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Is same content OK on mobile?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by taosmark, May 13, 2015.

  1. taosmark

    taosmark Registered Member

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    Is it ok so have same content on mobile version of the site as it is on desktop version?



    I am worried about duplicate content, or does this rule not apply?

    Thanks,
     
  2. Society Girl

    Society Girl Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'd say It's fine, Google (somehow) knows you're not some random troll copying content.
     
  3. taosmark

    taosmark Registered Member

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    Thanks! appreciate the input
     
  4. bermanHost

    bermanHost Regular Member

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    It's perfectly fine. Google will not going to treat it as a duplicate content.
     
  5. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    Include canonical tag in the page so that google will know! that's official google way :) gdluck
     
  6. Go4vps

    Go4vps Junior Member

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    Yes this makes the all reply complete.
     
  7. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is quite a paranoid idea, I guess this is what google wants for everybody :)) . You should be quite safe, don't worry about that. it's still your site.
     
  8. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Are you using a "m." sub-domain as your mobile site or are do you redirect mobile visitors to a mobile version of your site on the same domain?

    Either way, I'm pretty sure it's fine.
     
  9. taosmark

    taosmark Registered Member

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    I redirect to site.com/m/

    thanks for replies all!

    wont be worried about that now
     
  10. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Yeah, I still wouldn't worry about it. If you do find that it's affecting your rankings, you can always try creating a mobile version on the same domain. :)
     
  11. valueworthprice

    valueworthprice Newbie

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    Its perfectly fine, sometimes thinking too much creates further paranoia.
     
  12. ferrhyhills

    ferrhyhills Newbie

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    If you use a fully responsive theme, then having a mobile site becomes irrelevant.