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Building tier 2 in different language

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tranza, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. tranza

    tranza Power Member

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    Due to the lack of a good spinner in my primary language (spanish), i have to spin by hand all the text that i use on my tier two which is a pain in the ass. Do you think it would be viable to do my tier 2 in english?.
     
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    Its Okay to do it in English. You can go ahead on it.
     
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    There is no problem in languages... your product or service is in all over world means it will double for your website! forward to build links in multiple languages that wont pain for you...
     
  4. supaH

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    Along with what the above said, It is your benefit that you have to spin by hand, making it far more readable than most spinning softwares.
     
  5. tranza

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    It takes almost 2-3 hour to spin a 800 word article.Checking synonymous at wordreference then adding them manually with no programs, it is very time consuming.
    I would love to have any alternative.

    I thought it would appear a lil be spammy to google eyes, having a tons of backling in a different language is not nature.
    Also can google notice LSI keywords and relate content with differente language?
     
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  6. timmy79

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    Did you tryout SpinChimp, I believe they have Spanish. You don't have to use the One click spin if the quality ain't that great. But when you click on the word, you can get a series of synonyms that get added to the spin when you click on them. We do manual spin with the help of it and it work great and pretty fast.

     
  7. tranza

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    Hi, thanks i didnt think about spinchimp. Im using now, amd it seems to be ok atm, just need to add a few more words to the thesaurus.
     
  8. SEOWhizz

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    The Pro version has a Spanish theasuarus:
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    http://spinchimp. com/spinchimp-is-now-a-french-german-and-spanish-spinner/
    http://spinchimp. com/spinchimp-v1-6-4369-released/
    [remove space]
    
     
  9. LadyBugz

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    Ok to use other languages, but i advice you must try Multispinner, better than spinchimp. I must say I am pretty impressed by it for it being free, it also has language options, interface color options and a user database, its a desktop application and its user interface has a similar feel SpinChimp.
     
  10. tranza

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    Multispinner has a poorly spanish thesaurus. Im still thinking blasting links with english content.:sad: