Do I need to make a comma before "but"?

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Do I need to make a comma before the word "but"

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It will not cause problems but only one of the pages will rank for it and it might be only one of the pages will get indexed.
asked Apr 11 '12 at 00:53 Yoseph New member

Yes in most of the cases. In yous also. It will not cause problems, but only on of the...

Bojana S. OgnjanovicApr 13 '12 at 10:51

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Please provide more context for what you are trying to say here. What do you mean "will rank for it"? How many pages are you talking about in total?

 

It will not cause problems, but only one of the pages will rank high enough to be indexed.

 

I think that's what you meant. Sorry if I completely missed your point.

link comment answered Apr 11 '12 at 01:18 Tony Proano Expert

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