But because GMB posts expire after 7 days, reusing the same post again and again for the same location doesn't seem like it would be a bad user experience to me. Especially if you are not the type of business that gets repeat customers all the time.On the first, it would not be good user experience to have repetitive posts, don't know if there is an actual penalty.
Hi @djbaxter, I am just curious about what you said here. I have seen this said before so it has made me wonder for a while.Duplicate content has never been penalized, ever, in Google search in any of its forms. It's just ignored so it may not help.
Ok, so in the situation that I described of one SAB copying the content from another SAB from a different, instead of a penalty of a lower ranking, it would just not show up at all? The ultimate penalty.Not exactly. Where there is duplicate content where one is an exact copy of the other, one of the copies is ignored by Google. It's not that difficult to identify which version was first and even if Google missed it eventually it would l;ikely be reported by someone,.
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