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Is This Paging Method A Bad Idea?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kaliv, Apr 3, 2014.

  1. kaliv

    kaliv Newbie

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    I was creating a website and presented two links, one in the menu and one on the body.

    The link in the body leads to the page named "hunny-water.html" and the link in the menu leads to the page "hunny+water.html". Both are two different pages (as you can see from the naming) but both pages have the exact same content and design. The visitor wouldn't realise the difference.

    With this method I intend torank higher in Google. I use this method for two websites:

    1) one web based business
    2) one consulting business with an office presence in my city

    Is that harmful?
     
  2. Biznik

    Biznik Regular Member

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    duplicate content, have you heard of it?
     
  3. kaliv

    kaliv Newbie

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    Hi, Yes and because http://searchengineland.com/googles-matt-cutts-duplicate-content-wont-hurt-you-unless-it-is-spammy-167459 said that Duplicate Content is not really damaging, I wanted to clarify this with you guys to find out what your experience was and if my method is actually damaging.

    I went on Siteliner and saw that 39% of my website's internal content is duplicated. I am not sure if this qualifies as spam or if it is like Matt said, no problem. I'm confused!