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Rewritten Content - How much dupefree

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by leberquaeler, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. leberquaeler

    leberquaeler Newbie

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    Hello guys,

    i'm just interested how much dupefree your article should be. Lets say you are using an article from ezinearticles and put it to an article spinner. Is 50% dupefree enough to avoid penalties? Every help is much appreciated ;-)

    Thank you!

    Cheers

    Pete
     
  2. jane78

    jane78 Newbie

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    friend there are no penalties for duplicate content and has been confirmed by google many times. I've seen many guys here outranking sites like amazon while using amazon feeds.

    If u don't agree write a fresh article and check it using tools like dupefre... you'll be shocked by seeing duplicate content of your original article. Change it a little bit or mix content from 2 or 3 articles
     
  3. goodrat

    goodrat Newbie

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    leberquaeler, well, it's not just about the content anymore. Get more backlinks for your site and you will have better ranking on Goog|e.
     
  4. Cookiehunter

    Cookiehunter Registered Member

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    Yes, that question is a real essential one... creating "new" content is a real pain-i-t-a! I thought many times that google just CAN'T sort out a site just because of dupecontent, if it has links and "people" want to read it.. that way, there would be only a handful of sites left beeing displayed by ggl..

    Also, the "G-Bot" would have to "make notes" which site had the content as first, or a kind of "mother-content"-registry on one topic, which is complete unrealistic in my eyes - why should gg spend effort on that.