14% Say The Canonical Tag Doesn't Work on Google, Really?

Mar 31, 2010 - 7:53 am 6 by

canonical-tag-poll.pngA couple weeks ago we asked if the canonical tag works well on Google. Since it is poll week, and I am offline, I figured I post the results from the poll.

We had just under a hundred responses and I am surprised to see as many as 14% said the canonical tag does not work for Google. Most said it does work, but 14% said it does not. There must be some type of bug for those 14%?

Here is the break down of the results:


Do you agree?

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.


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