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Could i use Translate Content on .de Sites for SEO ? Is it effectice ? an idea ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by johnkeets1, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. johnkeets1

    johnkeets1 Regular Member

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    Dear BHW Mates

    I have some .de keywords.Highly competitive.I don't have German Content.I am thinking about use translate unique content for SEOPurpose on Web 2.0 .de blogs sites.Is it effective any one knows about the best .de such sites of web 2.0 which may help me in get ranking with translate content.

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    johnkeets1 Regular Member

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    Waiting for the response........
     
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    For tier1 web2.0s it should work, from an SEO perspective. But if you get a manual review, you're fucked.
     
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    Use Babylon Translator. you can contact the big 'G' to download.
     
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    You know some member posted a method here recently (sorry don't have link) where he was doing just that and ranking nicely. But he was using 2 step translation to get away as much as possible from the original. So you would go English to Spanish to German; or even English to Spanish to Swedish to German.... now that I think of it, you could then install German edition Word, and put the articles through that toget rid of any obvious spelling or grammatical issues, just to polish it up a bit. The result should be pretty good.

    Try it out, let us know how it works out.