Is It Safe Against Plagiarism To Curate Content With Attribution From Google Snippet?

By April

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In episode 262 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if it is safe against plagiarism to curate content with attribution from Google snippet.

The exact question was:

Further trying to develop relevancy on a food tour page, so that google understands exactly what we do. I put together a folder of articles that answer various questions about Food Tours “”What is a food tour?”” or “”Why take a food tour?”” type articles. I curated all the content from online and didn't change much inside the article but dressed up the Doc with Photos and Links. on the safe side, I added at the bottom where I found the original content but didn't actually link it. Q1. Should that be safe enough if I wanted to embed that folder of docs onto my google site to avoid any sort of plagirism penalty? 2. Is curating alot content about a topic, putting it inside the drive stack, then pointing links to your money site the correct way to push relevancy for your money site?

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