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Should I go back and correct my crappy linking that google isn't recognizing?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seochris96, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    I've got 7 social site articles that are pointing to my money site but I'm pretty sure Google has discarded them as duplicate content.

    Additionally, I've got 13 wiki sites pointing to my money site (ugh!) which I think are being recognized as duplicate content.

    It would only take me a total of a few hours work to manually go in there and fix each, but is it worth it? Should I do it slowly over a few days you think?
     
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    If there is less number of backlinks and you can able to edit, then do it. Later updates might get your site back
     
  3. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    Yeah, I was thinking I would. They've got a lot of decent bookmarks and rss feeds pointed to them, so I'm just going to improve the content over the next week and resubmit them to indexer.