Google’s John Mueller talks about how Google recognizes the practice of taking content you’ve already written on one site, copying it to another, and tweaking it to fit that site. talked. Is this considered stolen content? Is this a doorway page? Will the content work?
This question came up at 7:36 in this Friday’s video. The question was, “Does Google allow publishers to plagiarize their own content? For example, I wrote an affiliate article proposing something to my mother. Can I write more articles for , aunts, or others?” Auntie? “
The technical answer is that if you own the content, this is not considered plagiarism. Jon said, “I don’t know what the full definition of plagiarism is, but it sounds like you’re using your own content, which isn’t really plagiarism, at least the way I understand it.”
Does Google rank self-copying content?
However, in terms of how Google handles content copied from one site to the next, it might not work very well, but it can do what you want. He said that just tweaking a few words from the content on one page and copying it to a new page or new site probably isn’t very valuable and might not rank well. So basically if you take content from your own website, change some elements of the page and publish it again, it’s basically up to you.In many cases you just copy an existing article And just changing a few words in that article won’t give you much value.”
He said it’s probably not the best SEO strategy for you. Kind of like the different variations of these. From a strategic point of view, that’s what I recommend. “
But again, you can do what you want. So it’s up to you, purely from a practical point of view. is to reduce
One exception is if you’re doing this with the idea of a doorway page. he said: I would like to warn you that this is against webmaster guidelines. You know what I call your website junk pages, which are essentially fluff and don’t offer a whole lot of unique value. Instead of diluting your website content like that, we recommend that you focus on creating the main content.Instead, you can greatly increase the value of your website.
The last point he said was, “So if you’re asking, is Google okay with that? Well, it’s like you can do whatever you want with your website, but that’s because Google It doesn’t mean to evaluate it.”
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