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Google's Matt Cutts on Content Stitching

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Via Google Webmaster Help Youtube Channel

Google’s go-to-guy when it comes to SEO matters, Matt Cutts was asked if it’s okay for him to create a new article by putting together a series of thoughts through various sources but cited properly.  The answer was very straightforward, no; it is not a good practice.

Dubbed by Yahoo as the art of “stitching,” this technique was frown upon not just by search engines but by many. Since what it does just copy a lot of personal thoughts and ideas by others without the other have to think about it.

Remember that having well written original content will add more value to a site than having a copy & pasted one.  But if the gathered data and information are necessary to an article, what you can do is present them in a new light and simplify them.

Don't know what to do with your site's information? Use them and turn them into a beautiful article, a great infographic, or an informative press release.

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