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NOVEMBER 17, 2011 [Top-Level Domain] Duplicate Content in a Post-Panda World
Top Users. They are: (1) True Duplicates, (2) Near Duplicates, and (3) Cross-domain Duplicates. 3) Cross-domain Duplicates. Contrary to what some people believe, cross-domain duplicates can be a problem even for legitimate, syndicated content. Log in. Sign up. Feedback.
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MAY 3, 2010 [Top-Level Domain] What Makes Google Tick? Hundreds of Items Used in their Search Algorithm
I like the approach that both used when compiling their lists as they were sorted by category if you will and included elements from the following: Domain Architecture Server-side issues Content Interlinking Page-specific signals Keyword prominence Outbound links from a site Backlinks Visitor behaviour Filters and Penalties Other With that, here is a combined variation of Ann and Pauls lists: Domain: 13 Signals 1. Domain registration information hidden/anonymous 4.