thedonald123 - 5:29 pm on Nov 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
From the article:
When there are two identical documents on the web, Google will pick the one with higher PageRank and use it in results. It will also forward any links from any perceived "duplicate" towards the selected "main' document.
Does this mean that as long as my website is ranking higher than all the sites stealing my content, they are now passing their PageRank /link juice to me?
And what about the inverse? If my Panda/Penguin/EMD penalized websites are ranking below the sites which stole my content does that mean that Google is giving them my PageRank /link juice?
The implications would be pretty amazing, actually mind-boggling.