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Can spun articles avoid google duplicated filter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jimmychuang, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. jimmychuang

    jimmychuang Regular Member

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    I want to spin my sales copy sentence by sentence, if I do so, does it help avoid google duplicated content filter?
     
  2. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    It depends. If you just swap synonyms then probably not. You need to rewrite each sentence so it means the same thing, but isn't just a bunch of synonyms, and so the whole article has a varied word count, sentence count, paragraph count etc.

    There's evidence to suggest that google's dupe filter can now read synonyms, so you need to work harder.
     
  3. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    Yeah, I bash their dup content filter all the time.

    I can do it to near 100% success with spinning paragraphs -> sentences -> works -> links -> photo's (if it's not an article directory).

    It's pretty easy to defeat them, but it takes time to do all that spinning. Weigh it out - does it take longer to spin or write new stuff? If it's auto-approve stuff, just spin the crap out of it. If it's for article directories or manual approved approve lightly spin articles but spend more time writing new ones instead of spinning something to insane levels. In the case of manual approve stuff, if it's overly spun, it won't get approved anyways...
     
  4. Eric Wood

    Eric Wood Newbie

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    Remember not to spin too far, actual people read these articles and click through to your site if the article is quality enough, but if it's spun so far as to be nonsense, people will simply see a spam site
     
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    greentitanium Senior Member

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    this means everyone with WPROBOT is doing more damage then good??
     
  6. jvastine

    jvastine Newbie

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    A nice way to spin your articles to maintain readability and meaning and get by the duplicate content filter is to convert your original to another language then back to the original language. Sometimes you can translate to language 1, language 2, and perhaps language 3 before returning it to the original language. But this only works well and maintains readability if all of the languages have a similar base like Latin for example.

    It is best to stick with the Western European language group. If you translate English to Hindi, then to Russian and back to English, you are going to have a bunch of unreadable garbage that won't help you at all. Perhaps English to Russian and the to Czech before returning to English may work or using all Southeastern languages. But you need to check your results until you come up with a good combination that works and is easy for you to do.

    This is also a great way to produce content for blogs that target other markets and countries, like Germany or the Hispanic market in the Americas & Western Europe. A great way for you to re-purpose your content and products too!

    I do hope you find this helpful and this opes up some new doors and sparks the creativity & ingenuity of many.

    Peace!
     
  7. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    I find that readability isn't such an issue if it's not even going to be in the top 1000 since I'll never promote it and it's on a PR2 directory... Just hundreds of them.... contributing link juice to a parasite.

    Ezine, isnare, etc is a little different