As I sometimes syndicate my blog to other sites (that get more traffic than mine :-)), I recently got pushback from a company that asked me (persistently) to write a commentary on one of its blogs. I complied with "How Twitter Uses Twitter for Recruiting," using a large part of its blog (to set the stage) and then adding my own perspective. As a result, I believe my own blog is very different from the original blog. Nevertheless, the company that asked me to add my perspective was now concerned about getting penalized by Google for duplicate content. ...
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