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#1 jules


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 01:04 PM

Howdy SEO gurus....  :hug:


For many years, we archive our e-newsletters on our site, & these archived web versions of emails contain articles that have been re-published with permission from other folks in the world. 

Someone has recently granted permission for her article to be ran in the email, but not on our website: "I would be delighted as long as its for a newsletter and not on the site (Seo worries)"  she hasn't told me what her worries are & I'm asking ya'll (sorry if this is a dumb question) for help.  Since we have a page rank of 5, I'd think a link back from our site to her would be great for her.  What am I missing or not thinking about that can be problematic for our authors?


Appreciate Ya'll!


#2 chrishirst


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 01:24 PM


Since we have a page rank of 5

Who cares!!



What am I missing

That SGB PR is completely useless for anything useful.



"I would be delighted as long as its for a newsletter and not on the site (Seo worries)"

As a detractor once said about P.T. Barnum's patrons;




"There's one born every minute"!

#3 Jill


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 01:27 PM

She's probably needlessly concerned with duplicate content.

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