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Autoblog and Dates of the Scrapped Content

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by noface319, Oct 4, 2010.

  1. noface319

    noface319 Newbie

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    Hi Guys!

    What happens, in terms of SEO, if I'm autoblogging some content from an RSS without changing any word and:

    a) Keep the original date of the post?
    b) Or Put the actual date?
    c) Or Change it a few days, maybe months before?

    I would like your 5c in the 3 options.

    Thanks mates!

    NF
     
  2. greentitanium

    greentitanium Senior Member

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    you are not going to get original content credit.
    personally i dont use dates on my blogs.
    i often change the article orders and dont want dates associated.
    i cant imagine dates helping seo.
     
  3. noface319

    noface319 Newbie

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    I don't mean the date of the post on the permalink or post structure, i'm talking about the XML sitemap date ;-) the internal date :)
     
  4. Scripteen

    Scripteen Elite Member

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    I think google would care more about the date they discovered the content not the date it was originally published.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    No matter what, they´d know it´s dupe.

    Don´t fret about it.
     
  6. noface319

    noface319 Newbie

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    Think about this, what is better for one post freshness or olderness?

    Fresh is better 4 me.