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Cost To Re-write & copy site

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by youtalkmedia, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. youtalkmedia

    youtalkmedia Senior Member

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    Hello,

    I currently have one website that I am running and it has been fairly successful (I have top rankings in most of the terms I wanted to go for).

    I would like to make a duplicate website (if I held two of the top positions I feel I could make more) by taking each page and re-writing it then putting it onto a second domain.

    I have about 300 pages that are about 250 words each.

    Just wondering how much you guys think it would cost to re-write it all.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. kaloyan14

    kaloyan14 Regular Member

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    Hi,
    there are many rewrite services in BTS section. Avg price for article rewriting is $2 for 200-300 words.
    If you have 300 pages, the price will be ~ $600. Too much...
    And it's not sure that you will have the same success with your new site. And it will take time to rank in first page.
    My advice is: if you have $600 to invest, create new site in different niche with unique cotent and repeat your success as hit the firs serp.

    P.s. Big G don't like rewrite content. I had 2 rewrited sites and after the last update they are out of the game. My colleagues with rewrited content felt the banhammer too. :)

    Good luck in your enterprise!
     
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  3. InTh3Moment

    InTh3Moment BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think if you already have a way to make money and you know that it works, you can definitely scale it up. I think the question is in your method of scaling. Will the method of rewriting content to create a new site be an effective means? It seems the jury is out on that one. Will creating an entirely unique site that has similar structure and content to your current one be a more surefire way of replicating your success? I think so. If you know that it will definitely make you more money (depending on the amount of revenue you're bringing in), it may be more than worth it to invest as much money as necessary in order to potentially double your earnings.
     
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