The Solution to Duplicate Content

Noone likes searching for something on the internet and seeing multiple sites with the same information on them. So to improve the users’ experience, Google is very hard on those who post duplicate content, their own or stolen from others.

So how do you find out if your content is unique? How do you know if your writers are writing original articles or just copying and pasting someone else’s? You now have a tool to find this out for you. It’s called Plagium. Plagium.com is a very simple tool. You enter a paragraph into the field, and it finds out if it’s unique or not, shows you how many times it’s been used, and where it’s located.

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Forum Roundup: Online Marketing Questions Answered

You got questions?  Well…we got answers.

Throughout the week, members of my BusinessInnerCircle.com website ask questions on our forums.  The members help each other, and my staff are there to answer questions as well.  And on Tuesday nights I answer a few of the forum questions live on my show. Two great questions were posed this past week in the forums, so I decided to answer them on the show.

Question 1 was about article writing, its value and the issue of duplicate content.

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