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DUPLICATE CONTENT PENALTY IN GOOGLE SEO : Why Is This Myth Still Alive? SEO Conspiracy S01E17

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Season 1, episode 17
14 min / Published June 22

Let's set the record straight: duplicate content is not what we usually call a Google algorithmic penalty.

However, there is a huge problem, concerning duplicate content for Google.

The problem might occur on-site or off-site.

Actually, I am proud to state my team of Search Engine Hackers released the issue to the public in 2005.

We called ourselves DarkSeoTeam, and we made some noise about algorithmic flaws in Google.

 

As always, this is just our opinion.

We welcome the discussion.

You know what to do.

 

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http://www.topicalmesh.com/

http://www.frenchtouchseo.com/

https://rank4win.com/

https://twitter.com/laurentbourelly

 

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https://dixonjones.com/

https://majestic.com/

https://inlinks.net/

 

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This episode is part of the SEO Myth busting with Dixon Jones series
Every Monday, we debunk an SEO Myth like Duplicate Content, Domain Authority, Google Ranking Factors, etc.
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