When Search Engine Robots crawl through the content on your website, they compare content to other sites online, or duplicate content check within articles. If your content is the same as thousands of other sites, it may be marked as spam. This means your possibility of top search engine rankings decreases significantly. 
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When Search Engine Robots crawl through the content on your website, they compare content to other sites online, or duplicate content check within articles. If your content is the same as thousands of other sites, it may be marked as spam. This means your possibility of top search engine rankings decreases significantly. 

For More Info Visit: carbon copy product descriptions mean duplicate content @FutureRanking.com

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According to Google’s blog spot, Google has implemented yet another change, attempting to make for safer searches.  Now all of you who believe that Google really cares about your anonymity through searches raise your digital hand… Well, before your mind implodes trying to raise a digital hand I’ll just say they don’t check it 

According to Google’s blog spot, Google has implemented yet another change, attempting to make for safer searches.  Now all of you who believe that Google really cares about your anonymity through searches raise your digital hand… Well, before your mind implodes trying to raise a digital hand I’ll just say they don’t check it 

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2. Start discussions. One of the factors we’re looking at are the conversations and discussions surrounding you and your content. If a friend or follower posts something you like or want to know more about, start a discussion about it. Don’t just put out content and then disappear – wait for any responses from your network and engage with them. Try occasionally asking a question of you network — I’ve personally found some great tips and products that way — and it’ll foster a closer connection with your audience.

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Get Your Klout Up: Part II

2. Start discussions. One of the factors we’re looking at are the conversations and discussions surrounding you and your content. If a friend or follower posts something you like or want to know more about, start a discussion about it. Don’t just put out content and then disappear – wait for any responses from your network and engage with them. Try occasionally asking a question of you network — I’ve personally found some great tips and products that way — and it’ll foster a closer connection with your audience.

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