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Duplicate content + fresh comments = unique content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pilar, May 31, 2010.

  1. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Hi Blackhatters,

    Currently I'm in a consideration which steps I should take to invest in my blog. My blog is just 8 months old (new) and I was wondering when I copy/paste a shitload of content from news sites to my blog and boost every single blog post with relevant comments (of course generate through one of the available bots) whether my content will be detected in google as unique content or not?

    I am aware that it's a blackhat method, but I'm more interested to know how it would be detected by google as duplicate content + fresh hundreds of 100 relevant comments per blog post = unique when I think just with my logic mind.

    Let me know your thinkings.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. tygrus

    tygrus Supreme Member

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    I think you would get closer to unique content of you spun the titles and parts of the first paragraph.
     
  3. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Thanks for your reply. How many percent do you think I should spin parts of the first paragraph? And will the article (blog post) still appear in the SERP's, just like another unique content article?

    Thanks again
     
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  4. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Anyone else got more feedback or opinion?
     
  5. MarketerX

    MarketerX Regular Member

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    I thought about doing this on one of my blogs but never got around to it. Made a good iMacros script that did all the commenting though.

    Didn't really pursue this because none of my blogs have many backlinks or PR so I don't really spend much time with them...just kinda have em for their domains.
     
  6. kaene

    kaene Junior Member

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    what i tried many times was adding a front page of 50%+ unique content and make the front page static only showing the excerpt of the new posts, and then all the posts from the blog were duplicated content, and it ranked within top10 for the main keyword with no more than 2 or 3 backlinks, not exactly what you talking but it may help to understand a little bit more about G
     
  7. pilar

    pilar Junior Member

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    Well yeah, thanks for your contribution. It defenitely helps to understand a bit more how G works. Long story short; G MUST see some unique content next to duplicate content. Regarding my question I think if I mix the duplicate content with 50% of meaningful comments in my blog post it will determined as unique content by G, is that correct?
     
  8. Frankie4Fingers

    Frankie4Fingers Power Member

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    I don't know if this could be helpful for you, but i use WPRobot on some aged domains and I costantly scrape Yahoo Answers Content: just changing the title and rewriting the question, often my post rank higher than the YA! original ones (I guess because my blog are more tematically related to the keywords in the question)...