I have been experimenting with Custom RSS Feeds and have some hubs with two tagword feeds.
These RSS feeds are being submitted at the same submission sites. If two RSS feeds have a couple of hubs that are the same, does this represent a problem for the submission sites? Or Google, or ?
I have no idea, and have not found an answer in searching.
Thanks in advance.
For Google, no, it should not be a problem. In most cases, Google does a good job at figuring out duplicate content and should attribute it to the right place.
However, you might run into some problems with third-party sites, if it looks like you are purposely creating duplicate links for your site.
You might want to read through there terms of service and see if they make any mention of double-posting or cross-posting.
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