39429Re: Duplicate content problem?
- Nov 1, 2009Steve,
What you describe below is more ambitious than what I was thinking. My thought was to simply start a new blog (not a new podcast) and create a new post whenever a news event relates to one of my old podcast episodes. This post would be short and then just link over to the podcast episode on my other site.
--- In email@example.com, Stephen Eley <SFEley@...> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 7:41 AM, Michael B
> <michael.britt@...> wrote:
> > That's okay, right? I remember hearing about the problem of "duplicate content" (which I don't fully understand) and I wasn't sure if this scenario fit that issue.
> I'm not _totally_ sure I understand your scenario here, but to the
> extent that I _think_ I understand it, it shouldn't be a problem. If
> you make a second podcast pointing to selected episodes from your
> first podcast, what you'll have is two podcasts. People will get
> duplicate episodes if they subscribe to both -- but that's a listener
> choice, and not something I think anyone should get up in arms about.
> It happens to me occasionally when two podcasts I subscribe to release
> the same content (e.g., one podcaster interviews another) and I just
> shrug and skip one of them.
> Have Fun,
> Steve Eley (sfeley@...)
> ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
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