Re: Duplicate Content Penalties
- From: "--Fred--" <canadian_web@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2006 13:09:47 -0500
"Big Bill" <kruse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Mon, 6 Feb 2006 11:37:46 -0500, "--Fred--"
"JimD" <jamesdaltrey@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
This site rank highly for "St Barts", http://www.stbarth.com/
But has identical content to http://www.stbarthrealestate.com/ which
ranks nowhere for the same key phrase..
Both home pages have a PR5
I was under the impression that both sites would be penalised?
We inadvertantly (?) had a mirror site for reasons of ignorance, which
we thought we had been penalised for, but if the people above can get
away with this, perhaps this is not the case....
If anyone could shed any light on this?
It's a roll of the dice, but the nice are not friendly. When they go bad,
they go bad hard. You take your chances. The real problem is your
competitors, or wanabee spam police, and if someone else wants to hurt the
web site, they will report it.
Personally, I went the way of mirror sites and got my knuckles crushed. I
don't recommend it to anyone anymore.
You went mirror sites plural, though Fred, which may make a
difference. It looks like intent as opposed to plain old anyone can
make a mistake-ness.
Oh ya. When I went to mirror sites it was in a big way. I had, I think, 15
of them going on at the same time. My plan was to revised one a day
significantly and swap em' around to avoid detection. Like a true
gunslinger, I met my match one day, got the main site banned from Google and
it affected some of my clients web sites too.
Happily, things are almost back to normal.
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