I'm SEO business from many years,but recently made i very very stupid mistake.
I created some pages for a client website -around 10 pages,but all of them are with high-qulity content and are designed for users not for SE (as we all know this is important now).It took me 1 week to build them.
The stupid mistake is that i firstable created pages with URL's that i changed on the next day.
But during the night Google has indexed these pages,and after renaming the URL's now the actual (renamed) pages are treated as duplicate by Google.Example:
Page: exmaple.com/my-services is now renamed as: exmaple.com/my-services-london
I had no idea that Google will index this site so quickly,anyway I have removed the first version of URL's from Google index using webmaster tools,but the new pages still are treated as duplicate.
So,the question is : what is the best way to show google that the correct pages are new ones?I know some of you will say 301 redirect,but this is done,because when you rename page on this script,the old url is automatically redirected 301 to the new.
If i have to write the content on these pages again...