Viewed as spam by the search engines, duplicate content is defined as content that already exists on another web page. This content must be considered in “substantive blocks” or be “appreciably similar” according to Adam Lasnik of Google. This content is either extracted from another source or web page or replicated in an effort to […]
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Google Cleans House! Is Your Website Ready?
The word is out! Google is cleaning house and tightening up the reins for quality control as it relates to content and high quality sites for search. Whether you see this as a decidedly positive step in the march toward relevant and quality search or an invasion of your right to produce as poor a website […]
Has Duplicate Content Become A Non-Issue When It Comes To SEO?
Recently I was surfing some SEO blogs when I came across a post on a search marketing conference. I like to see what the other leaders in online marketing are saying these days, so I was anxious to read the entire post, and was well on my way until I came across #13 in their […]