RE-BLOGGING, According to Kim ::: "Correctly cited sources are not regarded as duplicate content (as long as they are not multiple copies on the same blog). Correct citation is a method of avoiding the duplicate content penalty. We can also (optionally) use the canonical field in your SEO settings to ensure Google knows where the original lives. "RE-BLOGGING is already a "happening thing" - it's all the rage on Pinterest & Tumblr, which are beginning to dominate, have reblogging as a vital part of their platforms. A huge percentage of the posts on Tumblr are reblogged content.
Follow these RULES!
(1) Select any post you feel your readers may enjoy and publish it on your site. Simply mention me, Dave Lucas, as the author, dofollow link to the original and you’re good to go. Very similar to guest blogging – only reblogging instead.
(2) What You Can Not Do:
You can not break, remove or replace internal links. Editing within the post itself is also not permissible. You can not no-follow the attribution link, since that would no longer be a correct giving of credit where it’s due.
Just like what Kim says, there’s marvelous content in my archives: Low-hanging fruit waiting to be picked by YOU and YOUR BLOG! THOUSANDS of articles! Posts that your readers likely have never seen even if they read my humble weblog!
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