I have a client who wants to purchase multiple domains and park them all so they all lead to her existing site. These are not URLs a user is likely to ever enter into an address bar manually – she thinks that if people search for these words in Google, her parked domain will come up as a result because the words are in the domain name. Then the user is directed to her site.
I know that Google says this about duplicate content (emphasis mine):
Don’t create multiple pages, subdomains, or
Is this the kind of behavior they are talking about? I don’t think her tactic is a smart one, but I’d like to be able to explain to her why it’s a bad idea.
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