Google Duplicate Content Filters & an Interview of Dave Naylor

Get seen First:
DaveN posts about how Google duplicate content filters have a tendancy to reward the first spotting of content.

Interview:
Interesting stuff Dave. I should interview him, oh wait, I just did :)

I think the key takehomes from his interview are:

  • trust & friendship are HUGE in the SEO space

  • the importance of collecting data

but the interview is well worth reading for all. Thanks again for the interview Dave :)

Published: July 5, 2005 by Aaron Wall in interviews

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Comments

July 5, 2005 - 8:02pm

Rather interesting.. So Say if my Keep up the good work.
[link spam removed] Blog was the 1st page WITH the content, but was indexed after someone else copied and posted to the content, then the person who was "listed" first, would get the credit?

Dominic
July 6, 2005 - 9:45am

Great interview Aaron, cheers.

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