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John Rosato
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Young marketing kid trying to make it in the digital world
Young marketing kid trying to make it in the digital world

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Soft-launch for a project I've been working on over the past little while. Regular reviews of the best hot sauces across Australia and the world.

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Loving the work of the boys at SUITYOURSTYLE

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Follow along as a Melbourne brand changes the suiting landscape. Unstructured, made to measure suiting.
SYS Spring/Summer 2014. Keep up with us on Instagram & Tumblr too!
#menswear   #suityourstyle
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First time, long time.

While not currently posing an issue of duplicate content, this situation certainly piqued my interest.

Have a website which currently employs a site structure like:
-/products/example1/
-/brands/brand-example/example1/
-/industry/industry-example/example1/
*Note: Each of version of example1 is the same page

Where things start to get a little strange is that:
-Only the /product/example1/ page type is indexed in Google
-There is no canonical tag within the source of the website or whilst performing a crawl
-The CMS prompts to choose which version of the page is canonical
- Noindex not within the source of the website or whilst performing a crawl
-No URL removal requests within GWT

The search potential largely exists around 'example1' so there was an obvious fear of duplicate content.

Any ideas?

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Mastering your main navigation 

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My latest on the (Not Provided) & the two browsers 'breaking bad' #SEO  

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More reason and thought behind Google's shift to Google+. Great reading via +Jack McCarthy & SMK #Googleplus   #SEO  

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Created more buzz than I've ever seen #ronburgandy #anchorman2
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"As the promotional backbone of a fictional movie series that has been brought to real life in an explosion of media coverage, Burgundy represents more than just a blowhard anchorman from the 70s—he’s the face of the movie marketing revolution. "
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