Update: So finally, after lots of trial and error, I reduced my replytocom links from 25K to a mere 300. These 300 will eventually go away after some time. I will keep updating the article based on my experience. If you have any questions or suggestions, drop us a message on Facebook. I was trying to figure out what lead to a 20% traffic drop of ShoutMeLoud after I was trying to recover from the Google Panda launch. In the process, I was fixing 404 links using the Google Webmaster Tool and, most importantly, working on duplicate posts. Thanks to the QOT tutorial, I was reminded to cross-check replytocom links for ShoutMeloud. I have already taken care of this by adding a parameter into the Google Webmaster Tool, but I was shocked to see lots of replytocom links still indexed from ShoutMeLoud which must have created the duplicate content issue. Here is a screenshot: Replytocom is for blogs which allow replies to comments. So whenever you “Reply” to comments, you will see a link like this: https://www.shoutmeloud.com/services?replytocom=7062 Obviously, this link should not be a part of Google Search. But for me, there are tons of replytocom links from ShoutMeLoud in Google Search. How to find out if your blog is also affected by the replytocom duplicate issue? site:domain.com inurl:replytocom Click on “repeat the search with the omitted results included”. Fixing Replytocom WordPress issue: Fixing using Webmaster Tool parameter handling: This is the first step which I would suggest you do….