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    How to take action against duplicate content?

    Hello Everyone,

    Kindly share your experience in Duplicate content, and how you take down from another website?

    When you know someone to copy and paste some content from your website and using on his website.

    What steps have been taken in it at your side to take that content to remove or down from another website?



    Waiting for the revert?

    Thanks
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    An option for dealing with duplicate content is to utilize the rel=canonical tag. The rel=canonical tag passes the same amount of link juice (ranking power) as a 301 redirect, and often takes much less development time to implement. The tag is part of the HTML head of a web page.

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    Perceive copy content on your site.

    Decide your favored URLs.

    Be predictable on your site.

    Apply 301 lasting sidetracks where fundamental and conceivable.

    Execute the rel="canonical" connect component on your pages where you can.



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    You may use the tools to check the duplicate content of any webpage. Some best tools to check duplicate content are following
    a) grammarly
    b) Plagiarismcheck.org

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    You can take action against duplicate content to follow these steps.
    a) Be consistent about your internal linking
    b) Use top level domain
    c) Syndicate carefully
    d) Understand your content managment system
    e) Minimize similar content

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    Recognize duplicate content on your website.
    Determine your preferred URLs.
    Be consistent on your website.
    Apply 301 permanent redirects where necessary and possible.
    Implement the rel=”canonical” link element on your pages where you can.

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    Duplicate content doesn't cause your site to be penalized. Googlers know that users want diversity in the search results and not the same article over and over, so they choose to consolidate and show only one version. ... Duplicate content is not grounds for action unless its intent is to manipulate search results

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    Recognize duplicate content on your website.
    Determine your preferred URLs.
    Be consistent on your website.
    Apply 301 permanent redirects where necessary and possible.
    Implement the rel=” canonical” link element on your pages where you can.

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