When you post links on Google+ to your Hubpage articles, and excerpt of your article is posted there.
When searching for content thieves, that Google+ post appears in your searches.
Do search engines see this as identical content and therefore drop your search relevancy, or does Google search algorithm know that the two are linked?
No, it does not see it as identical content, or no, the Google search algorithm does not know the two are linked?
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