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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Woerd, May 25, 2011.

  1. Woerd

    Woerd Regular Member

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    Hello everybody

    This was probably already known but why rip content from sites and
    spin it when you can get original content that is 100% unique!?

    Just go to the library, borrow a few books with info about your niche,
    scan them with your printer (wich is free...), and then open up the PDF file with
    ''ORC text extractor'' or ''Finereader'', and there you have your unique content. It saves an enormous amount of time and it's free!


    It could be that the book is online available so you might copy some text and paste it in a search engine. If you don't find the same text, you have your content!

    Make sure you don't make it too big and use it on MNS, because there is copyright of course... But don't over do it and it will work out just fine!

    Please comment below if you have experience with this, and whether that was good or bad. Have fun creating site content in notime!
    You're welcome Newbies:D
     
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  2. chiwawa

    chiwawa Registered Member

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    To get an original content, you just need to research the topic and create a fresh one.
     
  3. Woerd

    Woerd Regular Member

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    I'm sorry but.., what?:baby09:
     
  4. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Power Member

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    Until I discovered this Forum, I was always mixing various contents and spinning a few sentences manually and posting them. BHW has helped me speed it up by using the auto content scrapers, however I still prefer to 'spin' content manually.
     
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    A good content is one you have full rights to. That would enable you to use the content for MNS or any other site and make more money from adsense, amazon, clickbank, cj, etc. In addition, your own original content helps you to sleep with both eyes closed. You would not need to wake up one morning to discover you have a copyright infringement notice or adsense account disabled.
     
  6. wejee

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    Scanning books from the library is an original idea, but it still could count as copy right infringement BIG TIME, even worse than ripping from the web. Unless, of course, you use public domain, meaning books first published at least 70 years ago.
     
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  7. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Definitely a crime.
     
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  8. Woerd

    Woerd Regular Member

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    Haha the responds are loud and clear.
    This is imo better then stealing content from other sites because you'll probably hurt nobody with this.

    Besides: you could spin this content too, to have your very original own content and you'll have less risk than with spinned content ripped from the internet.
    And it takes less time because the spinning requires less ''uniqueness'' or whatever that's called:p

    But hey, that just me!:)
     
  9. imth3one

    imth3one Newbie

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    Sounded good at first but then google already archives majority of books in google books so I doubt it would see this as unique content
     
  10. MyHub

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    You're a few years too late with this method. imth3one is right. Big G has already scanned in most books and put them in their web index. This might have worked about 3 years ago. But most books are online now.
     
  11. Woerd

    Woerd Regular Member

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    Hm, not in the Netherlands I thought...:p
    But maybe you're all right.
     
  12. BacklinksRadar

    BacklinksRadar Junior Member

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    Scraping & spinning takes few minutes and can be automated. Most library books are outdated and will take from many minutes to few hours to get something descent. Big difference. Welcome to the age of technology.
     
  13. r4ys--

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    thanks for wasting 40 sec of my life with something really outdated.

    p/s: if some newbie like me want to try this "OCR" thing. i won't waste my gas and time to library. there are some good book available in 4shared dot com.
     
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    r4ys-- Junior Member

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    i just notice one thing.. most of people bashing here are newbie. LOL
    ur thanks to newbie post is absolutely classic and provocative

    btw, having 70++ post doesn't make you an old-timer. grow up boy
     
  15. wowhaxor

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    This was a big "method" a few years ago, OCR scanned books break down into 400-600 words articles and submit to AC. The only problem is that its not worth your time. Spend the hour you spent scanning and copy scape checking (most books are online) and you could've either written great articles or made money in a million other ways. Its very time intensive = not a great earner.

    That being said thanks for sharing, don't let people being dicks discourage you from having or sharing an idea usually they're just trying to tell you they tried it and it didn't work so well but they're not very tactful so it comes off harsh. Thanks for the share :)
     
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  16. Sampler

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    Yeah, what you could do to make this more unique, is just hire
    someone with decent english skills to rewrite.

    Surely can't charge too much as the majority of the article
    is already written.
     
  17. hustlehardx

    hustlehardx Newbie

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    LOL some of these replies are epic. But yeah, All of my niches have been targeted, and the easiest way is to know what you are targeting. I.E: you can't target Justin Beiber if you don't know anything about him!
     
  18. Littlealan

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    hi,

    i have found a book that comes up on GOOGLE BOOKS, made in 2000. but all the content comes up as unique on plagiarism checker.... will this stuff rank and be considered as unique, or does google ACTUALLY have all of the content of this old book archived into text, and will realise that I have scraped a book?
     
  19. Littlealan

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    giving it a whirl anyway
     
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    That's a good advice that can work for some niche.
    But I think many libraries and almost all books are available on Internet. So we are not sure that how much content we can get from that books.