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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dudemike, Nov 4, 2014.

  1. dudemike

    dudemike Power Member

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    i got this website optimizr, and there were many errors which is great that i know now, but i dont get this one, since i have ecommerce site i put https and optimizer tells me that google wont like it cause it sees as double content, so should i erase all http files and only keep https
     
  2. dudemike

    dudemike Power Member

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    i guess nobody has an answer
     
  3. somedevil

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    It's not very clear what you are asking... Perhaps you should provide some more details.
     
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    dudemike Power Member

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    @somedevil the question is do i need to erase or disable http and leave only https webpages
     
  6. stonedmonkey

    stonedmonkey Registered Member

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    I think you should use the canonicalize tag which tells G which version of the page is the source hence avoiding dup issues and plus all link juice is consolidated!
     
  7. Albert88

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    https should only be employed for pages that need encryption, such as when users share personal data or when they provide financial details. If your website is entirely https, check what google has indexed? You want to avoid duplicate content.