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Content Duplicate Issues

  1. So... You Think SEO Has Changed?

    Duplicate Content Tactics aside, it's still all about understanding the technical issues that engines have problems with and ensuring that your site is set up correctly to handle those things. Eliminate any technical issues that may be impeding...

  2. Google's Matt Cutts: Here's How to Deal With Short-Term Duplicate Content Issues

    If your website sometimes has minor short-term duplicate content issues, how can you avoid being caught in Google's duplicate content filter? This video doesn't address some of the usual big duplicate content issues, such as when someone steals an...

  3. Hit By Panda and Confused About Low-Quality Content? Run This Google Analytics Report Now

    For example, I've seen a range of issues trigger Panda hits, including duplicate content, thin content, doorway pages, low-quality affiliate content, technical problems that caused thin content, cross-linking of company-owned domains, etc.

  4. Ecommerce Product Pages: How to Fix Duplicate, Thin & Too Much Content

    This is really an addendum to the duplicate content issues posed by faceted navigation or hosting multiple versions of the same product on different pages. Add self-referential canonical tags (rel="canonical") Note: this may help Google distinguish...

  5. Why Google Will Reject, Block, or Flag Your Data Feed

    Check out this list for major Google data feed errors and solutions including title warnings, duplicate group IDs, and robots.txt errors. Google has very specific feed requirements for format, content, and Google policies, which is typically the...

  6. SEO Audit Findings: 4 Hidden Technical Problems That Can Send Dangerous Signals to Search Engines

    From a canonicalization standpoint, your site shouldn't resolve via its IP address, or you can run into a massive duplicate content problem. Make sure you're using rel=canonical on duplicate pages, and not trying to use it in place of 301 redirects.

  7. How and When to Use 301 Redirects vs. Canonical

    This post will focus on the two main methods of managing the redirection of a single page on your website – the 301 redirect and the rel="canonical" attribute – to conquer duplicate content issues, sustain your rankings, and improve user experience.