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Do PRESS RELEASE sites accept spun content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by entri3, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. entri3

    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    90% of the PRESS RELEASE sites are HUMAN reviewed.
    My question is that do PRESS RELEASE sites accept spun content ( readable & well spun ).

    Any experience? What's the MAX no of sites that you have got links from ( PRESS RELEASE ).
    Thanks
     
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    azguru Elite Member

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    I use spun content and I do them through Senuke. I usually get about 5-10 live links. Not too much...but it adds a bit of link diversity
     
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    I think spinning is not necessary for PRs.You see various companies releasing Press Releases and almost all sites have same Press Release.
     
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    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Don't you feel that it affects rankings?

     
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    aZooZa Newbie

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    If your site is worth writing about, it's probably simplest to write original copy, given that press releases are generally short anyway. You could then spin THAT original copy and distribute as you will. In my experience of PRWeb (nominal cost), I would expect something in the order of ~150 links from a targeted release.
     
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    Press releases by nature are all dup content and Google knows this

    I have submitted the same PR to numerous PR sites and seen them all ranked for the same kwd position 1-10 (low competition term and this was about 6 months ago). So I don't feel this dup content is a problem in Google's eyes.