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    as long as the information is not outdated, I can say that it might save your time from creating new ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    If you're going to recycle content, I would strip it from a page - then add the noindex/nofollow meta tag, then go into the Google Webmaster control panel and remove the URL from the index completely. Then shut down the site. Then reuse the content. Doing it this way ensures that it's all gone.
    This is a good idea to strip the content out of the index before reusing it.

    Quote Originally Posted by janicejan View Post
    as long as the information is not outdated, I can say that it might save your time from creating new ones.
    Content creations cost money so recycling can help the bottom line.

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