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submitting for link pop

 1:41 am on Oct 1, 2000 (gmt 0)

I have created a page that lists a number of my clients with links to their sites and descriptions about the site. Each client (on their homepage) has the link to a copy of this page that I have placed on their domain.

I am a little worried about submitting the link page for each site, considering it has the same content.

Should I be concerned or am I being paranoid?




 2:11 am on Oct 1, 2000 (gmt 0)

There is some reason for concern. You have duplicate content on many different domains, and that can lead to complications.

I would suggest either linking all the client sites to the main page on your domain, or else craft decidedly different pages for each client site, still retaining the important links.


 2:40 am on Oct 1, 2000 (gmt 0)

Thanks tedster,

Looks as if Sunday morning will be spent writing unique content over coffee and yawns.



 7:00 am on Oct 3, 2000 (gmt 0)

It really depends on how close they are to one another content wise. It really doesn't take much to make two pages appear different to a spider. Regardless of what some of the se's say, it's my experience, only 5 quality non-stop words will make a page appear different to all the majors.

You can also do somethings in the html such as one page use absolute addressing and the other relative - one page use alt tags in your images - sprinkle in a little css or some extra font tags, or use a double nbsp; separated br's instead of that p tag. The goal is to make the pages about 1k different from each other in pure disk size.

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