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Passing copyscape when copying info from the yellowpages?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by 2rst1, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. 2rst1

    2rst1 Newbie

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    Hi

    I trying to build an authority website, and for it to be the best website it can be, I have unique articles on it, but I also want to include information about where to find the things I am writing about, so I have used the yellowpages website to find information (addresses, phone numbers and websites) and I have listed them the exact same way as they are listed in the yellowpages.

    Some of my articles are now not passing copyscape because of it, and I wonder if there is a simple way to restructure the information, so it passes copyscape? But without changing the names, addresses, etc...

    I have been thinking about inserting the info in a table, so it would be restructured like this:
    yellowpages info is structured like this:
    Name
    Address
    Phone number
    Website

    My website could be structured like this:
    Name Address Phone number Website
    Company 1 name Company 1 address Company 1 phone number Company 1 website
    Copmany 2 name Company 2 address Company 2 phone number Company 2 website
    etc... etc..

    Anyone have any ideas? Would a restructure like this make it look unique in Google's eyes? And do anyone know of a plugin to wordpress (or script) that makes it simpler to fill out tables like this, and perhaps something that looks nice?
     
  2. Endire

    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    2rst1,

    Is having one address on the page what makes the article not pass copyscape or is it having multiple addresses? Usually having more than a few words in the same order is what causes copyscape to trigger and that doesn't count common phrases.

    You shouldn't have an issue with one address separated by paragraphs so instead of having all addresses in the same table, why not spread them out?

    Best,
    Shawn
     
  3. Domo_18895

    Domo_18895 Newbie

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    Why not obfuniscate the info with some javascript.
     
  4. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    He's wanting something that can make tables easier so he probably doesn't want to jump into something where he has to paste html after the fact, and then manually re-insert javascript back into the WP post.