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    Difference between rel=”next” rel=”prev” vs rel=”canonical” ?


    Hi There!

    Difference between rel=”next” rel=”prev” vs rel=”canonical” ?

    please give me best answer
    Last edited by requinix; December 11th, 2014 at 01:34 PM. Reason: removing advertising
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    Seriously? The words themselves should tell you what they are.

    next - A link to the next page in the series.

    prev - A link to the previous page in the series.

    canonical - The "authority" URL for this page, to minimise your changes of duplicate content penalties.
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    Use rel="next" and rel="prev" links to indicate the relationship between component URLs. This markup provides a strong hint to Google that you would like us to treat these pages as a logical sequence, thus consolidating their linking properties and usually sending searchers to the first page.
    You can also add a rel="canonical" link to the component pages to tell Google that the View All version is the version you want to appear in search results.

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