Hi, Hopefully this is an appropriate enough spot for this question/issue. I recently moved some content from a Penguin penalized site - which had gone from pulling in $15-18k/month down to $2-5k/month - to a different domain in an attempt/test to see if I could at least partly regain my rankings by simply moving the content to another domain in the same niche which I purchased at the same time as the original, now penalized site but just never did much with it. So it is basically a slightly aged, mostly blank slate to work with. How to redirect the remaining traffic from the old site to the new one without also passing the penalty is a bit of a dilemma, but is not the reason for writing this post. As the title implies this is a canonicalization issue which has come up. After moving two pages/posts of content from the penalized site as a small test first, I noticed after a couple of days that I had /tag/ pages showing up in search results, with the main page nowhere to be seen. After going to this page and then looking at its source code, as well as the source code for the main page, I noticed that they were both being given canonical status automatically. In source code of page arrived at through "tag" URLs showing in search results <!-- All in One SEO Pack 220.127.116.11 by Michael Torbert of Semper Fi Web Design[236,333] --> <link rel="canonical" href="hxxp:/...........net/tag/.............-review/" /> <!-- /all in one seo pack --> And from the root page <!-- All in One SEO Pack 18.104.22.168 by Michael Torbert of Semper Fi Web Design[236,333] --> <link rel="canonical" href="hxxp:/...........net/.............-review/" /> <!-- /all in one seo pack --> Any suggestions here? I've come up empty in the quest for a solution so far and don't want to continue with the content migration until I have this, and other issues sorted out. Thanks in advance for any feedback!