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Easy and fast unique content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kecoaksaru, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    Maybe you guys already know how to use "unique" content by translate into another language and translate it back.
    I want to share with you guys the fast and easy way with babelfish engine

    url below translate google.com English->Italy
    Code:
    http://66.163.168.225/babelfish/translate_url_content?.intl=us&lp=en_it&trurl=http://google.com
    url below translate google.com Italy->English
    Code:
    http://66.163.168.225/babelfish/translate_url_content?.intl=us&lp=it_en&trurl=http://google.com

    Then I join the url code:
    Code:
    http://66.163.168.225/babelfish/translate_url_content?.intl=us&lp=en_it&trurl=http://66.163.168.225/babelfish/translate_url_content?.intl=us&lp=it_en&trurl=http://google.com
    This example will translate google.com English->Italy->English

    watch the language translation code:
    &lp=en_it =translate English to Italy
    &lp=it_en =translate Italy in Eglish
    So we will get new "unique" content with simple url

    Change google.com to any url you wish to get unique content.
    And, this is the language code:

    en english
    it Italy
    fr french
    nl dutch
    de germany
    zt chinese traditional
    zh chinese simple
    el greek
    ja japanese
    ko korean
    pt portugueese
    ru russian
    es spanish
     
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  2. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    I have tried that method before, and the result on dupefree is still too high. I conclude that the method is not really great. :)

    Just my $0.03 (inflation. :D)
     
  3. fun4uoc

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    And definitely not good for real readers.
     
  4. IMATA

    IMATA Junior Member

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    Hey ajeeyunz, thanks for the info.

    Have you checked the method ( I believe it was Wizgizmo's ) of writing the article in Word and then using the "summary" function ? I'd really like to hear your results on dupefree for this method.

    Thanks
     
  5. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    I don't use Word 2003. I use Word 2007, and I don't find any "summarize" button on that version.

    But, I have read somewhere in the planet, the result is still 100%, because you only condensed your existing articles, not sure if you pick 2 or more articles, and summarize it by Word. :)
     
  6. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    truly right. I have used that before, and my client get mad. LOL. :D
    (Just a test though)
     
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    ken3401 Regular Member

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    I've tried this method before and it's way slower than just rewriting an english article.
     
  8. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    @ Ken

    For some people, that English is not their native language (like myself), they will get a difficulty to rewrite it into a good articles. :)
     
  9. wm009

    wm009 Newbie

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    This method will give content even a retard would be too smart to produce.
     
  10. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    Okey.. okey.. don't get mad,please.. I just want to share this method
     
  11. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    don't worry kecoak. Damn, I am from Indonesia too. Your name is just ridiculous, LOL. :D

    At least you give a contribution to the community, not only begging for "How to make blah blah blah"
     
  12. Sweetfunny

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    What you can do for unique content, paste 4 articles in to Word and hit summarize. The summarize will condense it to 25% which will give you 1 normal size article from the 4.

    Paste that is to PAR and just do a quick switch of one word every sentence or two.

    Unique readable content and it only takes a few minutes.
     
  13. TommyDJr45

    TommyDJr45 Junior Member

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    From experience I've come to learn that if you find it in a different language and then translate it to English it works WAY better. Just thought I'd help some people out here.

    Tommy
     
  14. fun4uoc

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    We're not mad dude, just stating opinions. Thanks for the share, and keep it up.
     
  15. klrpnda

    klrpnda Newbie

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    yea tried this one already, really terrible quality. However tommys idea sounds interesting. Just wondering where we could get different language content from.
     
  16. bvb

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    yeah, the quality is still rubbish. it sounds like robot talk