You may not have even been the one who discovered the duplicate content on your law firm's website, but you know the potential consequences. Duplicate content refers to pieces of content, either on your blog or your website that are directly copied and pasted from someone else's materials.
This is extremely detrimental to your law firm, because Google classifies duplicate content directly as plagiarism. You could have duplicate content on your website and not even be aware of it, but trust me, Google knows.
In addition to being flagged by the search engines, you also face problems associated with another website owning the original content. They may reach out to you with a cease and desist, and request that you take the information down.Read More