonicals is correct Chad. Although if the duplicate pages don't need to be accessed independently of the main page, I myself always try to implement 301 redirects in …
answered Nov 15 '13 by Max
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What you have done is correct, although you could have used canonical tags, but either way is correct. When Google re-crawls, re-indexes the pages with the NOINDEX, said pages will be dropped from th …
answered Jun 27 '13 by Max
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I can't think of a way to to avoid duplicate content implementing like this without also losing the benefit of the content. When I say losing the benefit of the content, what I'm trying to say is th …
answered Nov 27 '14 by Max
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The first question might be why do you have two duplicate sites? Is there a particular reason? If there is no reason then I would suggest not to have duplicate domains, but if you must, then yes you …
answered Dec 20 '13 by Max
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You would think you thinking is correct, but it actually it isn't. I have worked on many, many sites and some URL that do not have any physical links to them (or none we were aware of) always managed …
answered Dec 14 '16 by Max
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You can check the current cache date & time of a page in Google's index by clicking the small arrow in the SERPS, as in this screen shot: http://i.imgur.com/yEJOeVd.png or by searching in Google for …
answered Jun 26 '13 by Max
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It doesn't matter if your subdomain is without www prefix and your main domain has www prefix. This is generally the case with the majority of websites. As long as each is only visible on one version …
answered Aug 7 '13 by Max
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Here is a great post on the subject: No Indexing WordPress Taxonomies: Do or Don’t To summarise, he found that if he noindexed the tag and category archives and installed a better pagination plugin, …
answered Apr 11 '13 by Max
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No, the NINDEX, NOFOLLOW on the embedded iframe will not effect the page it is displaying on. As they are neither on the actual page, nor within the <head> section of the pages source code. I know th …
answered Jun 16 '14 by Max
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Are you adding any of your own content to the pages that feature these syndicated press releases? If you add some of your own content around the press releases on the page, so almost as if you are quo …
answered Jun 24 '14 by Max
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This is an interesting question! Should I link to them only via rel="nofollow"? No because Google will still crawl the URLs even if you link to them with nofollow and they will get indexed. …
answered Jul 10 '18 by Max
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You mention using siteliner tool which checks only for internal duplciate content, however I will also talk about external duplication of content. External Duplicate Content Copy a paragraph or two …
answered Feb 16 '17 by Max
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The preferred option is to set a 301 redirect from the duplicate pages to their main page. This will avoid any duplicate content issues in Google. If a 301 redirect cannot be set, then canonical ta …
answered Apr 2 '14 by Max

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