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5 Ways To Reduce The Chances Your Pages Won`t Get The Duplicate Content Penalty
By: Marty Fiegl
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    - Buy a Private Label Rights membership and get 100+ PLR articles a month. This is OK if you find a site like or where you can trust the creator of the site and its userbase (and they limit the number of articles).

    - If you already have PLR articles or a membership you could get a article re-writer to re create the articles. These can be expensive and some don't work very well.

    Sidenote: If you don't believe there's a duplicate content penalty then another reason to not have the exact same content would be because if 100 people before you put the content on their site they were indexed first and will most likely rank much higher then you for the same thing. No ones going to page 100 to find your copy of the same content.

    Ok, so you can do the above but those aren't the 5 ways I was referring to in the subject. In fact I'm talking about going beyond this.

    Why? Because, you may be thinking duplicate content is an apples to apples comparison of two websites for the same content and if there's enough percentage different then it won't be duplicate content.

    This is NOT 100% true. In fact it's not 50% true.

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