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Yet another duplicate content question
tkroll

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Msg#: 1351 posted 1:03 pm on May 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

I have a web site selling widgets. There are many different widget categories. Under each category is a number of pages with widgets in the category. On each page is photos of the widget, its specific details, and text describing each widgets' properties, history, etc.

This descriptive text will be the same on each individual widget page within the category and makes up a bulk of the page content. The rest is links--some static, some change on each load.

This text is essential for the each page and meant to sell the item not help ranking (well, not mostly).

I'm worried about setting off the duplicate content sirens. Any advice?

 

patoruzu

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Msg#: 1351 posted 12:15 am on May 25, 2005 (gmt 0)

I don't understand very well why, if the widgets under a category are different, the descriptive text is the same for each one. Anyway, I prudently would maintain that text as a minority percentage of the whole text on each page.

I suggest you to post this question in the Google News forum, where there are lots of members well informed about this topic.

tkroll

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Msg#: 1351 posted 1:26 am on May 25, 2005 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the reply. I will repost under Google News.

The text explains the characteristics of the widget type and is the same for each widget in a category.

For example, suppose I'm selling cars (I'm not). I have a coupe category with many items. For each specific coupe in the cat, I include text explaining general features of the coupe.

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