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I Have Four Way To Create Details Page Of Mywebsite. Which One Better


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#1 Armi

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Posted 26 September 2015 - 01:53 PM

my website search on news websites(30 website was serched) and find all new news. in home page, title and description of 800 new news are showed. when user click on title of a news:

  1. link to original source.
  2. link to page mywebsite/details/id,this page contains "ifarme" that "src" of this ifram, is orginal source (show original source by iframe).
  3. link to page mywebsite/details/id, this page contains copy of content news alang with a link to original source.
  4. link to page mywebsite/details/id, this page contains title and description of news along with link to original source.For read full text, user must be click to link original source(go to original source to read full text).

For SEO, what way is better?

what way is better to google index my website?



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 26 September 2015 - 04:10 PM

None of the above.


There is no 'correct way', only the 'way' that is best for your visitors, suits the purpose of the page and the raison d'être of the website as a whole. None of which we know.

#3 qwerty

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Posted 27 September 2015 - 08:00 AM

Publish unique content.


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#4 Mikl

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Posted 28 September 2015 - 06:44 AM

this page contains copy of content news

 

 

SEO aside, you could have a legal problem. Check the law on copyright.

 

Mike






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