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#1 leelnj

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 04:23 AM

Hi There,

We currently have a blog in tumblr which features articles about updates from google, new tech from apple, new web practices etc from various places on the web (eg .net magazine, web designer magazine) word for word

The blog feed links through to our website by rss onto our blog page. All our other content on our website is unique.


For SEO PURPOSES HOW DO I GET AN ARTICLE FROM SOMEONE ELSES SITE ON MY SITE. IS IT ENOUGH TO PROVIDE THE ARTICLE WITH A LINK WHICH POINTS BACK TO THE PLACE WHERE I GOT THE ARTICLE FROM

Thanks in advance



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:17 AM

For SEO purposes. ..

 

 

 

 

 

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You DON'T!!!!!



#3 torka

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 12:22 PM

Copying someone else's article without the author's permission is copyright infringement. (Unless the "article" is actually a press release, which are offered with the intent of being republished.) Linking back to the original article does not get you off the hook.

 

Accrue too many DMCA takedown requests from the original content authors and your blog, perhaps even your main website as well, could be penalized by Google for being a "repeat offender."

 

Simply posting a headline or a brief summary along with a link might keep you safe from most charges of copyright infringement, but you're then "guilty" of posting what Google calls "thin content" -- one of the things the Panda update was designed to downgrade.

 

In other words -- what Chris said. Simply appropriating other people's content for your blog is not a viable SEO tactic.

 

--Torka :propeller:






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