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    That “one place” is defined as a location with a unique website address (URL) - so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, you've got duplicate content. While not technically a penalty, duplicate content can still sometimes impact search engine rankings.


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    That "one spot" is characterized as an area with a novel site address (URL) - along these lines, if a similar substance shows up at more than one web address, you have copy content. While not actually a punishment, copy substance can in any case in some cases sway web crawler rankings.


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    That “one place” is defined as a location with a unique website address (URL) - so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, you've got duplicate content. While not technically a penalty, duplicate content can still sometimes impact search engine rankings.


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    Never Two website doesn't contain same content


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    No, you'll be penalized by every single major search engine. Focus on building unique and quality content on both websites instead. How do I use content from another website without being penalised by Google Search? Technically, there is no “duplication penalty”.


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    It isn't easy to answer this question. I don't know much about it. But if you think logically, then you should do SEO optimization for one site. The other site will conflict and go to zero. That is, there is very little sense, and I do not see any benefit in this. If you see the benefits here, please explain. I believe that it is better to address such a question to professional people. There are special headquarters where people think about how to optimize better and build optimization strategies. Again, I am looking for such an agency. I advise you to refer to this site (https://www.danielfoley.co.uk). But if you have any recommendations, please also unsubscribe.


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    That “one place” is defined as a location with a unique website address (URL) - so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, you've got duplicate content. While not technically a penalty, duplicate content can still sometimes impact search engine rankings.


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    While not technically a penalty, duplicate content can still sometimes impact search ... Link equity can be further diluted because other sites have to choose between ... This occurs when each user that visits a website is assigned a different ... and "site.com" (with and without the "www" prefix)


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    The words copy content punishment strike dread in the hearts of advertisers. Individuals with no SEO experience utilize this expression constantly. Most have never perused Google's rules on copy content. The day another site went live, a sluggish PR firm duplicated the landing page text Myth #2: Scrapers Will Hurt Your Site.


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    That won't be possible now as Google has updated much and its a beast now as compared to the old days when it was a cat!


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