Avoiding duplicate content penalties with Article Submission

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Offline WalalayoTopic starter

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I am in the process of starting some article marketing for link-building purposes, but am concerned that submitting the same article to multiple directories will be viewed at duplicate content and have the pages either removed or the links will be worthless. What is the best way to avoid this pitfall?


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I'm not sure how and I am very interested about it myself. I also want to avoid this pitfall.


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Hi,
I think for some of the sites it is fine, but don't make it in bulk submission.

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Mirroring content is one of the most popular forms of article marketing. You will find that your article is published on other websites alongside your resource box, name and website. When each of these websites publishes your work, they leave you a back link. This increases your SEO results. You therefore get higher page ranking in search engine results. This is not considered duplicate content and search engines therefore do not impose a duplicate content penalty on you.

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The simplest method is to create high quality content and submit it to a high quality article directory site which tends to give quality backlinks and traffic to your site.


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It is actually a challenging job to avoid pitfall in article submission.
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To avoid duplicate content penalties with article submissions, create original, valuable content, check for plagiarism, use canonical tags, modify content for variations, respect syndication rules, monitor for unauthorized copies, and prioritize quality over quantity.
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"Avoid creating subdomains, multiple pages, or sites with essentially the same content.
    Steer clear of... "cookie cutter" strategies like affiliate networks with scant or nonexistent original content.
    Make sure your website adds value if it takes part in an affiliate scheme.
    avoiding producing redundant material.
    sending redundant stuff to the official URL.
    adding to the duplicate page a canonical link element.
    The replica page's HTML link to the canonical page is being added.
Several URLs pointing to the same webpage: Google has the ability to identify duplicate pages for material that is available across several URLs."


 

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