Dear webflow users,
I am currently hosting my site with squarespace. I already built two sites with webflow and I love it. For this reason I am thinking about migrating my site from squarespace to webflow.
There is just one problem for me. I am using the marquee template which is discontinued by squarespace. This template supports index pages. Index pages contain content from other subpages of the website. Squarespace told me that google do not recognize the content of the index page as duplicate content due to the kind of way in which they programmed the index page. They are using hashtags to indicate that it is an index page which contains content of other subpages. You can get more information on the following link: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815208-Marquee-Index-Pages-discontinued-
Please look at the section “Index Urls” on this page.
Now, I do not know how I can transfer my website from squarespace to webflow without loosing my google ranking due to a possible duplicate content. Do you have a solution how I should organize my pages in order to avoid internal duplicate content?
To make it clearer for you I want to explain it more concretely. My current website is https://www.klavierstunde-muenchen.de . The homepage of this site is an index page which contains the following 4 pages:
The links of the index page sections are:
Actually I did not want to use the subpages, but I needed to build them in order to use them to build the index page. These subpages are now also indexed by google.
My question is now if it is possible to migrate my site from squarespace to webflow without having a problem of duplicate content. I was planning to rebuild every page in webflow of my current squarespace site. But this could cause duplicate content as my index page and the four subpages which I mentioned contain the same content.
I would be very happy if you could help me to find a solution for this problem as I would love to migrate my squarespace site to webflow.
Thanks a lot in advance and best regards!