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About 60% Of The Internet Contains Duplicate Content, Google New Research

Our current world is pretty strange. And, as time goes on, we see more unexpected positions emerge in the tech sector. According to a new Google report, duplicate material is gradually but steadily becoming a major concern for obvious reasons. Google’s Gary Illyes shared the PowerPoint during the Google Search Central Live event in Singapore a few months ago.

This particular slide was stolen from a tweet published by Kenichi Suzuki, who happened to be in attendance at the occasion where such a shocking revelation was made. Many individuals began to wonder what the dominating search engine Google considered duplicate.

Some individuals wondered if this meant a precise copy, a comparable match, a similar subject, HTML, or something else. Keep in mind that there are numerous options.

According to the main search engine, there is a plethora of information, which provides it with a wide variety of possibilities for what to rank and what not to rank. The astounding 60% figure reveals Google’s vast selection even further. As a result, you must provide content that is unique and more value than what is currently available online.

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