How To Use Schema And Rel=Canonical To Boost Ties Between A Reciprocal Link And The Money Site?

By April

In episode 242 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked how to use schema and rel=canonical to boost ties between a reciprocal link and the money site.

The exact question was:

Related to Anumaan's question and reciprocal links the blog subdomain should link heavily to the $ site, right? Also is there anything else we can do schema wise on subdomain or rel=canonical to tie it super tight to the main $ domain?

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Best Practices When Using Rel=Canonical For The Header Of Blog Posts Syndicated To An IFTTT Network

By April

 

In episode 101 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked about the best practices when using rel=canonical for the header of the blog posts syndicated to an IFTTT network.

The exact question was:

What do you guys do in terms of rel=canonical for your blog posts prior to syndication? What are your views and what's the best way to safeguard from any type of penalty? Is there even a penalty for duplicate content anymore?

The reason I ask is after reading this article I'm a little confused…
https://www.quicksprout.com/2014/11/03/should-you-repost-your-blog-content-on-other-websites/

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