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Duplicate Content Penalty

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by r00k, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. r00k

    r00k Junior Member

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    Question. Has anyone experienced issue with the below:

    You have:
    Article X (3 Product Reviews)
    Article Y(3 Product Reviews)
    Article Z(3 Product Reviews)


    You make an article W and it's going to list the best 3 products out of the 9 contained in Article X Y and Z. If you're utilizing a major portion of the content (300words+) of Article X Y and Z and putting it into W, is this seen as duplicate content and negative?
     
  2. Mr.JackO

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    Mate you could break it down into 9 product pages and then one big review article.
     
  3. r00k

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    Only problem is, each of X Y and Z target a very specific product group keyword. There is a fourth keyword that encapsulates all 3 that I'd like to cherry pick best affiliate earners from my previous articles and put into this new fourth keyword article.
     
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    I did the same on my site. I have a top 5 article that only shows a small excerpt the product reviews, i then link to the full review article of the product, so user can check out the full review. I think it works that way.
     
  5. r00k

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    Thanks. Thought it was relatively safe, just wanted to be sure.
     
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    Well, I kinda am not sure on that part, but so far I have had no problems. I'm a beginner though, so maybe ask someone else for confirmation lol:D Good Luck.
     
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    That's considered a duplicate content, @r00k. I tried this on my personal website. Google AdSense's ads didn't appear on my version of your Article W because Google Ads detected similar content coming from other posts on my website.

    I think this is the reason why Copyscape has a separate product called SiteLiner. It checks possible duplicate content on your website.
     
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