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Blog Article Rewriting

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by nam6641, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    Anyone know of a reference that will tell you if your rewritten articles will look OK to search engines or if it will look like shit?

    I am going to test out a few rewriters and want to see how they perform if there is a way to test article quality with respect to search engines.
     
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    copyscape :)
     
  3. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i thought copyscape tells you if the article looks original...

    what i'm looking for is after the article gets rewritten it is all scrambled. i want to know if the scrambled article is acceptable to search engines or if they'll know it is garbage.
     
  4. secretbonus

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    I'm not sure I understand completely what you're getting at, I don't think it's "spam content" unless it's keyword stuffed... But wouldn't it be easier to just read and see if it makes sense to you? Algorithm changes, obviously they can't change too dramatically which is why blackhat works, but can't you tell by reading if it looks like garbage? Why use the spinners that look like garbage if you are testing a bunch of them, if you know eventually google will figure out that it is? Can't you tell by looking which looks best? Why rely on some test of some old algorithm from a year ago, when in 3 months they might figure it out?
    I mean, if some words are still in spanish it's not bien para you, if the "sentence structured isn't then sense it doesn't make any, not you probably should it use", unless there's not a better one.

    There's search engine simulators but that just shows in what order the search engine reads it... and won't tell you that it can't tell what it is. It's more about the article in the context of the layout of the site.

    If you have title tags, H tags, post title, all with your keywords, good linking structure, etc, as long as keyword density of your actual content isn't above something like 5-8% it won't be "spam content" and deindexed, and it will be fine for search engines from what I understand.

    Supposedly there isn't a duplicate conent penality according to google... however I think the site with more authority when it's tagged as "duplicate content" will get a higher rank, and google provides variety in top 10 results so they'll probably ax out one in favor of a slightly lower rank even though there's no actual "penalty" per say. I believe there's software somewhere that checks articles for what percent uniqueness they are, and if you don't want to be axed over a site with the same content but more authority, just go for 25% unique and you'll be fine. I really don't think the sentence structure is that important I've seen some pretty poor structured bad grammer in yahoo answers that still got #1 rank in google ahead of much more easy to understand content, but because the title (question) and details had the right keywords ad because yahoo is authority site it didn't matter that the guy typed like a retarded 11 yr old Yoda who spell he could not.
    Just my two cents. The other way to test would be to just create a blogger account for same title for all of them, tweet all of them, rss announce all of them, and see what ends up as a higher result.
     
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    if its passes copyscape and its readable to the human eyes and isn't too keyword stuffed it should be fine:)
     
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    Good post! I think it is impossible to say more except for G employees. You would have to test considering many ranking factors - sounds pretty difficult. Most people on such questions just write sth like 'yeah, it should work' or whatever - estimations, but what actually and only helps is real experience - not basing on one blog or site but on many. And up to now, I did not find any statement of that type in BHW which has some meaningful numbers included. And certainly those statements if basing on statistical values have only limited validity - the next change in G ranking algorithm will come fro sure.

    BTW @above: what is the purpose of such search engine simulators??? Sorry, but I don't have to try it out to say that they are extremely useless. I don't need statistical data, I just know it :).

     
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  8. biznets

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    The major problem with there re-writers is that they turn your content into unreadable garbage, now I don't supose this matters to big G but visitors to your site are not likely to return again are they. if anyone knows of a decent re-writer that leaves the content acceptable to vistors I would just love to see it.