Content is King in the online world, or is it?
If your website has duplicate content, then you are losing the war to competitors as well as missing out on generating greater customer growth and revenue.
Search engine optimization has evolved over many years and will continue to do so in the years to come.
Before the introduction to a plethora of search engine algorithms and their multi-dimensional complexities, it was quite easy to stake your businesses claim to the front page of all major search engines for your respective industry.
There are many advanced SEO techniques that an average person wouldn’t see or ever comprehend when viewing a webpage that can be considered illegal or deceptive SEO.
From shady link building schemes to paid links to keyword stuffing to link stuffing to plagiarizing a competitor’s original content, there were and still are today many ways, some honest while many are deceitful, to arrive at the front page of all major search engines.
In today’s post, we hope to address the Content is King mentality of those businesses operating in gray-hat SEO, whether knowingly or unknowingly.
Today’s focus is publishing duplicate content in an effort to rank higher on the first page search engine results of all major search engines.