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Anyone who publishes a content has had to deal with being scraped, repurposed, and remixed. While it's easy to say all scraping is bad. there several beneficial ones, who benefit the users, and the site owners by aggregating topical traffic, and sending users onto the source.At the other end of the spectrum are re-bloggers who take source material distill it down to "soundbyte" style easily scan-able content, that in some cases get more traffic than the more in depth source material. There are lessons to be learned from looking at both the good and the bad sides of aggregators.
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