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Duplicate content

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by jalle007, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. jalle007

    jalle007 Newbie

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    I work on a web site which is gambling oriented http://www.bestbonusmoney.com/bookmakers-list.html
    It is collection of bookmaker reviews and specially their bonus offers.

    Usually I copy bookie bonus offer from their site and place it in my article.
    How that could affect duplicate content policy that google insist?

    Could it help if I reorder sentences in article ?
     
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  2. Xmind

    Xmind Newbie

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    Google will punch your site in the face (or in the header?) for duplicate content. Don't you have a minute to rewrite the article? Just read it and put it in your own words. Or if you're too lazy, put it in google translate, select translate to german then back to english and correct the mistakes. Re-ordering sentences will not help, because content is still the same...
     
  3. jalle007

    jalle007 Newbie

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    Good idea will try it now. Thanks !
     
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  4. edgematch

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    Never do that for such a site (except autoblog). Correcting those mistakes sometimes take more time than rewriting.

    And, for dulicate content, Google won't do any harm to your site. Don't worry. But just be sure that you will not be in trouble for putting other people's posts.

    Duplicate content is a myth told without any hold.
     
  5. Xmind

    Xmind Newbie

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    That google translate idea is not a bad thing, if you're using it right. Most people make mistake when they are "spinning" their articles through google translate from English to Spanish and vice versa. But as far as I know, spanish is an Italic language and English is a Germanic language. So the Germanic languages have similar word order - that means, sentences won't be unreadable. Also, in my opinion, Google will harm that site for duplicate content. I don't think that google's algorithm doesn't mind about duplicate content. Google is the most popular search engine, and I think they care about what is shown on their first positions. Just saying :)
     
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  6. -Jericho-

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    I get so tired of people talking about stuff they don't know anything about. A penalty for duplicate content is a myth. Now you may get your page redacted from searches if you're infringing on someone's copyright but the chances of that are slim to none.

    Google will index and rank duplicate content based on authority. I have multiple sites that are filled with duplicate content with very high rankings. So please stop spreading misinformation.
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