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The rel="canonical"

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Adding this to your web site

If you use WordPress, which a lot of people seem to do, or Drupal, Joost de Valk has released solutions for. Please read more in Canonical URL links if this sounds interesting (Disclaimer: I have not tested these myself).

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14 Comments

  • [...] See original here: Handle duplicate content indexing for SEO with the rel=”canonical … [...]

  • Ricky says:

    Wow, this is great news. It opens the door to a lot of solutions and I'm glad to see that the attribute is being supported by all the big players.

  • Matt Robin says:

    I'm intrigued by this Robert, as it seems to make some good sense (from an SEO side of things), would this be a good idea for main navigational links on a site?

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Ricky,

    Yes, it's great that they, for once, have implemented the same thing.

    Matt,

    For each navigation link's result page, sure. Just to make sure the main parts of the web site is covered.

  • Gerben says:

    I think that in most cases a redirect (302) is much more useful. Most people linking to your page copy the url from the addressbar. If all variations of urls describing the same page are redirected to your preferred version, people can only copy your preferred url.

    It might be useful for people that don't have access to the http redirect because off server limitations for example, but those people probably don't even know what SEO is.

    The other use might be for a forum to strip down the querystring to it's minimum. One might link to a forum post with an added query-parameter to e.g. highlight all instances a keyword in the text.

    e.g. example.com/forum?thread=481&highlight=apache

    Redirecting this url to example.com/forum?thread=481 will result in lost functionality. So here one could use <link rel="canonical" href="example.com/forum?thread=481" />

    In this case a can see some added value, but I think that for most sites there's no need for this.

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Gerben,

    I agree, it should not really be used as a redirect replacement. In my eyes, it rather seems like a good way to complement it in some cases.

    Also, good point about address bar URL copying!

  • [...] Handle duplicate content indexing for SEO with the rel=”canonical” attribute – Robert’s talk -… For anyone focusing on SEO and duplicate content indexing, i.e. the same page indexed with several URLs, thus having a negative page rank impact, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft now all support the canonical relation on link elements. (tags: google tutorial search seo article) « links for 2009-02-18 [...]

  • Dan says:

    This is indeed interesting for full page duplicate content.

    However, an issue I face, is that I have a section of mandatory duplicate content at the bottom of every page of site (think long, lengthy medical disclaimer text). It was suggested to us by an SEO consultant to make the home page have this as text, but all other pages have an image of the text. This way the text-version is still spidered, but the image-version will not be, and won't dilute the rankings. This is horrible to maintain, and just leaves a nasty, filmy taste in my mouth (seriously text in an image?). I wonder if this canonical method could be applied somehow. Suggestions are welcomed!

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Dan,

    Interesting question!

    To me, the image with text sounds like a terrible idea. Sure, maybe it won't get indexed, but I'm fairly sure Google would see a disclaimer text as what it is, and not duplicate content.

    In my world, at least, I would have the disclaimer text in every page, just as it's intended to.

  • oliver says:

    A neat little firefox extension has been written (not by me, but by a friend I might add) which displays the canonical url in the toolbar.

    The description and download link are here:

    Canonical uri firefox extension

  • Robert Nyman says:

    oliver,

    Cool, thanks!

  • [...] These three url’s all point to the same page but would be looked at as three different pages with identical content by the search engines. To help us deal with this Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft now supports the link rel=”canonical” tag (read more at Google Webmaster Central and Robert’s Talk). [...]

  • [...] same exact content, and this is repeated over and over again, this could hurt your SEO rankings. Search engines don’t like duplicate content. Now if you already have this duplicate page backup feature on your site, you can always [...]

  • I used to publish my articles, but now I wander should I stop doing this, because the risk of duplicate content penalty. Should I stop publish my articles on article directories?

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