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GAME CHANGER way to generate content

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by DocBrown, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. DocBrown

    DocBrown Regular Member

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    As you know content is king on the internet. What i'm thinking of doing is using old books, say referneces books on "how to breed pet donkeys" and use the content from that book(s) for articles on a content website called say "breedingpetdonkeys.com"

    I wouldn't be changing any of the material from the books, i'd literally be using a scanning to text program to change the book text into a word document and then pasting this in as articles on my site - thus getting free SEO traffic (Albeit not great seo, but the volume of articles on pet donkeys would be quiete a large number so it would still bring in quiet alot of traffic)

    Now i know all about google books. But the thing is google hasn't scanned every single book in the earths history yet and it may take some while. If i could get my content site out there for say 3-5 years before getting caught AND attach an ebook with the site AND collect people emails address - I'd make a lot of money(Well some anyway)

    Can anyone point out if theres an obvious flaw in this plan?

    Is anyone else doing this?

    Thanks
     
  2. jarjarbnks

    jarjarbnks Registered Member

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    Well, the only one is that... you might get 'caught' and stopped much earlier than you thing.

    Of course it'll depend on from where are you (if US or EU then you'd be stopped much sooner than later).

    Anyway, best of luck
     
  3. DocBrown

    DocBrown Regular Member

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    What about it if i get caught - all they can do is close down my site. I reckon using ooutsoucred work from the philippines - I could get a comprehensive site of say 300-400 articles up in about 2 months for under $500 (maybe less)
     
  4. DocBrown

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    How would they find out anyway??? They'd only find out once they decided to scan the original book and find out that someone has it's contents on the internet already. And even then they mightened find out. I had the content up first so googles algorithm might let me keep it up.

    Anyway, i'm talking about books google would never scan in a million years, I'm talking about digging through car boot sales and antique shops looking for small paperback reference books that i can take the content from. i already have one here and there's no mention of it anyway on the internet including google books.

    I have a second much large book here too and there it mention of its name on the internet and mention of it's name on google books, but they haven't scanned it. Now maybe they will in time but right now - they haven't. But i think the smaller and more obscure (geographical regional wise) the book is the less likely it would EVER be scanned by google - they're not god like.
     
  5. Autumn

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    There are already plenty of people OCRing books and magazines and using the text for spam content. Some are even charging for it, they're out there if you look. Not an original idea I'm afraid.
     
  6. DocBrown

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    I know it's not, but i'm surprised more people aren't doing it - there was no mention of this tactic when i did a quick search in the search engines.

    The reality is that a 300-400 article website (not very well seo optimised website at that) can generate approx 800 unique hits a day(i think ...i'm basing these figures on an actual website i know).
    If you had an ebook up - that would lead to substantial sales.

    Are the people you talk about having much success with the technique? Personally this is why i think google books was introduced - to stop people doing what i'm talking about ...and it's a battle they haven't won yet.
     
  7. tas26

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    Dude Big G has all this info in its database already. You see how G shows u pdfs for ur keywords? G is much more smarter than ur trick. It can easily spot u for plagiarism and your site will not be anywhere in searches.
     
  8. DocBrown

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    I thought the only pdf's they show are the ones they've scanned from magazines, books scolarly articles etc. This is google books - that's what i'm talking about but they don't have every single book, magazine etc ever written in their database - that would be impossible. It's far from a full comprehensive database.

    Of course, even if google did spot the trick - bing and yahoo wouldn't ...i don't think they have a google books equivalent. Though their level of traffic would be far less than what google would provide ...probably not really enough to make it worth while.
     
  9. cloakndagger

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    scan and run through a spinner.
     
  10. santacruz

    santacruz Junior Member

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    Depend how you make money from it.

    If you making with adsense, most of the time they will investigate the new site.

    If they found you will get banned. Why not you leverage the knowledge?

    Ask freelance copy writer to read and come out your own content? would that be prouder as the owner?
     
  11. DocBrown

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    How would they investigate?? You've taken it from a book - they've no way of knowing this and which book you've taken it from (until(if) the day comes they decide to scan the original book).


    ...i'm not looking for pride - i'm looking to make money. Don't care how i do it.
     
  12. lineguy

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    Op, don't get discouraged, I think this sounds like an awesome idea.
     
  13. pagla

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    Actually I do it also. But before that copy some content from the book and search google and if nothing found that ran it through TBS and voila...
     
  14. Ramsweb

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    I thought about something similar where you scan magazines and books that don't have an online version. There are plenty like that and you can be stuck with a year's content if you raid a library. But, scanning books automatically to computer text is quite difficult. Most scanners mess up a lot of the words. Does anyone know a workaround for this?
     
  15. gharold

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    If the source of your material is in the public domain there should be no problem.
    If the source of your material is copyrighted, you could encounter legal problems.