Using Rel Canonical on All Pages for Duplicate Content Protection

by Jennifer Slegg
Using Rel Canonical on All Pages for Duplicate Content Protection December 3, 2015 by Jennifer Slegg Leave a Comment In this week’s Google Webmaster Hangout, a question was raised about using rel canonical across an entire site, with each page using the rel canonical to point to itself, in order to prevent the possibility of duplicate content being indexed.Read the full article

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