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Will this Count as not unique content ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Cdman, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. Cdman

    Cdman Power Member

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    Let's say I have a wordpress site with 5 categories.

    All of these 5 categories are up on the nav bar.

    I write an article and it's about fast red cars.

    When I'm doing this article I select the categories "red cars" and "fast cars".

    So when someone clicks red cars or fast cars in the nav bar the same content will appear (probably with some more content in the future)

    Does google see this as duplicate content or not ?

    Thanks.

    Also have another quick question :

    If I put my adsense code in 5 articles under "fast cars" category what happens when someone clicks "fast cars" on the nav bar ? Do they online see ads on the first 3 pages ?

    Thanks
     
  2. drummermike

    drummermike Registered Member

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    No it's not duplicate content, don't worry about it. When you click on the article it goes to the same link, so its just two links really. Also its on your site only, google only penalizes for duplicate content to try and prevent people who slap up articles from article directories from getting good rankings.
     
  3. Cdman

    Cdman Power Member

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    That's great, thanks for the help :)
     
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    steviep Junior Member

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    ....since the Panda update i wouldnt be so sure, i believe Wordpress is now with the tags full of duplicate content issues. Until now people were freely categorizing and tagging pages. Many also link to search results within the site, if there are several products for a search. But this all seem to have changed after the recent algo changes. Many are now adding "noindex" to these pages or blocking them via robots.txt. I havent gone that far yet but testing it defenitely....