This is normal. The index.html is what the Web server actually serves up if you visit the “bare” domain name. I have seen some scare tactics by SEO experts around “duplicate content” when the same page is available through two different URIs, but I doubt that this kind of duplication would be marked down as fraudulent. What the search engines are looking for is deliberate content-stuffing, like having the same exact site at two or more different top-level domains or subdomains.
On May 14, 2019, at 6:24 AM, Claas Von rabenau email@hidden wrote:
In my Google Search Console, Google shows https://www.example.org/ as the “Google-selected-canonical.” Perfect. You might check your Google Search Console to see if Google has already selected their own choice for the canonical URL.
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