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I clicked the Sphinn logo expecting to vote and am surprised this wasn’t already here. I found it very interesting; mea culpa if it is "old news" to the SEO crowd.
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from Sebastian 3611 Days ago #
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Thanks Rose :) This is buried in the archives of Sphinn day #2 or so under my old and ugly blog’s URL and didn’t get much attention due to the crappy description and fewer sphinners back then. I think the true story of Google’s failed mindset implementation is interesting for SEOs chasing hard facts, so I hope Danny isn’t too picky with this near duplicate submission.

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from flyingrose 3608 Days ago #
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Everyone who could be a valuable contributor here isn’t going to know what has been submitted before. Unless some mechanism for searching to determine that is provided (and possibly even if it is), hopefully some tolerance for innocent duplications will be the norm. Since ebay shows up for everything and clients are going to ask why I felt this was something we needed to know - at least I wanted to know anyway.

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from Sebastian 3607 Days ago #
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Tolerance is the norm at Sphinn. Top ranking wikipedia stubs and irrelevant ebay dupes on each and every first SERP is Graywolf’s domain. I was too late with my debunking of the true story.

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