On the Internet, duplicate content is a problem that arises in many different forms. Web users are often faced with identical content when doing online research. Search engines react to identical content with negative rankings, and website operators are frustrated when Google & Co. suddenly stop listing their offers in the search results.
Duplicate content describes a many-faceted phenomenon that occurs on the Internet when identical or similar content appears on various websites. It can involve similar texts or text modules within the same domain (so-called internal duplicate content) or on various web domains (external duplicate content.) The duplicate content can soon become a make-or-break for the successful operation of websites. Similar texts give Internet users the impression that their online research has been pointlessly misrouted and at the same time, deliberate or non-deliberate duplicate content can have a negative influence on ranking given by relevant search engines.
When attempting to achieve the ideal design of an Internet presence for users and search engines, one must always try to create texts that are unique, appealing and captivate the reader’s interest. A Webmaster who is committed to effective user loyalty can create actual added value by using exciting new information instead of repetitive text elements. This fulfills the basic objective of an online offer, increases the reader’s dwell time on the website and, because it appeals to the users, search engines generally reward it with higher rankings.
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