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  1. theseodude

    theseodude Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I have been getting content from wired.com for the past few months. I am not sure why, but the comments section on this website does not seem to be indexed. so for example, go to this article:
    http://www.wired.com/thisdayintech/2010/10/1022creation-4004bc-ussher/

    And look at the first comment. Put the first sentence in quotes and Google it. not found.

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  2. seo-world

    seo-world Registered Member

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    wow, thts great :D
     
  3. Smokin

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    Good idea. Will implement into a new strategy.

    Thanks =D
     
  4. codo3500

    codo3500 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Google has multiple indexes, just because they're not showing it in the search results doesn't mean they don't know about it - they also know when it was created. This may work, but there is a solid chance they'll know it's duplicate content. Just sayin'
     
  5. freller

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    It's because they use Disqus which runs in javascript.

    Google can index this, but often doesn't, so it's hit and miss how long the 'non-indexing' would last for. If the comments are 2 years old though, like in the example quoted, I think you're probably OK!