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ASCII Code in web 2.0 POSTS

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by mikey9991, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. mikey9991

    mikey9991 Regular Member

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    My same question - see below.

    Wondering if new ASCII posting techniques for unique content used in Content Huricane and now implemented in SpinnerChief PRO works for our web 2.0 properties content creation and uniqueness for link building.

    Any suggestions?


    Thanks,
    Mike
     
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    mikey9991 Regular Member

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    No one knows the answer???
     
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    Datalore Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Can you explain what ASCII posting techniques are? I have never heard of that term or technique before, and would guess is why you aren't receiving any responses.
     
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    It's the same as what Spinner Chief uses in its program called Content Hurricane.

    It's gibirish but machine can read it "us feel quite a lot of" is actually & # 116 ; & # 104 ; & # 116 ; & # 104; (characters and numbers).
     
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    check out the video at contenthurricane dot com to get a clear explanation.
     
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    Interesting. It seems from the video from contenthurricane that he is using a blogger blog, which indeed would be a web2.0. I wonder if google would be able to detect this as unique content, even if copyscape doesn't. Or, even though it is unique, would google rank your property or count it accordingly as contextually relevant to the keywords within the article.
     
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    i found that my pages got de-indexed when using wpunique and i am pretty sure it uses the same method
     
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    No it doesn't. I can assure you of that.
     
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    Do you know if using this technique would still keep the context relevant? I am more interested in having my content and keywords stay relevant than unique.
     
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    My website got all fucked by google. I'm not using the ascii bullshit on my website anymore.

    I was page one to two. Late February page 4. Now, my Domain is not even showing up. Wasted my time. I'm not using no ASCII bull no mo'.
     
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    Maybe that is down to some other factor?
     
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    If you use Content Hurricane you can add keywords to the 'protect' tab so that they will not be processed. This keeps your context relevant.
     
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    mikey9991 Regular Member

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    I spoke to soon but as soon as I removed two plugins, 3 days later, I'm back. Maybe it's a coincidence?? I don't know, but I will just have to leave it as is without the plugins.
     
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    If the html generated by Content Hurricane is still in your blog posts then it can't possibly be the cause of your earlier problems.
     
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    I'm 50/50 on this one, I mean if you program search engine rankings, you would probably be thinking this ahead and put a blacklist on this method, I mean you can easily do this now HTML5 is becoming a standard.
     
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    I don't use content hurricane. I use wpunique. But you're probably right. I don't really know what cause me to be gone for 2-3 months. Perhaps its the scrapebox that got me all the links to my site.


    xbox,

    That is why I'm no longer using the ascii codes since I'm thinking long term. I'm putting plenty of time on my sites and I just don't want that to go to waste.

    Mike
     
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