It seems ridiculous that I would have to make a case study about this, but so many people keep stating that sites that use 'copied content' from blogs will never rank that well, or get 'deindexed' or 'dropped' or 'hurt in their rankings' because they use copied content from blogs or "duplicate content". This is completely false, and I want to prove that it is false. Its not duplicated blog content that hurts a site, its duplicated page/copy structural content. I am going to take a domain that is NOT an EMD. I am going to use only auto-reposting programs and software and blast it around 10-15 times a day with blog posts stolen from other blogs, and I am going to see how fast it ranks and monitor its progress over a year. Any changes I will post shots of and when it is indexed I will post as well as ranking changes. I will choose a mid-level competition keyword, perform my existing SEO strategy on the site as if it is an actual client's site (See: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ne-optimization-being-dead-2.html#post4825349), and then weekly pop-in to this thread to discuss its results. My goal: To prove once and for all that duplicate content from personal blogs or news sites has no bearing on a site getting deindexed or deranked.