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G0*G(E Translate--the easy article spinner :)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bananaman5000, May 25, 2010.

  1. bananaman5000

    bananaman5000 Regular Member

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    I've learned quite a lot from this forum and I thought I would give a little trick I came up with back. Its VERY simple, but it saves me a lot of time.

    Take a section of text, like this:

    The banana plant has long been a source of fiber for high quality textiles. In Japan, banana cultivation for clothing and household use dates back to at least the 13th century. In the Japanese system, leaves and shoots are cut from the plant periodically to ensure softness. Harvested shoots are first boiled in lye to prepare fibers for yarn-making. These banana shoots produce fibers of varying degrees of softness, yielding yarns and textiles with differing qualities for specific uses. For example, the outermost fibers of the shoots are the coarsest, and are suitable for tablecloths, while the softest innermost fibres are desirable for kimono and kamishimo. This traditional Japanese cloth-making process requires many steps, all performed by hand.

    Big G Translate it into Icelandic, then back into English, and it turns into this:

    Plant of the banana has long been a source of fiber for textile products of high standard. In Japan, the cultivation of banana for clothing and household use dates back to at least the 13th century. The Japanese system is cut leaves and shoots from the plant periodically to ensure softness. Harvested shoot first boiled in lye to prepare the fibers to yarn. These banana shoots produce fibers of different elasticity, yielding now edited yarn and fabric with different characteristics for specific use. For example, the outermost fibers of the stem is coarsest, and are suitable for tablecloths but the softest innermost fibers desirable for kimono and kamishimo. This traditional Japanese cloth making process requires many steps, all performed by hand.


    Depending on how spun the article you want, you can translate it into a more exotic language like Chinese or Arabic. I know its not perfect, but I've found it to be the cheapest and easiest way. You can run the finished product back through a few times in different languages to get it really unique. :cool:


     
  2. kboxer7

    kboxer7 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use this on occasion...not the best for site content, but for cheap article marketing to article directories (other than Ezine and a few others that scrutinize heavily) it works just fine.
     
  3. nambooooo

    nambooooo Regular Member

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    This is old, nothing new here and as it's been stated in the post above, doesn't really work for site content, or do you really think that the big and sophisticated G didn't figured the whole spin content using their own technology method?
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  4. hireganesh

    hireganesh Regular Member

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    How many times I see posts similar like this. Come on guys we all know Google translator.
    Bananman please use search option before starting new thread. If shared before avoid to repost, post something which is unique or given new twist.
     
  5. bananaman5000

    bananaman5000 Regular Member

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    It was unique to me when I figured it out. Although, you knew what this was about from the title, so why did you click?
     
  6. Googler

    Googler Junior Member

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    Hmmmm.....
    It will be ok for some Posts but it confuses in grammar a lot when we spun complex words!
    Better use Synonymizer!
     
  7. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    Lol, so you are trying to trick google with google translate? (hehe, i use it too sometimes)
     
  8. nambooooo

    nambooooo Regular Member

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    He does have a point :) although this type of posts appear again over time, they do bring a benefit to the ones that are pretty new here. I remember when I first came here I would see threads full of "old method", "already been shared" but for me it was new and I was glad that I found the info, yeah, there was a search button but what use was that if I didn't know what to search for. With this types of threads noobs get ideas.
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  9. hireganesh

    hireganesh Regular Member

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    I'm not trying to bully you bananman. Stop acting like moron.

    There is button provided on right top if you can read it says search. I clicked because thought you are sharing something new or unique. But was same story posted again.
    Instead of getting angry admit you never used search before starting new thread.
    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/16292-100-free-unique-content-all-websites.html
    
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blogging/149307-g00gle-translator-unique-content.html
    
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/cloaking-content-generators/66374-my-method-getting-unique-content-spun-articles.html
    
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blogging/195471-translated-blog-method.html
    
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/making-money/177827-lazy-money-makeing-method-only-work-2-hours-per-day.html
    
    
    There are over 4-5 dozen threads on same topic already.

    @nambooooo what if every second day , people from different countries and language come up starting same.

    Anyway I can't discuss this too much as I have also made same mistake and now, I know power of search option.
     
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