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How to move my content from page A to page B - The right way!?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Synthetic, Aug 21, 2015.

  1. Synthetic

    Synthetic Junior Member

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    I got 2 pages which are almost related each other but one of the pages contains the product review (let say PAGE A) and the other page (PAGE B) contains information about this product's promotions.

    *The page B is important as I want to rank for the kws related to product bonus code/product promotion.

    I want to migrate the content from PAGE A to PAGE B, and I want to ask you which of these variants is better:

    1. Migrate the content first and then redirect PAGE A to PAGE B without deleting the content from PAGE A + redirect 301 A - > B or
    2. Migrate the content from PAGE A to PAGE B and then delete the content from PAGE A .... no 301 redirection in this case
    3. Migrate the content from PAGE A to PAGE B and then delete the content from PAGE A .... and then 301 redirect A - > B

    I know it could lead to link juice if I use the 301 redirection but anyway,
    Interesting to rear your opinions
     
  2. veboo

    veboo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    3. Migrate the content from PAGE A to PAGE B and then delete the content from PAGE A .... and then 301 redirect A - > B

    This is better :) It will pass the link juice and avoid any duplicate content as well
     
  3. Synthetic

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    Many thanks man! :)
     
  4. Earned Results

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    There's a 4th option:

    4. Use the rel=canonical tag to tell search engines which one is the "canonical" version (in this case, you'd use it to tell search engines that Page B is the canonical page).

    More info on the canonical tag:
    https://yoast.com/rel-canonical/

    This may be the better option, especially if deleting Page A isn't ideal.

    Hope this helps.