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Copying contents from another site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JP1016, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. JP1016

    JP1016 Junior Member

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    can i rank my website if i have copied contents related to an article from different sources,or do i need to rewrite it ?
    what about the use of hyperlinks to images?
    i want a good ranking for these articles on google
     
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    -ReX- Power Member

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    You can copy all the content from another site and change the post dates to before theirs, then submit a dmca req to google and get thier site removed from the SERPS. But that is a massive dick move.
     
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  3. swi7ch

    swi7ch Power Member

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    Also, if the original author finds out or sees your page in the search results, he will report you to your host and you have to remove the copied content or they will take down your site. Not worth it, IMO.
     
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  4. JP1016

    JP1016 Junior Member

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    so what if i spin contents and post it
    how many backlinks should i build?
     
  5. ShabbySquire

    ShabbySquire Power Member

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    If you're going down this route, you'll need to find a host who ignores DCMAs.
     
  6. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Go the whole hog , get HTtrack copy their entire website, upload to your server , then follow the advice -Rex- gave you.
     
  7. Sweely

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    No. You cannot rank with duplicate content. Don't even try it.
     
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    Yesss you can, I can assure you you can do that but you need a bit of innovation. For example build a micro/mini niche site and gather every piece of data on the subject, put it on your site in a logic form. I mean make a very special directory with full of information that act as a reference for someone who searches on that subject. And don't forget to build links. This will work as it worked for me a few dozen times previously.
     
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    I wouldn't recommend it for most types of sites...
     
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    The OP seems ignorant enough to do something like that though.
     
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    sweetyan88 Newbie

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    Does it is wise idea in the SEO filed ?
     
  12. ja1myn

    ja1myn Senior Member

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    The fuck you sayin' right now?

    Copying any content is not a good idea. Hence the whole damn thing with everyone crying about how they actually have to use content that is unique, readable, and valuable these days.
     
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