Rulesets” on all pages, especially around sorting, pagination, and faceting this is one of the most important elements of a site platform that people miss – does the platform C Level Executive List support canonical tags? Probably… but how easy is it to integrate advanced rules around, for example, category facets? Does it follow google's advice on pagination? Why is this important? Because canonicals allow you to weed out duplicate and/or low quality content that many platforms C Level Executive List inevitably produce and from an seo perspective they allow a site owner to direct the seo “power” of these pages. 5. Supports 301 ad-hoc redirect mapping the devil is in the
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