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Can Google read your articles?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Smart SEO, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. Smart SEO

    Smart SEO Senior Member

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    Ok guys i was wondering this. For web 2.0, article submissions etc i was wondering if you could write an article full of crap eg.

    blah= english word

    blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD]blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD]blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD] blah blah blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD]blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD]blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah [MAIN KEYWORD] ETC...

    would this be acceptable, i know it wont make sense but in googles eyes would it look like its unique content?
     
  2. kbos2hm

    kbos2hm Junior Member

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    Maybee if every word was diffrent but it reads it anyway and clasifys you like it wants so it would most likely look like spam becuase no capital letters etc
     
  3. no4h~

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    No, of course it isn't okay. Stop being lazy :).

    Googlebot can detect things like that.
     
  4. demongerbil

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    You should try it and report your results back to us :D
     
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  5. Smart SEO

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    i might make a case study on this to be honest. I'm not lazy haha i can write articles but its soooo boring haha
     
  6. Kikerinka

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    hard to say if someone has tried this yet. At least I have not come across such a crap. On the other hand, it would be unique article :)

    You really should do a case study on this...
     
  7. Bartman

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    no, you cant do that. google can tell the difference between good and bad english.
     
  8. Alex Jones

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    Read a bit about Markov chain, pay attention to text generators...

    It's possible to generate a grammatically correct content which has no meaning. And Google can detect that.... I remember couple of years ago these generated websites were appearing everywhere but they were quickly gone...
     
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  9. Smart SEO

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    Thats interesting, nice first post btw. Any chance you have the link to this article you read, would be interesting to read
     
  10. _alpha

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    Hypothetically speaking, if this is the case then wouldn't char spinning be a worthless tool since it would basically turn what used to be english into gobbledygook in google's eyes?
     
  11. ppcmaster

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    Forget Google, your word editor can tell on spammy content like that ;)
     
  12. Smart SEO

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    Article example:
    I am writing a load of rubbish right now, but the post above me said that this can be detected by my word editor. From what i can see and read this article i am witting has nothing to do with [main keyword], not only that i don't think goggle would be able to detect any of this. This article for [main keyword] has been written by Mark with the help of Jeff and the uses of [main keyword] can be used by many people. As you should have noticed by now, my grammar for this article is perfect but i am writing alot of rubbish for [main keyword].

    ^ That above took me like 30 seconds to write. It makes sence, it has been keyword optimized but WILL IT WORK?
     
  13. kbos2hm

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    It might work short term but long no because it would be reported as spam click threw would be no good either people would see it make no sense and turn the page
     
  14. _alpha

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    He doesn't need click through. He needs unique content that is quickly generated that has the keyword phrases so he can get a backlink with good anchor text.
     
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  15. ppcmaster

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    But I still dont understand the purpose of such content. You are still far away from ib links so what purpose does that serve?
     
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    You would be at the last of the search result if you do so
     
  17. Techxan

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    ANY time you try to game Googles algorithm you are going to get slapped. The object is to create a throwaway site and make money like hell before the slap. Such a site would make no money, because visitors would immediately bail and not buy anything.
     
  18. Alex Jones

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    You can always do a test on a throw-away domain :)

    I believe that human generated gibberish could work in some cases but I'm fairly sure that Google will catch you sooner or later, the question you need to ask yourself is: can you make money this way in short term? My guess would be: not much
    but I could be wrong, testing it would be the best idea.
     
  19. Alex Jones

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    Yeah not bad first post :)

    I can't post any links yet due to new account but you can Google "Markov chain", even Wikipedia has a lot of content about it, you'll certainly get an idea of what it is.
     
  20. Isis

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    That kind of content can only hurt your website because visitors will use the back button with the speed of lightning.

    You never know what to believe about Google with 100% certainty, but I've read that it is all in your toolbar right now. In other words, Google looks at your toolbar and determines if you have a large amount of visitors and how long they stay on your site. If you have a lot of visitors and they spend a long time on your site, you become an authority site. If you have a lot of visitors and they quickly leave, you become a worthless site in Google's eyes.