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Can you still Rank Duplicate content on G00Gle- 100% duplicate - See this proof first

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by perfect10, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. perfect10

    perfect10 Regular Member

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    I cam across this result 30 minutes back while I was searching something about Samsung Galaxy s3.
    The first result was from an Irish news website (Premium Adsense Publisher.. see the ad format.. ath the end of the story.. that is available only to premium publishers) and when I went down I was the same headline in Telegraps's story.. Authorship has been claimed in at!
    then I matched description.. 100% same
    I clicked both the result.. Both pages are same.. 100% copied content.

    What does it mean.. If you have an authority site.. you may scrape content from other authority sites and outrank them?

    Below are the URL of both the pages-
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    http://www.independent.ie/business/technology/iphone-5-or-galaxy-s3-which-should-you-buy-3326074.html
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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/mobile-phones/9742688/iPhone-5-or-Galaxy-S3-which-should-you-buy.html
     

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  2. dunhill

    dunhill Power Member

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    authority site .. yes we can duplicate content and get higher ranking in G if we have authority site.. :)
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Those are newspapers - their content is SYNDICATED not PLAGIRISED

    If you don't know the difference between syndication and plagirism you need to learn it before you make assumptions like this.

    The author (a guy called Matt Warman) is credited in both.

    Scritty
     
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  4. dunhill

    dunhill Power Member

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    Yes... in this case it's a news paper.. then u also must read about authority site 1st..
    I can see u missed something here.. :)
     
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  5. perfect10

    perfect10 Regular Member

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    I know it is syndicated content.. but 24 hours later, syndicated content ranking higher than original... after so many Big G updates, you can still play with G SERP that's what I noticed.
     
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    perfect10 Regular Member

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    it works.. :D
     
  7. timmy79

    timmy79 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    G never penalized syndicated content on a website, but a lot of people got confused between syndicated (other site) & duplicated (duplicate from the same site).

    We can even check G support page on the subject. Just search "duplicate syndicate content".
     
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    So, you wanna tell me that if you run an autoblog and give the credit link to author - then you have a syndication site which is authority one, right?
    Now ask autobloggers how many times Shmoogle deindexed their autoblogs during last few years.
     
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    leena Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes it ranks if its an authority site, but not if it is a crap/low quality/autoblog website which 98% of bhw users have.
     
  10. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    Huge difference between duplicated content and syndicated content ... the second website could be more related to the topic in the Telegraph and thus ranks higher even with the same content (because it may be overall more relevant). I syndicate content from other sources all the time on top of my original articles; it always helps.
     
  11. livapetr

    livapetr Junior Member

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    What.is.the.difference.? Point it out.
     
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    no4h~ Regular Member

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    I've had pages indexed that had duplicate content... I haven't bothered ranking said sites for any specific keywords though... I use it as a 2nd tier for a few backlinks.
     
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    ContentLockPro Power Member Premium Member

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    This is the main point here.

    Google won't penalise your site if you syndicate some content and publish it next to your original content. Google WILL penalise it though if the vast majority of your content is copied, as this would indicate that your site serves little to no purpose to its readers.
     
  14. ameyrajeshirke

    ameyrajeshirke Registered Member

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    i think you got carried away with that :)
     
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    It may work for authority sites + if the content is syndicated. I think that wprobot was getting syndicated content. But it doesn't work that well if you have a new or non-authority site.