Posted December 30, 2013 7:47 am by with 2 comments

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It’s very slow from a news perspective right now so why not go to something practical like a Matt Cutts video talking about duplicate content from earlier this month.

The video that follows immediately after is about guest blogging as well which is always a fun subject to consider.

Do you have a real strong grasp of what is considered duplicate content these days?

  • Clements Marketing

    Very clear answer for a much asked question – thank Matt

  • Randy Milanovic

    25% of the web is duplicate content. duplicate content is not spam (mostly). Google will try to group it all together (cluster it) and treat it as one, then show one of the pages based on the best one. You can see the others by viewing “similar” content via filters.

    is RSS considered duplicate? Yes.