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Google and Duplicate Content

Here’s a list of 15 about how Google handles duplicate content.  Here’s a taste.

4.   There are cases where Google does penalize. This takes some egregious act, or the implementation of a site that is seen as having little end user value. I have seen instances of algorithmically applied penalties for sites with large amounts of duplicate content.

5.   An example of a site that adds little value is a thin affiliate site, which is a site that uses copies of third party content for the great majority of its content, and exists to get search traffic and promote affiliate programs. If this is your site, Google may well seek to penalize you.

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July 24, 2007 - Posted by | Internet, Marketing, SEO, Web Design

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