Canonical Tag

Last Updated: March 4th, 2024

What is a Canonical Tag?

A Canonical Tag is used to prevent duplicate content issues. It's crucial for SEO, signaling search engines which page version to index. Implementing Canonical Tags for SEO: Use canonical tags to clearly indicate the preferred URL of content that is duplicated across multiple pages. This helps search engines understand which version to rank, preserving SEO value and preventing dilution of ranking signals.

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