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adeelhassan 04-10-2018 05:44 AM

Canonical Url
 
What is canonical url? how can i set it correctly. i search on google but could not understand. please tell me in simple words. hoow to use SEO friedmdly canonical url tag. for my website digital1world.com

shaileshshakya 04-10-2018 11:15 AM

I ask you one question... If you don't even know what is canonical URL than how could you provide an SEO service through your website?

I think you are doing this to get traffic from this forum...

LMD 04-10-2018 12:04 PM

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Originally Posted by shaileshshakya (Post 2329966)
I think you are doing this to get traffic from this forum...

I agree with @shail, re the shady SEO offering. Considering you ask such a simple SEO question here, and have such atrocious grammar on the website. :roll:

If I found that site by accident while searching out for SEO companies, I'd just leave. :lol:

JackMiller7 04-10-2018 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by LMD (Post 2329973)
I agree with @shail, re the shady SEO offering. Considering you ask such a simple SEO question here, and have such atrocious grammar on the website. :roll:

If I found that site by accident while searching out for SEO companies, I'd just leave. :lol:

I have no idea what it is but i dont offer seo, but still you could offer seo services and be successful for local companies without knowing it probably.

LMD 04-10-2018 03:03 PM

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Originally Posted by JackMiller7 (Post 2329977)
I have no idea what it is but i dont offer seo, but still you could offer seo services and be successful for local companies without knowing it probably.

Perhaps on some level we have some knowledge on the various subjects out there. I do, but I'm far from being a specialist.

What I have trouble with is the OP asking a fairly basic question, but the site he's referring to offers all sorts of technical services, even SEO.

That's like me, being an auto mechanic (no I'm not, but just saying I was for the example), and asking for help on how to change a tire.

The grammar issue is the icing on the cake, as it were. ;)

JackMiller7 04-10-2018 03:22 PM

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Originally Posted by LMD (Post 2329980)
Perhaps on some level we have some knowledge on the various subjects out there. I do, but I'm far from being a specialist.

What I have trouble with is the OP asking a fairly basic question, but the site he's referring to offers all sorts of technical services, even SEO.

That's like me, being an auto mechanic (no I'm not, but just saying I was for the example), and asking for help on how to change a tire.

The grammar issue is the icing on the cake, as it were. ;)

All I am saying is I could go to all the local business like doctors chiropractor gyms, offer them seo services and get them all ranked 1 for local searches and their key searches. Cause only a few core metrics make up most of the result and a lack some areas can be made up for with others. That's all I'm saying is it's possible. Also I will Google what a canonical url is cause I don't know either

shaileshshakya 04-10-2018 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by LMD (Post 2329973)
I agree with @shail, re the shady SEO offering. Considering you ask such a simple SEO question here, and have such atrocious grammar on the website. :roll:

If I found that site by accident while searching out for SEO companies, I'd leave. :lol:

Thanks, @LMD... canonical [ It tells search engines 'what is the original location of your existing page?' :D] is the basic of SEO


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