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Content scraping is always worst techniques in SEO. If you working on content scraping, please come out from this method. surely this kind of content scrapped websites will get penalty from Google.


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It's worth mentioning that Panda, a Google algorithm update, deals with this specifically. Sites with large swathes of duplicate content or pages with very little content are penalized quite heavily - the idea is to prevent people who's sole purpose is the ranking of keywords. Each page either has to have a good portion of good, unique content or you need ...


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We know that Google has technology to detect duplication within video. They use an algorithm at YouTube to detect when any uploaded video uses a copyrighted song. While I haven't heard of any specific cases of Google using video duplication detection other than that, it would not surprise me to learn that they do so. Google would want to detect ...


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Content Scraping is not at all Good and it is a worst SEO technique (Negative SEO) which will surely harm your website in Panda update. Google will penalize those websites which are following content scraping technique. In Google support page you can find Scraped content Some webmasters use content taken (“scraped”) from other, more reputable ...


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The plugin WPML is great for this job and will solve all your problems. You'll not have duplicate content because, in fact, the content will be the same but in other language. No problem with the photos here too. WPML is possible to use "folders" like www.example.com/fr or subdomains like fr.example.com, so you'll have absolute control on your content. I ...


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products1.php simply needs to output the canonical link in the head section of the page. Presumably it knows the information needed to build your friendly URL: category subcategory product name product id Then the canonical tag appears in both the page for the friendly URL and the page for the parameterized URL. That is fine. Google says that a ...


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Yes. This is duplicate content. Here's Google's definition of duplicate content: Duplicate content generally refers to substantive blocks of content within or across domains that either completely match other content or are appreciably similar. Mostly, this is not deceptive in origin This content is the same content just presented in a different way. ...


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This is a good question and I am not sure anyone really knows the exact limits where duplication counts as duplicate content. The line is kept intentionally fuzzy to discourage this behavior. But let me try and explain a few things that might help you to understand how this works. With the advent of Google Scholar in 2008, Google realized the power of ...


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Google has a help page for multi language sites in which it states: Translating only the boilerplate text of your pages while keeping the bulk of your content in a single language (as often happens on pages featuring user-generated content) can create a bad user experience if the same content appears multiple times in search results with various ...


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There is one solution to this problem that is you can change the layout and another thing which can be done is that you can moderately change or modify the content of the site from the another one in such a way that the google bots cannot find them similar in any way.


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I found this quote in this article on using single vs multiple domains http://bit.ly/1zdAHh3 Deep links are hard to promote. Websites will often just link to your homepage, even >when their visitor would be better of landing on a specific page deeper within your >site. With multiple domains they are less likely to link off-topic. This also makes the ...


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I think the answer to your question lies in your phrase "To get round this...". As soon as you try to get round Google you are asking for trouble. Build a site or sites based on business sense, not SEO. Publishers tend to have a separate website for each magazine because that makes sense. Amazon has one site but many unrelated departments because ...


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Each domain should compete on it's own merits. If you 301 redirect, the value of the domain name kind of disappears and any metric for the domain name would be hard won and keep in mind that the foundation of SEO begins with the metrics for the domain name. These day, the domain name matters less in that exact match to search terms, while it still works, ...



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