Response to Why Does Google Still Reward Content Scraping?:
A. You can’t blame the Huffington Post
B. You can’t Blame Google Here’s why:
Google’s mission is to provide the most relevant and popular content to their users. Google’s search algorithm has determined that overall The Huffington Post website has much more popular, and therefore reliable content that the Verge. The Huffington Post did the right thing by minimizing the text. And by addingalink, the popularity and therefore importance of Verge is bound to grow. Just give it time. QUESTION FOR DANNY ——————>
Can you use the canonical tag across different sites for duplicate content, asarule of etiquette? Or can you only use the canonical tag on one website?