Duplicate affiliate content

Duplicate affiliate content
Duplicate affiliate content

Reports state that prominent affiliate pages have been disappearing from Google. Amazon's affiliate pages seem to be the worst affected. Big Bill Kruse suspects that more than adversity to alliteration is afoot. Going by word on the search engine newsgroup, it's looking like Google is getting better at spotting and demoting affiliate content. It could well be that because the same text content is repeated over on every affiliate website that carries it, it gets demoted by Google purely for being duplicate content. I see this as a problem, a growing problem for every affiliate merchant and client using a data feed to power the pages. While the templates folk use may well vary in detail due to individuals customizing them to their taste, mostly they're all variants on the same theme, and of course, they all contain the same few lines of text content in the same order. Repetition of this kind shouldn't be too hard to identify and either ignore from the listings or do whatever, which may well mean that the idea of affiliate websites as we now have them is no longer practical. I've personalized the templates, so it isn't like any of the other websites using the same feed. It still has the same text content, though. Inputting a sample into Google produces, the majority of which we suspect as I'm not going to go through them all to check it absolutely, are built around the same feed. 

The problem here for both affiliates and affiliate merchants and Google is the point in having them at all? If one website has them, namely, the original, where's the point in Google having the rest of them in the index? They all sell the same product for the same price, so why bother to index them? At the moment, it's the battle of the SEO. Why should someone buy a product from my website as opposed to anyone else's? The answer would be, because when they search for products, they find my website before they see any of the others, and there are ways of promoting websites with which we are all familiar here. This can't last. The world only really needs just the one web site for These uniquely designed products and specialty items, and that's the one from the original manufacturers. All the rest constitute duplicate content, and we know what happens to that, it gets filtered out. So, to counter this problem, you could substitute your text for the original, and you could take your photographs of the product. Not a problem for a small website, but many have tens of thousands of pages. How is anyone going to re-write that lot? Any lone affiliate can't begin to, so the idea of affiliate websites as we have them, I think, must inevitably give way to niche websites where the member presents a small range of items in an individual style that will appeal to sure of the buying public. 

The idea is to create a brand of presentation that clients would get to be familiar with and comfortable with. If you look at the items on my crystal gifts website, they're all photographed out of context. In your home, they are unlikely to be suspended in mid-air against a white background, which is how they're presented in the data feed and thus on my website. I'm suggesting taking pictures of items as they might appear in situ, do somewhat mock-up of a down-lit corner table and snap that from a typical viewing angle, or have an item on a coffee-table against a background of muted lights, featuring an expansive sofa, giving a feel of generally relaxed easy-living. By comparison with directly outputting the existing data from the feed, this would cost a bundle, but it might be the real way forward for niche affiliates. Do you know what that would result in? Quality websites. The kind Google professes to like. Meanwhile, though, I suspect people who've built one multiple-product affiliate website and seen it do well and are busily engaged in building more multiple-product websites on the basis that they'll all do well too, are in for many disappointments. I'm trying to go niche in general with my affiliate websites, and I've picked on crystal and glass gift items to work with as I can break down into categories and maximize each group's potential. What I've got then, in effect, is a legion of niche websites all interconnecting. For choice, now that I understand more of the industry than I did when I began with affiliate websites, I'd genuinely like a website that does watches and jewelry, these are the items that people are happiest buying from the web, research has suggested, but I don't know a good feed other than Amazon. I've avoided getting too involved with Amazon as it has the high profile it does and will inevitably attract the most considerable number of affiliates and so likely will be penalised in the earlier days of any affiliate purge. From what I'm hearing, this purge has already begun. 

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Reports state that prominent affiliate pages have been disappearing from Google. Amazon's affiliate pages seem to be the worst affected. Big Bill Kruse suspects that more than adversity to alliteration is afoot. Going by word on the search engine newsgroup, it's looking like Google is getting better at spotting and demoting affiliate content. It could well be that because the same text content is repeated over on every affiliate website that carries it, it gets demoted by Google purely for being duplicate content. I see this as a problem, a growing problem for every affiliate merchant and client using a data feed to power the pages. While the templates folk use may well vary in detail due to individuals customizing them to their taste, mostly they're all variants on the same theme, and of course, they all contain the same few lines of text content in the same order. Repetition of this kind shouldn't be too hard to identify and either ignore from the listings or do whatever, which may well mean that the idea of affiliate websites as we now have them is no longer practical.
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