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Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive
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Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues, SES Chicago 2012 - Deep Dive

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More and more site owners are concerned that they might be penalized accidentally or overtly because of duplicate content. If you run mirror sites, will search engines ban you? What happens if you …

More and more site owners are concerned that they might be penalized accidentally or overtly because of duplicate content. If you run mirror sites, will search engines ban you? What happens if you syndicate content through RSS and feeds? Will other sites be considered the "real" site and rob you of a rightful place in the search results? This session will take a look at all the various options available to address duplicate content including:

301 redirect
302 redirect
Canonical tag
Author markup (schema.org)
Rel next and rel prev tags
Deletion of duplicate content

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  • 1. Duplicate Content & Jenny Halasz Archology President & CoFounderMultiple Site IssuesAdvanced ImplementationChicago | November 12–16
  • 2. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHI
  • 3. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIThe Secret to Google*ok, not really Crawling Indexing Rainbows and Unicorns Ranking
  • 4. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIMaile Ohye
  • 5. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIhttp://bit.ly/ZObg1u Avoid: • Redirects • Error pages • 1st pages Know: “an application can choose to ignore any improper canonical designation” @JennyHalasz
  • 6. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHI“We’re going to break that canonical” http://www.cnn.com/tech?hpt=hp_bn5 http://www.cnn.com/TECH/ @JennyHalasz
  • 7. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHICanonical Flapping http://lifehacker.com/friday-fun/ <link rel=“canonical” href=“http://lifehacker.com/5959061/the- five-home-bar-essentials-that-can-make- nearly-any-drink-and-how-to-get-them-for- cheap”> @JennyHalasz
  • 8. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIRel Prev and Next Key Things to Remember: • High Title Match • Duplicate Titles are Fine • Google Recommends View All • SEOs recommend Rel Prev/Next • Do not use noindex @JennyHalasz
  • 9. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHI Mergers and Acquisitions – Canonicals? Canonical old Create 301sCopy all old content Create banner to Consider using a domain to new from old to to new domain explain to users reference domain new Welcome,Needs to be link Because now Hey, guess friends from almost rel=“canonical” what, we’re old domain, that you’ve identical href=“http://new completely moving! you’re in the content, domain.com confused your right place.although you visitors, youcan add new should do it if desired again… @JennyHalasz
  • 10. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHISyndication – Two Perspectives I heard about this thing called the Internet. I think I could write about gardening on there and people would publish my articles! I bought content from a lady who gardens. Now I can rank for “gardening” without lifting a finger! I think I’ll have another drink! @JennyHalasz
  • 11. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIAnd 6 Months Later… I’m getting pretty well known for my gardening articles. I think I should start my own website! I’m ranking for everything that has to do with gardening! Life is good. @JennyHalasz
  • 12. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIAnd Today… I sure am glad that site added rel=canonicals to my content. My site is doing great! I wish I hadn’t added rel=canonicals… that lady’s site is outranking me for everything about gardening. @JennyHalasz
  • 13. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHIAnd the Point Is…• Duplicate content is a universal problem• There are no easy fixes• Rel Canonical is a patch, apply with care• You’re probably doing it wrong• Rel Canonical is not a good solution to syndication
  • 14. Chicago | November 12–16, 2012 | #SESCHI Thank you! Jenny Halasz President & Co-Founder Archology IncJenny.Halasz@archology.com 919.886.5545 @JennyHalasz

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