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    Amazon content: Good for SEO?
    I'm thinking of adding hundreds (if not thousands) of Amazon pages to my website. This will include the Editorial reviews and user reviews.

    I was wondering if I should tell Google not to spider my Amazon pages.

    Would Google consider all those pages as duplicate spam?

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    I have seen sites that niche the market with amazon products and they do come up on the first page of results at google. I would not do an entire duplicate amazon site, but if you have a site that is specific to birds for instance, then having amazon products that fit to the pages I feel would be perfect.
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    Beware of duplicate content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poopie Nubert
    I have seen sites that niche the market with amazon products and they do come up on the first page of results at google. I would not do an entire duplicate amazon site, but if you have a site that is specific to birds for instance, then having amazon products that fit to the pages I feel would be perfect.
    I do plan on building a page specifically focused towards one theme. But this "theme" encompasses a LOT of products. There are hundreds of books written about this topic, scores of movies, and thousands of related amazon shop products. So there will be a lot of dup pages created.

    Does the fact that all the products are theme-specific save me from the dreaded dup-content penalty?

    P.S. That flying Mallard wind spinner looks really cool.

    Michael, so your advice then, is to put like a "no follow" tag to those pages?

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    [QUOTE=pokerturkey
    P.S. That flying Mallard wind spinner looks really cool.[/QUOTE]

    They are... of course the turkey windsock is right up there too this time of year!
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    Yeah, I have quite a soft spot for turkeys as well.

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