Can I post my same article on Web 2.0?

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Hello WF,

Can I post my same article, word for word across 4-6 Web 2.0 sites?
Can I post it to at least 1 Web 2.0 site?
Do I need to change my article for every single Web 2.0 post?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulbangar
    Posting same article to 20 article directories or web 2.0 sites is known as article distribution and you can do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author linkbuildr
    The duplicate content will get thrown into the omitted results after a period of time, it is not a smart move.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheNewJames
      Originally Posted by linkbuildr View Post

      The duplicate content will get thrown into the omitted results after a period of time, it is not a smart move.
      Ok, that's kind of what I was thinking...so that would kind of eliminate my Tier 1...correct?
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by linkbuildr View Post

      The duplicate content will get thrown into the omitted results after a period of time, it is not a smart move.
      That's just flat out wrong. But once again, a "clue" as to why so
      many here fail.

      It's common practice across the board, big sites, little sites, and
      in-between use the same stuff.

      But you need to read the rules of certain web 2.0 stuff. Squidoo
      for example. They are putting emphasis on "unique."

      It is indeed why if you do a news search, you get the same
      exact article showing on the top 10 sites and beyond.

      Seriously. Everything from FB to twitter, is asking people to
      share....the same stuff...

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author bluedevil
    There are no rules against doing this, but Google might only index one or two of the copies because they are considered duplicate. You have a better chance of attracting Google traffic to each Web 2.0 if you make changes to each article you post.
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    • Profile picture of the author ecofriend
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      Originally Posted by bluedevil View Post

      There are no rules against doing this, but Google might only index one or two of the copies because they are considered duplicate. You have a better chance of attracting Google traffic to each Web 2.0 if you make changes to each article you post.
      Yes i also agree with this.
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  • Profile picture of the author boosters
    You can make the spun article by your original unique article.. than you can spread it over the web 2.0 sites..
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Originally Posted by SickNickel View Post

    Can I post my same article, word for word across 4-6 Web 2.0 sites?
    Certainly, you can submit a single content across different web 2.0 sites unchanged or unspun which is referred to as content syndication.

    Can I post it to at least 1 Web 2.0 site?
    Sure you can post your content to more than one web 2.0.

    Do I need to change my article for every single Web 2.0 post?
    No, but Never submit one content twice to a site.
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    • Profile picture of the author ejoka1986
      Originally Posted by johnben1444 View Post

      Certainly, you can submit a single content across different web 2.0 sites unchanged or unspun which is referred to as content syndication.



      Sure you can post your content to more than one web 2.0.



      No, but Never submit one content twice to a site.

      And by doing that as one of my backlink technique, will I get link juice from the page rank of the site?
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      • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
        Originally Posted by ejoka1986 View Post

        And by doing that as one of my backlink technique, will I get link juice from the page rank of the site?
        Not really, but they will be indexed quickly and likely to rank quickly if some SEO is done on them.

        To gain some PR i suggest building tier links.
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        • Profile picture of the author ejoka1986
          Originally Posted by johnben1444 View Post

          Not really, but they will be indexed quickly and likely to rank quickly if some SEO is done on them.

          To gain some PR i suggest building tier links.
          Thanx for the reply, but what's a tier link?
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          • Profile picture of the author WraithSarko
            Originally Posted by ejoka1986 View Post

            Thanx for the reply, but what's a tier link?
            watch this, the guy who made it is a member here and this video is useful

            The Ultimate Guide To Tiered Link Building Part 1 - Matthew Woodward
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  • Profile picture of the author seoservicepro
    Google will hit you if you use the same articles for web 2.0
    You need to use different articles for all web2 and artiles need to be unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author sensini
    If you do like that, your web2 will be spam and not good for backlink.
    You can use some spin software to make different articles instead of using the same article.
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  • Profile picture of the author internalsoul
    You can do it but if you spin the articles then you will get better results rather than posting same articles across all the websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author vajra123
    No,you cannot do like this .This includes in the duplicate issue.Google dont like this and penalize for that .It will also decrease your traffic and bane your account .So avoid from these activities.
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  • Profile picture of the author andishm
    As per my view you shall not put same content on more than one website, while doing for backlinking. You shall post unique content to different website.
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  • Profile picture of the author jurkhenry9
    Hi

