This is an important question to address fully, because otherwise this mass submission of videos will be a waste of time. My understanding is that if an article is submitted to 100 sites, google will recognize them as being duplicates, and will only display one in the search results. Similarly, it will only attribute backlink value of one link to the target site. As a result, it is pointless to submit 100 copies of the same article. I know that the solution to this in article marketing is to "spin" the text, so that each article looks unique, in order to bypass google's duplicate content filter. My question is: Does google have a duplicate content filter for videos? If the answer is "yes", is this just text based, seeking duplicity in the title/description/tag fields? Or does it go further than that, i.e. does it recognize duplicity within the actual video itself? e.g. video footage length file type file size file name text within the video footage watermark within the video footage speech recognition within the video This is an important question, as it is pointless mass submitting a video to 100 sites if google disregards 99 of them because a duplicate content flag was activated. If there is a duplicate video content filter, what is the solution to this , so that google sees each video as unique, and to make mass submission a worthwhile exercise?