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Automated content

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Stoy4ik, Sep 18, 2014.

  1. Stoy4ik

    Stoy4ik Newbie

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    Hi,
    I have read some posts that are covering part of my question, but unfortunately none of them answer it fully. That's why i would like to give you an example and seek for some help to resolve current issue.
    I tried some automated tools for social networks and really liked them.
    Then I thought to start a new blog (if to be more specific - not a blog, but news website). It could be entertaining niche or tech or travel, in fact it does not matter which one.
    There are lots of automated content news websites now offered on market.
    As I understand those website are getting news from rss of another websites.
    Sounds cool, like you don't need to write content yourself etc. However, what I am trying to understand is - will it be good for SEO ? If my website just publishes rss feed from other sources, it does not have original content and as we know Google does not like duplicated content. Am I correct ? So you will need to get traffic from other sources like Social Networks. Personally I don't think it is a good idea to rely purely on Social networks.
    Also , I would like to know about BUzz Feed and similar websites? How they manage to get so much traffic ? If I am not mistaken , very often they don't write original content at all.
    So the main questions are:
    - is there any way to organize automated content posting from rss feeds of other websites and not be penalized by Google ?
    - is there any way to avoid text spinning and writing new content? (at least in beginning of the project)
    - how to get traffic for this kind of website ?
    Any suggestions ?
     
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  2. rakesh21

    rakesh21 Registered Member

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    if you find.. share with us pls!
     
  3. gary2

    gary2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if what you are saying is true.... this gonna be helpful pl share the links....
     
  4. corvidmemory

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    There is scrapebox as always. Can auto-spin content, however you have to somewhat be involved in the process to ensure readability.
     
  5. MissioneR

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    Yeah the automated tools will attracts well in the start as it reduces our manual effort.. But it is harmful in some extend for your website.. If you wanna use your sites for use and throw purpose then do prefer these kind of automated sites as you said..

    Obviously, It's not good for SEO and you're correct that Google never likes duplicated contents.. If you use the duplicated contents the result will be zero for your new website.. You should use the unique content for a good start and later you can move bit to such automated tools..

    *Yeah, use GSA automated tool which is in top three position and also scrapbox.. GSA is more safe than scrapbox.. You can use GSA to stay safely without getting penalized by Google..
    *Hope, there is no way to avoid spin content manually.. (will update if I get some points)
    *Get links from high authority site related to the niche.. Prefer both D* & N* follow links.. If you go with d* follow links alone then it will affect your site.. G will find this as a paid links and it may go as negative SEO..
     
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