A blog can have a lot of duplicate content on a blog. I use the case no index on everything except the main page and the articles itself? Or is there some way better?

A blog can have a lot of duplicate content on a blog. It has a main page with pagination.Then has pages. It has dates or months.You have pages.So pretty much every content is in five or six places at least.And you can’t do canonical except where the article itself one contains more than one article. In my case, I used a full article not the next step. But anyway it’s not the one-to-one relation.So pretty much it’s got a lot of duplicate content. I use the case no index on everything except the main page and the articles themselves.Is it okay?

Webmaster Guru Asked on October 17, 2016 in Duplicate Content.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

No. I think that’s perfectly fine. One thing I try to make sure is that the individual article pages themselves do have something unique by themselves as well. So you can control this a little bit if you’re using extract on the category on the listing pages and the full text on the kind of the article itself. Or if you have a lot of comments, then that of course is also a differentiation where we would see, well, this has the article. And the other kind of the blog post itself has the article and all of these comments that have additional value there.

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on October 17, 2016.
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