Types of Duplicate Content

a. Technical Internal Duplicate Content

The Same Content Available at multiple URLS or your website

Example 1:

Duplicated home page at index.html / htm or index.php pages
https://example.com/index.html or https://example.com/index.php or https://example.com/home

Example 2:

Session ID parameters

https://example.com/services or https://example.com/services?sessionID=1246 and more

b.Hosting Related Duplicate Content

Duplicate content caused by mis-configured server settings

Example 1: No HTTP to https redirection.

http://www.example.com/ and https://example.com/

Example 2: Site available at www and non-www.

https://www.example.com/ and https://example.com/

Example 3: Indexed staging site and development sites

https://www.example.com/dev/ and https://www.example.com/

C. 3rd Party External Duplication Content

Copies or very similar versions of your content or external domains owned by 3rd parties

Example 1: Site that manually copies your work and republishes it as their own.

Example 2: Sites that create a slight rewrite of your work and publish it as their own.

D. Own External Duplicate Content

Your Content duplicated on or by other domains and subdomains you control

Example 1: Separate mobile (m dot) website without the canonical header or rel alternate declaration in the main site header.

https://www.m.example.com/ and https://www.example.com/

Example 2: International domains, subdomains or subfolders misconfigured without href=”lang” or not translated into the local language.

https://example.com/in/services/ and

https://example.com/ca/services/ or

https://india.example.com/services/ and


Inbound Marketing Strategy

  • Attract – Strangers – Blog, Social Media, Keywords, Page
  • Covert – Visitors – Call-to-action, Landing Page, Forms, Contacts
  • Close – Leads – Email, Workflows, Lead Scoring, CRM Integrations
  • Delight – Customers – Social Meida, Smart Call-to-Action, Email, Workflows
  • Promoters

life of SEO joke

1st month:

Client: I want leads through SEO

SEO Expert: It takes min 2 months to get results.

Client: okay

3rd month:

Client: Where are my leads?

SEO Expert: We are working on it. Leads will start coming from next month.

Client frustrated: Okay. Will get back next month.

4th month:

Client: Where are my leads?

SEO Expert: Google algorithms have changed, need another 3 months for leads to come.

I guess you know what the client would reply

Google announces June 2019 core search algorithm update

Monday, June 3, there will be a confirmed Google algorithm update

Tomorrow, we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year. It is called the June 2019 Core Update.

Nothing special or particular “big.” It’s the usual type of core updates that we regularly do. We just wanted to be more proactive. Rather than people scratching their heads after-the-fact and asking “hmm?,” we thought it would be good to just let folks know before it rolled out.