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SEO Hack: Duplicate Content Strategy



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0:05 It’s Neil Patel for another Q and A Thursday video. I’m here with Adam from

This week’s question is: “Hey, Neil. Great video as always. I have one doubt. When you use the same article from a blog on LinkedIn article or something else, does Google see it as suspicious, like duplicate content?”

0:25 Here’s the thing with duplicate content they don’t care so much about duplicate content, they more so care about the user experience. So if you’re just jacking someone’s content, and you’re just taking it word for word, and you’re not providing any other value, you’re not going to get penalized, you just won’t rank that high for that article.

2:10 A strategy that David invented for us, and this strategy worked really well, and we’re still doing this today, I used to take my blog content and put it all on LinkedIn verbatim, the introduction sells the rest of the article, and he always took the introduction and he put at the end of it: click to continue reading, and it drove traffic back to the website.

Not only, yes, but it’s also duplicate content, Google didn’t care. We still ranked well on Google, but we are generating traffic from LinkedIn, and more importantly, we’re generating conversions, right? Traffic without sales doesn’t matter.

3:00 Now if you’re releasing content on social media: videos, audio clips, and you’re just putting them on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn, whatever it may be, put them everywhere. It doesn’t matter if the text is the same, the videos are the same. Even though there’s overlapping in audiences, you’ll find that you’ll get more viewership in general by just putting the same content everywhere.

3:30 We put our Youtube videos on Youtube, right, when you compress them, and you set them up, and you optimize them for us. We do Youtube, we do Facebook, and we do LinkedIn. And funny enough, Youtube does well, Facebook’s does well, but we’ve been getting more views, than anywhere else right now, on LinkedIn.

3:45 LinkedIn, even though we have fewer followers on LinkedIn, they lack video content, so they’re pushing it harder than any other channel, and they’re doing free marketing for us. So make sure you’re pushing out your content everywhere. Social media doesn’t matter on duplicates.

4:00 Now if you want to take that same video and audio content that you put on social media sites on your website, like neilpatel.com, yes, you’ll get engagement, but you probably won’t get as much engagement as you will from the social sites, and you’ll find that the video content that you put out on your website and the audio content that you put on your website, even if you add in the transcriptions on your site, it won’t get much Google love.

5:00 I create videos for both my companies, put it on Youtube, and then we have a writer take the main points of that and extrapolate it, and make a different article and a longer article for SEO. Curious, would that make sense to do?

That works well. I don’t know if you’re doing this, but I would do that plus take the video format and embed it into the articles.

5:50 By adding your videos to your website, your time on site increases, your user metrics go up, and you’ll find that your overall Google rankings will increase, but the key is not to just have videos on your site, it’s text, as Adam was mentioning, and embed the videos, so that that way people watch videos on your website plus read the text, the time on site increases, user metrics go up, which overall increases your rankings for your whole site.

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Ecommerce SEO: 3x Ways To Eliminate Duplicate Content



One of the biggest SEO problems ecommerce stores have is duplicate content.

So today I am going to teach you 3 quick ways to find and fix all of the internal and external ecommerce duplicate content issues easily.

But why is ecommerce duplicate content such a problem?

Well for starters, Google HATES duplicate content.

They hand out penaltys left, right and centre and the Panda algorithm update was desiged specifically to target duplicate and low quality content.

The problem is that ecommerce stores inherrently have a lot of duplicate and low quality content which makes them the perfect target for the Panda penalty.

So if you have never checked your ecommerce store for duplicate content before – the time to do it is now!

Because in this video I am going to show you 3 super easy methods to do exactly that.

And if you have never checked for duplicate content issues, I guarantee you have them!

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00:24 – The First Method To Find Internal Duplicate Content
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Please let me know if you have any questions about ecommerce duplicate content.

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Because I guarantee it is weighing your whole store down in the search rankings.

How to manage SEO on a global scale | International SEO



If you’re interested in finding out more on international SEO, check out a selection of our guides and videos on the subject here:

Working in so many markets, Vodafone’s SEO strategy has to be very carefully constructed. Nick Wilsdon, Vodafone’s Lead SEO for Global, explains how it is important to share knowledge between markets, centralise reports and introduce automation. He also speaks about encouraging different teams around the world by being able to measure local successes.

This in-depth interview with Nick Wilsdon from Vodafone provides a unique insight into managing SEO from the perspective of one of the world’s biggest mobile operators.

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(00:19) How many markets and languages is Vodafone operating in?

Key takeaways:
– Vodafone operates in 22 core markets and 65+ partner markets and has 438 million mobile customers.

(01:18) What are the fundamentals that you need to have in place as a centralised manager of an international SEO project?

Key takeaways:
– Vodafone built an SEO community within the company with social channels and webinars where all the SEO specialists can share their knowledge and expertise.
– Vodafone allows different markets to try different strategies and then present these case studies to the rest of the group. Successful strategies can then be adopted by the rest of the company.

(04:40) How do you effectively communicate with your global teams where they have to adhere to brand guidelines and where they have the freedom to be different?

Key takeaways:
– Vodafone has global brand guidelines and provides assets for a wide variety of things, for example for app store icons and for individual marketing campaigns.

(06:06) When it comes to reporting and analysing data, it must be a challenge if you’ve got teams in each market as they will potentially be collecting data in a slightly different way. What tips do you have for how to centralise reporting and make the process more efficient?

Key takeaways:
– All data needs to be automated in order for centralised reporting to work.
– Gamification has proven to be a successful strategy to motivate different markets.

(09:13) In your experience, what has been the most effective way to manage geo-targeting on such a large scale?

Key takeaways:
– Implementing hreflang tags has been incredibly useful and effective.
– You should also ensure that your content is specifically tailored to each market you are targeting.

(10:15) How do you deal with duplicate content on such a large international website?

Key takeaways:
– Many tools now allow you to identify where you have duplicate content.
– Having a dedicated process with regards to duplicate content within the SEO team also helps.

(11:12) A mobile operator needs to have a good mobile experience! How do you make sure that your mobile website and app are top-notch?

Key takeaways:
– Vodafone has been concentrating on mobile optimisation strategies such as app indexation and deep linking.
– The implementation of AMP (accelerated mobile pages) has also been important.
– It is advisable to use a tag management system as an SEO data layer. It is useful for running proof of concepts and getting around blockages.

If you’re interested in finding out more on international SEO, check out a selection of our guides and videos on the subject here:

Siteliner | Website Duplicate Content Checker Tool | SEO tools – Part 48


Siteliner is a free service that evaluates the website and reveals issues such as duplicate content and broken links which can affect the search engine ranking of the website. Duplicate content in large amount is considered as black hat and leads to the website being black listed. So, only use duplicate content in minimal amount wherever necessary. If this amount is large-always provide reference from where it’s taken.

This video tutorial on Siteliner explains how to use it to find duplicate content and broken links in the website.

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Fixing duplicate content in WordPress



Duplicate content is a major SEO issue and by default WordPress creates lots of it. Fortunately it is easy to correct the problem once you know about it. This video explains how and where WP creates these extra pages and how to let Google know what it should be paying attention to. Focus search engine results on the pages of your site that matter and improve your site visitor’s experience. Make Google happy, your visitors happy and you happy – everyone wins with a simple fix.

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