I was wanting to know what effect it has on traffic/SERPs if you write, let's say, two different articles on the same exact subject on two different sites. So, for instance, you write about racing go-carts on Hubpages and also have an article on racing go-carts on your own site: Logically, I can see that the two articles are competing in the SERPs. So, one could get knocked out or lose traffic. Or you just get more traffic because some of it goes to one site and some goes to the other site. Whichever one is on top in the SERPs, obviously, gets more traffic. Does anyone have any direct experience with the effect of writing on the same exact subject on more than one site? And what is that effect?
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