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quotes/statements showing up in copyscape as duplicated data?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Zakhar, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. Zakhar

    Zakhar Power Member

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    what can you do about this? will you be penalized from google obviously when you are
    trying to officially speak about something you reference it so what someone had to say
    I usually hyperlink where the statement came from "name" said(<hyperlinked) then "quote"

    what is the correct way? in terms of getting penalized
     
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    ?Duplicate content on a site is not grounds for action on that site unless it appears that the intent of the duplicate content is to be deceptive and manipulate search engine results.?

    There is no set way to link the source of your content, however it should be set similarly to the following:


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    <blockquote cite="http://wikipedia.org" title="How to train a dog, wikipedia, 2012">Dog training is on the rise since 2006.</blockquote>

    Google *should* ignore text within a block quote. You can use CSS to style the blockquote so that it isn't even differentiated from the original text.


    This is a could guide on how you can use blockquotes and cite for content you don't want to be seen by google bots.
    http://www.pitstopmedia.com/sem/blockquote-cite-q-tags-seo
     
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  3. Zakhar

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    brilliant! Just what i was looking for - thank you very much sir