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When content is posted to your Facebook page it: Links back to your site with the URL of the content Shows just a snippet from the content Both of those will mitigate the damage done from Google recognizing the duplicate content. With the link back to your own site, Google will be much more likely to see your site as the original authorative source of ...


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Facebook pages are indexed by search engines (Google for example) and the duplicate content is detected for all indexed content. Thus yes, Google will consider the duplicate text as duplicate content.


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You can use WebSockets, a very good library for it is Socket.io. Then you can emit an event serverside and the client gets it immediately.


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owl.li, goo.gl or any other sites are only url-shorteners. Most of them do not attach linkbucks or any other affiliate site by default, it up to the user using the service. I believe in your case it was that whoever used owl.li pointed the URL to a linkbucks URL while Linkbucks URL was another kind of URL shortener which displays the real URL among ...


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It is against Facebook terms of service to create accounts that are not real people. Other social networks have similar policies. So it is not possible to create a persona (or multiple personas) for your company that can accept these requests. On Facebook, your business presence is handled by your business's Facebook page. You can switch to acting as ...


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Google now has a share snippet preview tool to generate appropriate schema or open graph markup: https://developers.google.com/+/web/snippet/


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While Google and Bing admit to using social signals for performance analysis, Google (at least) also admits that they do not look at Facebook likes and for good reason. It was a complete disaster when they did. Bing on the other hand did have an agreement with Facebook at one time and may still likely. The only real social signal Google may consider as ...


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