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If the blog of my popular website is published on other website stating that originally published on______website, so is it ok or google consider it as content duplication
and if it OK then at percent I can do that?
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    Google considers and penalizes duplicate content for the same, or very similar text on the same site. (I'm not sure about other forms of content) Content on other sites is NOT considered to be duplicate under the same conditions.


    HTH


    Glenn
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    • Profile picture of the author jayeshvseo
      I have article name abc on my website abc.com and it is very popular article, now i republish that same article on xyz.com and leave a note that it was already publish on abc.com,
      so as in this scenario is it ok or is it too consider as content duplication
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Ask yourself Jay: why do that? Readers will just stop reading the 2nd blog, delete it from their feeds,and visit the first place. It does not make sense if you think it through buddy.

    Write a new article for the second blog. Do as successes do

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    • Profile picture of the author jayeshvseo
      thanks for reply.
      i just want to reach my article to more peoples so by these i can increase the reach of my article..
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  • Profile picture of the author Michicat
    I dont think so that it will be called duplication since it has been duly credited from the original site. Positively, its one way for publicity.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    Even you respect the source but if you use it for multiple times, it will be considered as duplication.
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  • Profile picture of the author AgileWeavers
    Originally Posted by jayeshvseo View Post

    If the blog of my popular website is published on other website stating that originally published on______website, so is it ok or google consider it as content duplication
    and if it OK then at percent I can do that?
    Indeed, it is a duplicate content by definition but there's no penalty on doing this. From Google or from any other search engines. As long as you are not trying to spam, you're good.

    Originally Posted by Glenn Leader View Post

    This is NOT the case.

    To answer this common question about duplicate content, Google themselves considers duplicate content thus, "If your site contains multiple pages with largely identical content". As you're only likely to post the same article on the same blog once, then in the eyes of Google, it's not duplicate content. And if you did accidentally do that, only one of your pages would be penalised. If similar or duplicate content across multiple sites was a problem, then news syndication wouldn't work.

    HTH

    Glenn
    Google actually does not "penalize" websites or pages with duplicate content, unless they will find our that your intention is to spam. As per Google;

    Duplicate content on a site is not grounds for action on that site unless it appears that the intent of the duplicate content is to be deceptive and manipulate search engine results. If your site suffers from duplicate content issues, and you don't follow the advice listed above, we do a good job of choosing a version of the content to show in our search results.
    You can read more here - https://support.google.com/webmaster...er/66359?hl=en

    Duplicate content is just an SEO myth...
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    • Profile picture of the author jayeshvseo
      yes this webmaster post clear everything about duplication
      Thanks fir sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    Duplicate content on a site is not grounds for action on that site unless it appears that the intent of the duplicate content is to be deceptive and manipulate search engine results. If your site suffers from duplicate content issues, and you don't follow the advice listed above, we do a good job of choosing a version of the content to show in our search results.
    Isn't that what I said? Google doesn't show what they believe is the duplicate content. It's a penalty.
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  • Profile picture of the author harrisjaved
    Duplicate content is content that appears on the Internet in more than one place. That "one place" is defined as a location with a unique website address (URL) - so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, you've got duplicate content.
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  • Profile picture of the author ankitsethi
    One Post comes on Different different category of my website here is content duplicate issues?
    If yes, how we can resolve this issue?
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  • Profile picture of the author Paulo Ribeiro
    Content duplication is when the content is duplicated in the same site or in different sites.

    It will penalize your site and if you want to monetize Adsense will not accept you neither the majority of top tier advertising networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    As AgileWeavers stated, there will be no penalty to EITHER site. What may very well happen, however, is that Google may only index and/or rank one version of the article, which could very well be the other site instead of yours despite it appearing on yours first.

    So, the real question is, does it hurt you/help you if the content is only showing up in the rankings for the other website? Only you can answer that.

    As ryanbiddulph suggested, it's often better to have two completely different articles about the same topic - one on your site and one on the other site - if you want both to rank.
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