- Basic Query on Duplicate Content [3 Updates]
- Kunal Pawar <email@example.com> Apr 01 12:38PM +0530
Wanted to know your opinion's on one basic query for which I am slightly in
I have a website which has an article section & a blog incorporated within
the same domain. Say, Xyz.com/articles & Xyz.com/blog. I upload an article
under the article section Xyz.com/articles/a1.aspx & the same article as it
is, is uploaded on my blog as well Xyz.com/blog/b1.aspx.
The page a1.aspx & b1.aspx have the same content (word to word) & are on
the same domain. Now, please help me understand will search engines
consider a1.aspx & b1.aspx as duplicate content or will this pages have
their own identity?
Awaiting to hear your comments on the same. Thanks in Advance.
- Naveed Ashraf <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 01 12:21PM +0500
I think search engine will consider this as duplicate content. But you can
use rel=canonical tag to avoid any bad hit from search engines spiders.
Decide which page is more important blog or article and than just add meta
tag <link rel="canonical" href="URL" /> in both pages.
- pramod sakhare <email@example.com> Apr 01 03:14PM +0530
Whichever page is first crawled by the Google search engine will be
considered as a original and other will be considered as a duplicate
Use rel=canonical tag to avoid bad hit from google spider as suggested by
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