For years, we were told that duplicating content was bad for SEO...
When LinkedIn's long-form content launched, it became clear that the penalty had a lot to do with spammy practices. Many publishers reported not being slapped by Google at all.
If you don't believe me, the examples in this post will change your mind. Among them, you'll find, one of the biggest proponents of duplicate content. It has helped them get on the radar of millions of people.
Brian Lang also suggests a few tips to make syndication work for you.
Glad to see a post that finally puts the myth to rest!
Google's Pigeon algorithm update changed the way local SEOs do business -- or at least, it should have. Columnist Neil Patel discusses how we should be breaking old habits and refocusing our local search tactics.
All investments for cash-strapped businesses need to drive a clear strategic goal, which is especially challenging in events where a comprehensive understanding of return on investment can be hard to come by.
It’s important to know when to start, the right questions to ask your PR partner and how to come up with a plan that sticks. Here are some common questions we see and advice on how to create a successful PR campaign for any startup.
There is no duplicate content penalty. Yes, really. The issue of duplicate content is a real one for webmasters. But Gary Illyes at SMX this week stressed that duplicate content is not a penalty and that it is just a myth – it is actually a filter.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.