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Affiliate Datafeeds & SEO

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TomasBlackhat, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. TomasBlackhat

    TomasBlackhat Junior Member

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    Are you just asking to have low rankings because of the dupe content or is this not a factor?
     
  2. Olbol

    Olbol Junior Member

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    I have an Amazon Affiliate Store, all content a direct feed from Amazon at #1 in Google for a 2 word search, and I outrank Amazon itself! Seems to work fine so long as you put the effort in :)

    Good luck!
     
  3. TomasBlackhat

    TomasBlackhat Junior Member

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    Okay, so the duplicate content is NOT a problem? Sounds good, olbol. Thanks.
     
  4. hyp959

    hyp959 Registered Member

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    I don't think so, it very different to optimize the data feed content..
     
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    I don't think so, it very different to optimize the data feed content..
     
  6. niche1

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    Pay attention to your tags and keywords....you don't want each page to say the same thing.

    In some cases the SE's will pull what they think the page is about and assign their own tags......

    I had some experience with Search Engine Cloaker and other tools that made it hard to have different descriptions and keywords and so on for each page.

    I rank pretty well for quite a few terms and the datafeeds themselves are indexed and continue to stay in the index.