    I dont think so its smart move as google have been updated and the duplicate content would not be permitted by google crawler.
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    • You could do it, but it is not recommended. It is better to rewrite each post and submit it to a different website. This will increase your chances of getting indexed by the search engines and attracting genuine readers.
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  • Profile picture of the author webmasteradam111
    Its not a good move post any cached article again.
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  • Profile picture of the author leroybutler
    I think that is not advisable..it would be better if you post unique content on different web 2.0 sites...if you have an article shortage, try to cut an article in to two but be sure that the flow of the content is direct or is still complete.
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  • Profile picture of the author samaustin141
    At my point of view,I am not post same article on web 2.0 site because Your website ranking on keyword goes down in search engine page results.Therefore Quality and Unique content post in web 2.0 site.
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  • Profile picture of the author movielinks
    There is nothing harm in that as long as you are syndicating them. Article syndication is bit different article distribution
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  • Profile picture of the author fmnely1
    EVERY WEBSITE FOLLOW SAME GOOGLE ALGORITHM DUPLICATE CONTENT IS FORBIDDEN
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  • Profile picture of the author sbluford
    You can post the same content word for word but I wouldnt recommend it. Google penalizes sites for duplicate content.

    Its best to at least spin your article into a few different variations and post them on the web 2.0 properties afterwards.

    Use a spinning software if you have it and spin your content to around 30% uniqueness. If you don't want to spin the content yourself, you can always hire someone here at the Warriorforum or even on Fiverr to do it for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Where to start?

      First off, duplicate content is the same content on one domain, not across different domains. You don't see news outlets carrying the same article banned by Google, do you?

      Secondly, if you spin or rewrite the article for different web 2.0 sites, then you are giving first indexation rights to those sites and not your own. Why would you want to do that?

      You should always post your articles to your site first, then once they are indexed, submit them to different sites. You should always make sure those articles point back to your landing page or somewhere else on your site and not to the same article, however.

      And that's just a start...

      Terra
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      • Profile picture of the author Simon74
        Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

        Where to start?

        First off, duplicate content is the same content on one domain, not across different domains. You don't see news outlets carrying the same article banned by Google, do you?

        Secondly, if you spin or rewrite the article for different web 2.0 sites, then you are giving first indexation rights to those sites and not your own. Why would you want to do that?

        You should always post your articles to your site first, then once they are indexed, submit them to different sites. You should always make sure those articles point back to your landing page or somewhere else on your site and not to the same article, however.

        And that's just a start...

        Terra
        I totally agree with Terra, I have been doing that for my sites and works fine. Follow what she said here and you can't go wrog!
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        • Profile picture of the author vutshuvo
          i think you should not do this .
          because it my concern for copy content
          so , you may use articles spun for doing or submission these
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  • Profile picture of the author rockong
    wow, if anybody read this thread from top to bottom, you can see just how little ppl who responded to the thread actually READ through the responses...ppl aren't learning by not reading other ppl's responses...

    OP, please take the advice of those in your thread that seem more legitimate than others...I'll leave that up to you to decide who is but I do believe that it's quite clear.
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  • Profile picture of the author jfambrini
    Terra is right. first let your site get indexed then start posting on other sites. Don't place the same content everywhere. Articles spun by article rewriters are not that great so use your mind to do the modifications.
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  • Profile picture of the author techbul
    You should at least re-write the article, or spin it before posting to a Web 2.0, otherwise Google will see the content from the Web 2.0 as not unique .
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  • Profile picture of the author markjubi12
    Yes You Can submit one article multiple directory but article in original
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  • Profile picture of the author go4seoindia
    If you really want top search engine rankings then you should use 100% unique contents for each new post.This is proven.
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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Originally Posted by go4seoindia View Post

      If you really want top search engine rankings then you should use 100% unique contents for each new post.This is proven.
      Really?

      Can you provide that proof?

      If I may be so bold as to say, many successful marketers have one article first posted to their own site, then posted on a few web 2.0 sites, then picked up for syndication on many other sites and Google does not penalize for duplicate content as it is syndicated content, not duplicate.

      To have your article syndicated on authority sites is a good thing as it brings targeted traffic to your site and converts better than random search engine traffic as well as being a recommendation from the site owner that syndicated your article. They are in essence telling their own readers that you are considered an authority as well.

      I just don't understand why people would give the first indexation rights to some other site than their own by posting original articles there first, before their own site, or not on their own site at all? What possible benefits do they believe they are getting other than avoiding a duplicate content penalty which is nothing but a wide spread myth? :confused:

      Terra
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  • Profile picture of the author anne785
    The contents should be changed for each and every site. try to post unique contents Google will not consider duplicate contents for ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
    Don't spin the article...Article spinning will get you in more trouble than duplicate content...Duplicate content is merely viewed as syndicated content by google in this context. You just won't get as much juice (if any) from the syndicated content..But it's not a penalty of any sorts.

    Next time you spin an article, read both versions. If you can tell they're too similiar, so can google...Don't rely on copyscape...You think Google doesn't use more advanced techniques then copyscape? Good luck.

    Manually rewrite the article, slightly changing the subject matter each time.
    Of just write a unique article for each backlink.
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