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August 17, 2009

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The move to San Fran next year should be good... though may still have to do a run to San Jose to eat at Original Joe's - but do know a bunch of good spots in the Mission District thanks to Todd and Lauren

Hello There, I did not quite understand the phrase "Don't use canonical tags across domains" would it be possible to have some information posted on this subject? Mark...

Hi Mark,
Basically they were saying that if you have a canonical tag in place the URL in that tag should be on the same domain, you can't have a canonical tag for foo.com on a page on bar.com.

However, at SMX New York a couple of weeks ago Google announced that by the end of the year they will indeed support cross domain canonical tags.

Hope that answers it for you

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