Duplicate content is not only bad for SEO, but it Phone Number List hurts conversions by not displaying content at its best. It often happens that you have many pages that are critical to your site's infrastructure but Phone Number List similar or identical content. Instead of risking being penalized for duplicate content, you can add a rel=canonical tag to a page that you consider to be the preferred source of information, as shown Phone Number List the example below.
Product Page Copy Example Let's take a look Phone Number List an example of an e-commerce product page copy: Duplicate pages All of these product pages for the same "red toy truck" have the exact same content with only minor changes, such as the top breadcrumb link. The way this site is structured means there Phone Number List three pages for one product, so the canonical tag is needed to eliminate two of these copies: Canonical Example Using canonical tags, we've signaled to search engines that the original product page is atust copies. In this case, it would be wise to choose a permanent product page that does not fall Phone Number List the "Promotion" category (the sale may end on a certain day) and does not fall into.
The "Items under £10" category (prices may Phone Number List up over £10 a day) . Other examples of page duplication that require canonical tags URL parameters Page URLs can have information added to their end in the form of parameters, which are always displayed after the question mark in the URL: Non-parameter URL leading to Phone Number List different page engines can treat URLs with different parameters as different, unique pages. Using canonical tags to promote the best URLs is important if the content doesn't Phone Number List significantly when parameters are added.