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Is This Considered Duplicate Content

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Khal, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. Khal

    Khal Newbie

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    I have a domain name that is very generic.
    What I would like to do is as follows:

    1- Create a few sub-domains under the main domain.
    2- Get the RSS feed of each sub-domain and use them as posts in the main domain.

    Thing is, will the search engines consider the above as duplicate content?
    Would appreciate any feedback.

    Thanks.
     
  2. xewax

    xewax Newbie

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    No matter it's on two different domains or websites or one web but different pages, if the content is the same, it is duplicate. Isn't it?
     
  3. SeoElf

    SeoElf BANNED BANNED

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    That is a good question actually never heard of anyone doing this.
     
  4. Nicheblogger

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    In my opinion it would surely be considered duplicate by google. If the main domain had enough unique content on it's own you could get away with it, but sub domains are certainly considered entirely different domains by search engines.
     
  5. K.H.R

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    Yes, If you post same content to any other domain or sub domain is not a matter, it will be considered as Duplicate Content.
     
  6. zakysalafy

    zakysalafy Newbie

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    Dont worry about duplicate content, google wouldn't penalized that. If you search google there are still many duplicate content on the search result and it still ranked.
     
  7. LityUM

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    If the content in your subdomains it si original (written from you and not scraped from other external sources) you should setup a rel canonical to the page you want to be indexed and you are ready to go.

    This will helps:
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/139066?hl=en