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All top contributors at the Google forum agree that duplicate content will get you banned

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by MoneyChan, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. MoneyChan

    MoneyChan Newbie

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    Duplicate content and autoblogging. Why does Google send mixed signals? Why not just simply say *this* will get you banned and *this* will not? Anyway, I'm thinking about taking adsense off my autoblogs and was wondering if there are any comparable ad networks to use? I know adbrite is shit so I wouldn't consider that. What reputable networks would you recommend? I know the main competitors but have never used any of them. I don't know why I'm so protective of this adsense account, but just the thought of losing it makes me go :eek:
     
  2. Isendale

    Isendale Junior Member

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    I'm sure all those "Top Contributes" operated Auto-blogs for a period of time and then had their Adsense banned?

    If not, then I say pfffft.
     
  3. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    Yeah, don't trust anything that has the word Google in it, like "Google Forums."

    Those bitches have released document after document that dup content is expected. After all that's how article directories operate and look at where Ezine places in the majority of searches. If dup content was a big no-no, ezine - possibly the largest distributor of duplicate content wouldn't be around. Note I said distributor. While they may not have actually duplicate content themselves, they sure do make it easy to get, no? Other than scrapers that is - they hate scrapers, lol.
     
  4. toptips44

    toptips44 Regular Member

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    G won't ban you for duplicate content. They will ban you for unreadable pages. But it looks like G Caffine may hit you in the indexing for duplicate content. Too early to make grand assumptions yet, only time will tell how important duplicate content is to G.
     
  5. rebornishard

    rebornishard Junior Member

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    my adsense got banned in my autoblog, i don't know what i did , it said illegal click :(
     
  6. toptips44

    toptips44 Regular Member

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    Illegal click means you probably clicked it yourself.
     
  7. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    I would beg to differ to be honest -

    I have a adsense account that is used only for autoblogs, over 3k from just adsense in just over 18months??

    Maybe they forgot to tell me im banned??

    canonical tag is a god send btw
     
  8. kboxer7

    kboxer7 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This whole duplicate content thing has been blown WAY out of proportion. DUP content is just one of a LARGE number of factors Google takes into consideratoin. While I don't do much in terms of autoblogging, I have not seen too much difference in my sites when I incorporate some DUP content into the mix. As long as the presentation / format is unique, the site provides value, and has not been "copied" too many times I think you are fairly safe. Just my two cents.
     
  9. toptips44

    toptips44 Regular Member

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    A bit of duplicate content here and there will not hurt but if your whole site is based on duplicate content from amazon or article sources then its a different matter I think.