Can Google Plus Posts Create Duplicate Content Problems?

Can Google Plus Posts Cause Duplicate Content Problems?

Few things human are more fascinating than identical twins. Think about how many creative works, from classical literature to pop culture, are about twins: The Prince & the Pauper, the myth of Castor & Pollux, the 1960s Patty Duke TV Show, The Parent Trap--the list goes on and on. When it comes to content on the web, … [Read more...]

Drupal and Search Engine Optimization

Drupal is known for being a very SEO friendly content management system (CMS). The way it assembles its pages is crawler friendly. This makes it a popular choice for people looking to build dynamic web sites. However, there are a number of potential SEO problems with Drupal as well. These need to be dealt with to ensure that you … [Read more...]

15 Things About How Google Handles Duplicate Content

Duplicate Content is one of the most perplexing problems in SEO. In this post I am going to outline 15 things about how Google handles duplicate content. This will include my leaning heavily on interviews with Vanessa Fox and Adam Lasnik. If I leave something out, just let me know, and I will add it to this post. Google's … [Read more...]

Vanessa Fox’s Last Google Interview?

Shortly before she left Google, I spoke to Vanessa Fox about what's going on with Google Webmaster Tools, and, we also spoke for a while about duplicate content problems. While I was working on polishing up the interview transcript Vanessa left Google. So I may have had the last real interview she did while at Google. After … [Read more...]

12 Ways Webmasters Create Duplicate Content

At the recent SMX Advanced Conference in Seattle one of the big sessions was on duplicate content. There is great blow by blow coverage in posts by Vanessa Fox and by Matt McGhee. You can also see an older post about dupe content here by Chris Boggs. At the start of this session, the search engines all talked about various types … [Read more...]

Interview with Google’s Adam Lasnik

Adam Lasnik and I spoke about paid links, duplicate content and more late last week. The paid links conversation was very interesting. One of the things that Adam made clear is that Google is not looking to detect 100% of paid links. Their focus is much more on the links that are being sold for the purpose of passing PageRank. We … [Read more...]

Adam Lasnik Clarifies Google Stance on Duplicate Content

Google's Adam Lasnik has offered up a post today on Dealing Deftly with Duplicate Content. In it, he offers up the official Google stance on the issue. In this post, he addresses the following key issues: What is duplicate content? What isn't duplicate content? Why does Google care about duplicate content? What does Google do … [Read more...]