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Rand Fishkin’s take on Google live chat session: "Rather than attack the content provided by the Googlers directly, I thought it would be more valuable to provide the answers from Google alongside the answers I would have given. Hopefully, in this fashion, I can better explain my fears about how Google is communicating with website owners and marketers."
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from ankitrawat 2278 Days ago #
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Great answers rand !! Hatts off !!

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from sza 2278 Days ago #
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The sad state of affairs is: Hi Jonathan, when building your site and considering [whatever], it’s best to always think, "could it unwittingly trip a search engine filter after which you will struggle to recover even with the best of intentions?"

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from SlightlyShadySEO 2277 Days ago #
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While I think it’s great Google is even pretending to answer these questions, I think it’s safe to say their answers would have set off their own "duplicate content" filters.

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from rhcerff 2276 Days ago #
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Hahahaha... very well put SlightlyShadySEO!

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