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adding vendors articles to my website id syndicating?

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  1. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    As a CB affiliate, I am going to copy the articles which are placed in affiliate page of my vendor website and paste them to my review website, is this duplicating (which results no google ranking), or it is syndicating (Which might cause google ranking)?

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    That's copy and pasting, ie duplicating. Your website will NOT rank in search engines and if you are currently ranking, you will likely get penalized.

    That's one of the top rules of SEO: duplicate content does not rank.

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  3. Freddyjames

    Freddyjames Senior Member

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    Don't get in the habit of copying stuff - those articles will be next to useless for a website. For email marketing they are fine but your page won't get ranked, and will give you a perpencity to start copying stuff over and over.

    I did this once: I had written 8 reviews in a day and had one more to write. I was tired so I basically copied/pasted a review from a different review site and changed a few words around.

    5 days later I got slapped with a DMCA Copywrite notice and the page vanished from searches in google. I changed it all the next day, rewrote everything and resubmitted my article, informing DMCA. It took almost 3 months for that page to get indexed by google again, and to this day does not appear in the top 300 searches whereas the other articles appear in the top 10.

    Lesson learned - don't copy stuff, don't be lazy, write your own or buy original content.
     
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  4. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Thank you Mancar,

    So why it is duplicating while I add a hoplink which finally directs my article to the source (ie the vendor's page)?
    If it is duplicating so what is the definition of syndicating pleas?

    Thanks again.
     
  5. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Thank you, So can I use a spinner to spin the articles and then check the result manually and trim/modify it? Can google still notice that or I am ok?

    I think slapped due to DMCA Copywrite is different than copying and pasting the affiliate articles, isn't it?

    So your article link got deindexed or the whole your website?

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    Freddyjames Senior Member

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    I repeat....Don't get in the habit of copying stuff - those articles will be next to useless for a website.
     
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  7. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Thank you.

    I am going to do that just for a few articles which I am going to put in my micro niche website (it is a review website). So you mean that even spinning the articles can case problems?! Is that what you mean buddy? If I manually change the wordings but not the structure of the article, Is this ok or google can catch me?

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  8. NeyDollar

    NeyDollar Newbie

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    Don't just copy and paste stuff, that won't get you anywhere.

    If you really don't know where to start then you can do what I do when I lack inspiration for material. Read another article/review on the product from another source, then step away from the computer with a pen and a pad and try to rewrite that article/review in your own words as if you were trying to simplify it for someone.

    This will give you a good starting point and once you're into it you'll know how to fine tune it to make it a better post.

    I actually picked this tip up from one of the popular "manosphere" blog guys.

    If you can't do that then your best bet would be to hire someone to write the article/review for you. But you must stress to that person the importance of the content being original.