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can i copy someone elses sales page

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by maxine1974, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. maxine1974

    maxine1974 Junior Member

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    Hi all maxine here, could anyone tell me if i can copy someone elses sales page, and if not completely how much of it? cheers xx:)
     
  2. nytrolic

    nytrolic Registered Member

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    Why not just make your own? there are loads and loads of templates available here to download, or find someone else's that looks to be working well and change it up. I wouldn't just straight up take someone else's page - besides you'd get penalized for duplicate content by big G.
     
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  3. funkienz

    funkienz BANNED BANNED

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    Agree with nytrolic . i did it a number of times and i am telling you, its not really worth it. just spend 2-3 hours and you may end up with a good one. GL
     
  4. kmofo

    kmofo Newbie

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    When you copy off of one source it is called plagerism, when you copy off of many sources it is called research. lol

    So I would take a few sales pages and combine them cleverly...
     
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    make your own content or G will penalize you which will harm you a lot and take a lot of time to recover.. so try to make your own sales copy although 70% of your sales page/content must be unique..
     
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    Hi Maxine,

    Unless you have resell rights or something like that, copying someone elses sales page (without permission from the original owner) could get you into all sorts of trouble.

    As with the other replies, creating your own sales page would be the way to go. Give the page some of your own personal touch, while at the same time keeping with the main theme of the product being promoted. Give it unique content so Google won't punish it. Create "call to" actions to prompt the visitor.
     
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  7. kounamouta

    kounamouta Regular Member

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    everything is a copy, from coca cola to your website

    just change the name
    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH