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Content Price and Quality for different Tiers

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Newff, Mar 6, 2014.

  1. Newff

    Newff Regular Member

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    A few questions about the content you guys are using for Tiered Linkbuilding.

    1. For Tier 1, say you are putting 5 articles on each Web 2.0, are you actually buying decent aticles at like $10-$14 each? Or are you buying 1 high quality article and spinning it really well? That seems really costly for multiple sites and campaigns.

    2. Does article quality really matter for those Web 2.0's or just uniqueness. Does it have to be good and really readable?

    3. How would you above answers differ for Tier 2?

    4. If Tier 1 works as a buffer and protects your site, why do we need a Tier 3?

    Thanks guys
     
  2. mreidrmt83

    mreidrmt83 Newbie

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    Remember that : Content is King.

    More quality of contents you have, higher rank you can stand.
    And with good content, you may have chance to drive real traffics to your money site.
     
  3. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Very well said.
    You may create 5 pages minimum (just to make it more normal ) of perfectly unique readable content ( i used hand written,but its not 14 $ but 5 or 6 only ) per web2.0 .make sure you add related images, videos, outbound contextual links to money sites from there.

    You would be better of creating useful content for Tier 1 , i say."spam" won't help you much in SEO,when you are on Tier 1.you may used spun content for Tier 2 or 3 so.
    cheers
     
  4. ContentWriter

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    Mate,

    You may smell some bias in my comment because I provide content writing services, but let me try to answer some of your questions. I'll leave the rest to our SEO experts (not the self-proclaimed ones, of course).

    Let's face it. No one eats grass and soil for breakfast. So, if you would like an experienced writer to work for you, I'd say that minimum you should pay is somewhere around $2.00 per 100 words. If you'd go below that price, I'm afraid you'll get someone who had just learned English nearly 8 days, 8 hours and 8 minutes ago. You don't want your readers to feel like R2D2 of Star Wars wrote your content, do you?

    Now, if you want to maintain a blog, you may pay somewhere around $1.00 per 100 words for rewrites. I'm not referring to machine-spun bunch of texts. Never believe anyone who offers you a service so cheaply just because they're spinning content. I can bet all my money because I believe that you will agree with me if I say that you want your online experience be profitable than painful. Am I plainly right or am I simply correct?

    I do hope that enlightens you a bit, as far as content writing is concerned. If you have more questions on this angle, feel free to ask.
     
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  5. Newff

    Newff Regular Member

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    I understand that for money sites, but paying $1.50-$2 for articles to build Web 2.0's is expensive. So if it's safe then I's like to do it much cheaper.

    What id I had a really good article made, spun it well and then read through each article and made some changes to make sure it sounds natural? Anyone else do that?

    Once I have the article checked over to be readable can I use the softwar to check it's uniqueness?
     
  6. ContentWriter

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    The bottom line is this: whether it's a money-site, a web 2.0 or a web 1,0000,000.0 site, your only intention in mind is to earn as much as you can. Before you can earn as much as you want, you got to give your source of money, your web visitors, a reason to make you earn as much as you want.

    How can you do that? You can do that by giving them high-quality content. The descriptive word "high quality" comes in many form. It could be engaging, entertaining, comical or serious in tone depending on your niche. Writers who can deliver based on the tone that you need will surely charge you an arm and a leg if not a head. They'd rather hug their pillows than write for $0.01 a word.
     
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    High price does not always guarantee high quality, you can find many writers who can write good content at $1/100 words rate.

    Depending on site, i sometimes use highly spun articles for web 2.0 or buy from sites like iwriter, textbroker.
     
  8. ContentWriter

    ContentWriter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I agree at a certain degree, Pedigree. Kidding. :)
    Seriously, I agree when you said that a HIGH PRICE doesn't not ALWAYS mean HIGH QUALITY. But based on my experience, whether it's an online, non-physical service or a physical product like a smartphone, when the price is high, the quality I get is always high. Well, that's just me and my experience. I know some people do have not-so-good experiences that might have left a bad taste in their mouth.

    I don't know, but I really don't believe in the level of satisfaction spun content could bring to the readers, even if if it's spun to the highest level (as high as the unreachable sky). As a matter of fact, I'm turning down orders that require me to spin content. Oh yes, we rewrite by hand, but that serves our customers much better, I believe.



    Depending on site, i sometimes use highly spun articles for web 2.0 or buy from sites like iwriter, textbroker.[/QUOTE]
     
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  9. JonnyBorneo

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    I use iwriter*com, 2$ for 300words hand-written keyword article, sometimes 3$ for 500words.
    (all articles are copyscape proof on iwriter)
    There are other article writing services out there too.

    Uniqueness matters everywhere you go.
    Does it have to be good is debatable. You should only care about that if you want traffic through them, or are scared of manual review.

    For me tier2 is pure spam. Everything goes. From 200 to 2000 automated backlinks each.

    Weird question. To index tier2 and provide linkjuice flow.

    Peace.