Content Recommendation Nedded for My 3 Domains.

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I bought 3 domains.
  1. Example.com
  2. Example.in
  3. example.com.au
And i put same content on all of my website. And want to rank all in various countries with same keywords. Is that content is plagrized or i have to put unique content on all domains.
or i will go with <link rel="canonical"> Looking for recommendations. TIA
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  • Profile picture of the author lambertson
    If you put the same content on different domains, it will be considered duplicate content, thus Google won't rank other 2 domains high. Canonical will tell Google which one has to be shown. If you want all of them to rank for certain keywords, use unique content. It's easy as a piece of cake.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by lambertson View Post

      If you put the same content on different domains, it will be considered duplicate content, thus Google won't rank other 2 domains high. Canonical will tell Google which one has to be shown. If you want all of them to rank for certain keywords, use unique content. It's easy as a piece of cake.
      Yoda, you better go back to Dagobah....

      It's duplicate content, but google couold give a rat's behind....

      There are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many websites that do that, from wikipedia, to amazon.....from gasbuddy to google....

      Of course any chap(fool?) asking such a question is blowing smoke up his @$$ and out ours.

      It makes no sense and is just a wannabe thinking outside the sanity.

      Any real answer is a waste of time.

      "After 900 question illogical, look this good, you will not."

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    • Profile picture of the author WP PRODEVS
      Thanks for this information. A great info shared by you. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    I wouldn't bother running 3 sites. I'd put all the content on the .com and redirect the other domains to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author K Edward
    If you have limited content, you would rather focus on the .com domain, rank it high in whatever niches you're targeting.

    Then once you've achieved considerable results, launch the next one (with unique content) and leverage your traffic gained on the .com site (maybe a mailing list), then follow with the 3rd one and so on.
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    • Profile picture of the author WP PRODEVS
      Ok Sure! Thanks clearing my doubts on it. Thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author luciesmazanska
    I would't recommend adding same content in three different domain, as it will be marked as plagiarism by search engine, thus search engine won't rank other 2 domains high. Canonical will tell which domain to show in search results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Web Riderz
    Yes, it is the first thing that can harm your websites' ranks. Google does not want to see the same content on more than one website.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      You could, of course, make each site worthy if having, and have a page from each site on page one in Google.

      Since you do not seem to know how to get one to rank, just redirect to the . .com
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