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Article quality funky after Wordai + Google translate - does it matter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by inmygarage, Jun 3, 2017.

  1. inmygarage

    inmygarage Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I have used wordai to rewrite articles, and then put them through Google translate to get them from english to my language.

    However, they do sound a bit funky. But does it matter at all since I am putting them on an affiliate site, in the sidebar? People are just looking at the products anyway and not reading the text.

    I mean, as long as I have the right keyword multiple places in the article - does it matter if the rest is grammatically funky ?

    But can I still use this for the purpose of ranking in the big G ? The articles are very unique :)
     
  2. KHer0

    KHer0 Supreme Member

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    1 - If you are going to translate it, then you don't have to spin it. Translated content works just fine without any spinning
    2 - Wordai is enough to destroy the readability of any article
    3 - No it won't matter as long as your visitors don't care about it. As long as there is no duplicate and your visitor don't run away from your website, you are good to go :)
     
  3. inmygarage

    inmygarage Newbie

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    Thanks sensei :) !