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Question About Unique Content/Post-Panda

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sprice, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. sprice

    sprice Regular Member

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    So apparently unique content is now a lot more important for your site to have value in Google's eyes and to rank higher in the serps.

    How does Google know that my site is unique content if people could easily take my blog posts and re-submit them themselves? If content all over the internet is just getting re-used and republished all the time, who's the say which content is unique and which isn't? So how are we to say that unique content helps rank higher?

    Enlighten me please...
     
  2. cucurucu

    cucurucu Regular Member

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    That's what I was thinking lately too.What if my content is unique, but did't get indexed fast enought and the "not" unique content is indexed before mine ?
     
  3. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just check whether your articles have passed copyscape if it is copyscape passed then your content is unique !
     
  4. alex-19841

    alex-19841 Regular Member

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    Google looks at where the content was posted first.
    Second google looks at page rank of the site, so for example you post article to your brand new 1 month old site wait 1 week to have your content indexed by google then you post the same article to the ezinearticles, in this situation google most likely will see ezinearticles as original writer of the content because that site is older, has higher PR, older, and know for often content updates.
    But lets say content was posted on your site for longer than 6 months, then you can post it somewhere else and be 99% sure that google will see you as a original writer.

    This post might be also helpful:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...here-tips-tricks-ensure-highest-rankings.html

    Its a research that talks about how to avoid and/or get up from Panda penalty.