Five years ago, Google introduced rel=canonical tag, a single line HTML code but really very powerful. Most of the webmasters are confused and still not aware of the use of rel=canonical tag & its advantages properly.
I was reading some article and I found out a few very interesting things about rel=canonical tag, so here I am sharing how to use and take the best out from this tag.
What is Rel=Canonical tag
Rel=Canonical is a HTML tag used on a webpage to Indicate Google about the original & master copy of a webpage.
It is basically used to tell Google about the preferred url of a page to consider, when there are multiple duplicate versions present for the same page.