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Does this work??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bwaht, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. Bwaht

    Bwaht Regular Member

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    Ok, I just thought of this and was wondering if anyone knows if it would work, or if it has been done before. Here is my idea. Take a single article, about 400-500 words. Then take an article re-writter like Jetsubmitter or something like that that lets you manually select synonyms for your word. It has to use the Macros. That way you can make a bajillion copies, each one like 95% unique. I guess you could even re write it a little bit. Then, everyday, submit like 10 different versions of it to AC. That would be 40$ a day per account. With an article this long the chances of it being duplicated are close to nothing. Would these articles be Copyscape passed? Anyways, I just thought of it, let me know if you think it would work or not.

    Another question, how many accounts can you make with AC if you dont want to fill out the tax form? and can you link them all to the same paypla account?
     
  2. blackzeus

    blackzeus Registered Member

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    This is already discussed. It has to be readable to be accepted. If its unreadable, it will be rejected.

    You can make as many accounts as you want. Yes you can link them all to one paypal account.
     
  3. blacktek

    blacktek BANNED BANNED

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    Agree. You have to pass the "read" test. They're quick to reject anything that looks like spun content.

     
  4. Bwaht

    Bwaht Regular Member

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    No its not a spun article, and is 100% readable. However, it would be very similar to all the other articles i submitted.
     
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    blackzeus Registered Member

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    I think you better spread those articles out to submit prob 1 article per 2 weeks. Submitting all at once will increase the probablity of the articles read by only one editor and unless he is very blur, he will spot out.
     
  6. Bwaht

    Bwaht Regular Member

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    Thats what i was going to ask too is if the articles were manually read.
     
  7. Bwaht

    Bwaht Regular Member

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    How unique do the articles actually have to be?
     
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    redmercury Registered Member

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    Even if it's readable, if it looks computer generated it probably won't go through
     
  9. rbarukh

    rbarukh Registered Member

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    Yeah the content bots are rather smart these days!