What would be the reason to use canonicals on noindex for similar pages? And vice versa? - T. Boesen, Viby J, Denmark Advertising Continue reading below Canonical would definitely be better in this case. Noindex means that search engines are not allowed to add these pages to their index, which means that they could not offer this page for a very specific search. Let's imagine two pages as you describe: canonical duplication If the Hoober Bloob Highway page is the most popular and you choose not to index the Road to Kalamazoo page, that means that for a very specific search such as "watch sneech on the road to kalamazoo", only the Hoober Bloob Highway page has the ability to display upwards. This, of course, is not a good user experience and is unlikely to make a sale.
In fact, it probably won't appear at fax list all, since it's not Kalamazoo-specific; Google will choose to show one of your more specific competitors instead. On the other hand, if you set the HBH page as canonical, Google may still decide to show the RTK page if it's more appropriate for search, but it doesn't create a duplicate content issue to have both. Two months ago, the number of monthly visitors to one of my websites was 85,000 visitors. Today, I am up to 110,000 visitors per month. That's a 25% increase. How did I proceed? I use WordPress. One of the things WordPress has done so well over the years is combining its content management platform with a clean e-commerce experience. In its most basic form, this means writing a relevant article about a product and then linking to that product.
WordPress makes the transition between content and product seamless. How to move your audience from your blog to a purchase Creating a smooth transition between your content and your product or service tackles . These metrics include time spent on the site and social sharing. This ability to merge quality content that Google loves with a sales experience that your customers will love is what I think is a winning combination for a small business start-up. Here's what I plan to cover in this article: Advertising Continue reading below How to choose your content channel Go from content to conversion How to Build Content Authority with Your Audience.