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Both rel=canonical and noindex has their own purposes. rel=canonical should be used when you want to give weightage of the page to a page from where the content originated. The seo juice in this case would be passed to the actual content owner. So in case you are copying content from other sources, it is a good practice to give them weightage via canonical ...


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No it won't and this strategy died or no longer effective long time ago. It will only create more duplicated copy of the content which is obviously spam related. And it's like you are chopping your overall content and spread them all over the web which offers no value to the readers it will reach. Creating unique and fresh content are just one of the main ...


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No, it is not 100% safe, if you don't own the content, or did not have permission from the original content writer. People like me never allowed to republish my content to any website, the link I will get as a reference of original content is generally really poor and will not add tiny value to my website (Also that kind of backlinks heart to any website). ...


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updated (which is required) must contain the date/time of the last significant modification (e.g., price change, added/removed features, etc., but not for corrections of spelling mistakes, or some unimportant change of a description). published (which is optional) contains the date since when the product is added to the shop. You must not change the id ...


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The reason is merely because your articles may be hosted on an authoritative domain. You can host an article on your website and on Wikipedia. You shall see that the Wikipedia article ranks higher. This is what we call domain name authority. Give it some time for Google to figure out the original content. Meanwhile keep building authority backlinks to your ...


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For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. That's a fact. This generates new traffic for the transmitting sitemaking syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement. As search engine optimization has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers, content syndication has become a ...


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Spin off my content into a separate domain, which in turn is linked to each of my locations' domains. Not sure what the repercussions of this would be. If it is translated into the local language, then it is all fine and even great. Use hreflang to connect such translated content with the original. If it is exactly the same content, then don't do it. ...


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Placing a canonical link in RSS won't be effective. For a canonical link to work it must be in the <head> section of the document. The RSS feed would be rendered into the body of the document on another site. Google has been very clear on this point. They ensure that their implementation ignores canonical tags that are not in the proper place. ...


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