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A redirect is a message to search engines that a page has moved to a new location. From wildcard redirects to how to choose a new URL path, here’s everything you need to know about URL redirection.
A URL Parameter, also known as a query string, is the part of the web address that begins usually after a question mark. URLs with parameter counterparts containing the same content should be properly canonicalized to avoid duplicate content.
A client came to me with a seemingly-innocuous question, "Should we launch a separate domain for each of our office locations, or should we keep a single, branded domain?" The contents of this blog entry was my answer.
Content is duplicate when it appears on more than one URL. Duplicate content is not a penalty, but it can have negative ramifications on organic rankings.