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To display content from another site, you need permission. Most sites that have RSS feeds do give this permission. RSS feeds are designed to share content, often for syndication. Permission is usually readily available for republishing RSS feeds. The BBC does give such permission for republishing their RSS feeds. Here are the Terms and Conditions for ...
I would not recommend re-using content from the parent site to each clinic website for the same treatment. Google will consider this as duplicate content and may penalize any or all websites engaging in the practice. Instead try one or all of these solutions: Try to make unique content for each clinic for these pages - home page, contact page, about us ...
Yes. Duplicate content is duplicate content. You're not adding any value to Google's index by republishing content already found elsewhere. That's low quality content in Google's eyes and exactly what they don't want. If you're going to do this you would be best served blocking these pages from being crawled and indexed.
Don't include RSS feed urls in your sitemap. RSS feeds don't make good landing pages. I've never seen any evidence that Google wants to index them. As such, they are not a good fit for sitemap inclusion. They will clutter up the webmaster tools stats of the pages that you do care about. They won't provide any benefit to Google.
You can check your log files. My log files show an RSS hit like this. 22.214.171.124 - - [01/Dec/2012:02:54:08 -0500] "GET /rss/feed.xml HTTP/1.0" 200 863 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Mail.RU_Bot/2.0)" The size of that hit is logged in bytes: 863. So it would be a matter of adding up the size of all the hits of rss from your log file. Here is a command ...
goto http://weather.uk.msn.com/, search the location, e.g., London. It will go to URL like http://weather.uk.msn.com/local.aspx?wealocations=wc:UKXX0085&q=London%2c+England, copy parameters wealocatioins (wc:UKXX0085) and replace wc:NZXX0049 in the URL you provided.
All the sites will be on the same domain. Do you mean subdomain for every clinic site? It will not be the problem. You may target every subdomain site for the territory and audience you need. The only requirement will be to put the link to the parent URL in the end of each article. Also you may to submit your authorship by integration with your ...
The definition of the original content is not the strong feature of Google and other search engines. So, if you copy alien content from other websites and put it to yours and make link to your G+ account and submit your authorship, Google will identify you as the creator of it. On http://www.hotelmarketing.com/ they add the link to the first source in the ...
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