Minutes ago, I had someone ask me how they can make their “personalized duplicate content” search engine friendly. How can they SEO their duplicate content that is personalized to users. I found it somewhat funny and wanted to share the term with you.
Here is the post on Twitter:
This can mean a lot of things, of course, but at the essence – this is what Google does not want you to do.
Is this talking about taking someone else’s content and changing it slightly to rank? Is it talking about taking your own content and tweaking it slightly for long tail searches? Is it talking about embedding related content under your main content (if so that last case is fine).
Anyway, the term “personalized duplicate content” was something too fun, I had to share with you all.
Forum discussion at Twitter.
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