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this question is not strictly Genesis related (I think), but I need badly a second opinion (second to my developer's) and I was hoping I'd find one here.
The problem is, every single diagnostic/auditing tool i use on my website highlights that I have tons of duplicate pages.
My developer says that the website is properly setup, and that http redirects to https and www. also redirects to no www pages. If I try this manyually, it's true, the pages do redirect, yet the diagnostics still say the pages are pretty much all duplicates.
This is the website:
Any idea of what might be going on?
Thank you for your help!
What diagnostic tools are you using? I just ran your site through Page Insights and GTMetrix and neither are flagging duplicate pages.
Duplicate pages are not necessarily reporting issues within your site. If you have a development or staging site setup that is a clone of your production environment, the staging or development site may be getting indexed as well, which would be reported by Google as duplicate pages and you'd be penalized SEO-wise for the mistake.
Dear Victor, sorry for the delay in coming back at you. I thought nobody has answered, I fidn't get or must have missed the email with the notification.
Google search console and MOZ for instance say I have duplicates, Siteliner e website auditor too. These are just the first ones I can think off...
I am not in development stage, these should be finalized websites and indeed my fear is that I am being penalized SEO wise... My problem is that I don't know how to fix this...
Would rel canonical be a solution?
Thank you for your opinion,
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