Matt Cutts Talks About Ecommerce Duplicate Content

More about duplicate content this week!  As I’ve mentioned in my previous post, duplicate content is a topic that always comes up with SEO.  Here is another video by Matt Cutts, Google’s head of spam team, discussing duplicate content issues for ecommerce sites. The question is: What can e-commerce sites do that sell products which [...]

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