Duplicate content affected 2 websites - trying to rectify

TheStreamer

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Apr 26, 2023
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Hey everyone.

I have 2 websites both related to the same niche.

Whenever I posted a blog post about something, I would carefully paraphrase the same content and post it on the other website but used the same images.

It came to my attention that after a while, google only indexed one of my websites for each post/subject.

When I read and researched about it, I concluded that "duplicate content" is the reason due to the fact that I have used same images on both websites.

Now, to rectify that:

I want to recreate the same content again, completely different articles with genuine images for each website.

When I do that, what should I do with old posts? can I redirect 301 each post of a website to it's new version?
 
Simply request removal in Google or you can remove articles directly from site and start posting original content. Avoid 301 redirects.

If you want to rank multiple sites in same niche, treat each asset as a different site and avoid interlinking those sites and make sure, you are using good quality content.
 
To rectify the duplicate content , you should create entirely new, unique articles with original images for each site. You can then implement 301 redirects from the old posts to their new versions to retain SEO value.
 
Hey everyone.

I have 2 websites both related to the same niche.

Whenever I posted a blog post about something, I would carefully paraphrase the same content and post it on the other website but used the same images.

It came to my attention that after a while, google only indexed one of my websites for each post/subject.

When I read and researched about it, I concluded that "duplicate content" is the reason due to the fact that I have used same images on both websites.

Now, to rectify that:

I want to recreate the same content again, completely different articles with genuine images for each website.

When I do that, what should I do with old posts? can I redirect 301 each post of a website to it's new version?
Yes, just 301 redirect the old posts to the new ones to keep your SEO
 
Thank you for all your help guys.

So if I use 301 redirect of the old post which is not indexed on search engine to an entirely new post of the same subject on a website, does the old post not bring negative effect to the new one?
I mean it was not indexed for a reason. If I create a new unique post, redirecting the old post which is not indexed wont be bad?
 
When recreating the content, redirect the old posts to their new versions with 301 redirects. This will help preserve any existing SEO value and inform Google of the updated structure.
 
When recreating the content, redirect the old posts to their new versions with 301 redirects. This will help preserve any existing SEO value and inform Google of the updated structure.
And if the old content was never index at all due to the fact that it had duplicate images, that redirect wont hurt the new post?
 
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