Copying Content – Still Valuable, or A Thing of The Past?
Within the virtual world of the internet, “content” is to “money” in real life. Content is our commodity, it is what people trade all around the world. But is “other people’s content” actually valuable?
There are many specialists out there that believe that content that has been copied is not valuable anymore and may actually penalize your website online for listing such content but I on the other hand beg to differ.
Ezine article directories world wide consistently list the same ol’ content as the other. They all pull into the same pool of authors who ultimately submit the same articles to each directory. My question is this, if copied content is not valuable anymore, why is it that these article directories are some of the most popular websites world wide?
See if you break down the authors article, you start to get clues as to why “copied content” can still be mistaken for original content.
Title & Author Stay The Same, But The Rest Is Not Just Gravy:
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