RE: How does Google identify duplicate content?

Yes, you’re right   You know one thing, It’s one of the most important criteria of the Page Quality rating. Yes, duplicate content is that appears on the internet more than one place. That means “one place” is defined as a place/location with a unique website address (URL) so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, then it is called as a duplicate content.

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