Content from where? Amazon maybe?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by banel, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Hi guys, I'm building a new micro niche site on laptops niche and I was wondering where to get more content because I don't want to make a "10 pages" website.

    Is a good idea to copy paste some content from amazon, from here more specific http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-...d_t=101&pf_rd_p=1380421582&pf_rd_i=2956501011 ?

    I want to make a new category, called "reviews" and create maybe 20-30 pages with the most selled laptops and amazon was the first thing that comed to my mind when I thinked about the most selled laptops.
    I this a good idea? How should I do this ? How many words should I copy ? Anyone did this before?
     
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    UrsuAke Power Member

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    That method won't get you far my friend. Try to write the reviews, make them unique and of quality.
     
  3. crazyb

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    If your goal is to rank in search engines copied articles won't get you results. You may look to outsource article creation.
     
  4. Namun

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    If you will use the reviews from amazon or any other site, make sure to rewrite/spin them.
     
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    robertmenesc Newbie

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    glossary
     
  6. banel

    banel Regular Member

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    Can I use the reviews from amazon and re-write them ? Basically those would be unique articles, right ? As I said I don't want 600+ words articles, I just want to make some decent pages for my users, not to do onpage seo on them.
    Salut :D
    Thanks for your answer.
    That's almost what I was thinking. Thanks !
     
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  8. rainmaker577

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    If you're copying Amazon reviews, the best thing to do is take a good review that's further down the list (i.e. not the top ones, but one that's still good) and then spin it. You might also spin elements from other non-Amazon reviews to throw into the mix as well.

    I think parroting Amazon reviews is actually kind of a great idea since nobody's being paid to write them and are less worried about people "stealing" them.
     
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    Of course you can take the reviews but make sure you rewrite them in your own words.
    It's not that hard or time-consuming really. I mean how much of "creative" thought can you put into a tech review?

    Obviously you cannot rewrite the tech specs in your own words :) But as far as the other content is concerned - split the paragraphs, add 3-5 of your own sentences, delete some sentences. It's a matter of a 2-minute work per review.

    Take care,
    Geshwinn