I've been working away on Squidoo for a long while now.In that time I've found good keyword phrases that pay well and don't have much competition. A few pay very well indeed.
What I was wondering is- if I were to take those keyword phrases and write new articles for them, copyscape pure, and publish them here, will I will have a problem with Google? I mean will exploiting the same keywords on separate sites with the same adsense account be a problem? They wouldn't be linked in any way, though they would be competing against each other.
If they are completely different articles then there would be no problem, and I WOULD link them together especially if you are delivering different information on the same topic.
Thanks livewithrichard I'm still a little nervous. I know that Google doesn't like articles that have similar content linked together. What I am thinking of is using different content but identical keyword phrases. Unavoidably, some of the links on the pages would be identical.
I was wondering if anyone who writes both Squidoo and Hubpages has experience of the issue.
What Google doesn't like is duplicate content. As long as your articles on the different sites are not identical, you should have no problem. I run the same AdSense account on a variety of sites and interlink them and have had no problems.
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