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Google Translate is a good way to get unique content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by babasss, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. babasss

    babasss Regular Member

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    I do not know if they also discussed this problem.
    It's a question for those who know.
    If I need content for a niche, and translate into other languages​​, where the the first places copy articles and translate them with g00gle translate in my language and lay them on my site, there will be duplicate content or not?
    Maybe it's something stupid, or maybe it's a good idea.
    I think g00gle has local databases, so not all communicate very well between them: for example, found an article in g00gle india and want to put it to g00gle france.
    The theory is also different: the first articles are very well optimized, so it should not work with them.
     
  2. kideze

    kideze Elite Member

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    No No No, imagine having content that is barley readable. Your site bounce rate will go up and rankings will go down even if it passes copyscape. Best thing to do is write it yourself or purchase content.
     
  3. babasss

    babasss Regular Member

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    I try this way, and article is 90% readable (becouse g translate) and 100% pass copyscape. this make me think about potential., if exist anyone.
     
  4. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    Google Translate, and Yahoo Babelfish are both good for quick content if used directly. Pick your keyword, translate it to another language, then search that translated term for content. When you find an article, translate from language X to english, then lightly edit for flow and readability. Voila, quick unique content, 15 minutes flat.
     
  5. thetermy

    thetermy Regular Member

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    If you are using Google fucking translate, Google knows you translated it................................
     
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  6. babasss

    babasss Regular Member

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    Why you say about other translating tools or about other languages content documents that are for downloading and no on website that g00gle can crawl it?
     
  7. Murdoch1337

    Murdoch1337 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Seems really lazy. If you do a proper job, you'll have a lower bounce rate, happier visitors and its better all around.
     
  8. swi7ch

    swi7ch Power Member

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    You have to translate using at least two different sources for max effect. I translate one using Google into language #1 and then copy/paste to Bing into language #2. Then once the article is in my native language, I rewrite it using my own words in English! Perfect!
     
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  9. ja1myn

    ja1myn Senior Member

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    Unique, readable content is what Google wants.

    You're better off taking the time to write it as a native instead of using faulty translator tools.
     
  10. lilmasta

    lilmasta Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i tried that like 2 years agoo .. copied one article from ezine ... translae the shit owta it from google translate i switched as many langagues i can :D and submitted again at ezine and u know what it got approved :D ...
     
  11. goliard

    goliard Registered Member

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    Well, what worked 2 years before doesn't work now...But thanks anyway...
     
  12. spmazon

    spmazon Junior Member

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    Yes it's good way, BTW you need to manual check grammar again.
     
  13. Valkhyria

    Valkhyria Newbie

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    or ask your language teacher help you, they like check grammar for you for free :p hahaahhaha