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Guide to High Quality Articles on a Budget

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by thenwhat, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. thenwhat

    thenwhat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I used to use this method for my money sites and used this for college essays :p; I now use it for tier 1 links, but it could still work for money sites.


    • Buy some articles for low rates ($3/500 words or so).
      • These articles usually have quality lower than usual, that's where the next step comes in.
    • Go to PaperRater.com
      (I used to use Grammarly; in my opinion they're better than PaperRater, but now you have to input a credit card to use the free trial)
      • Copy paste your article that you ordered.
      • Select education level: Doctorate, College, or 1st grade. (99% of the time I choose Doctorate)
      • Select the type of paper: Blog/article, essay, email
      • Originality detection: Include
      • Agree to terms and press the Get Report Button
    • After the loading is done, a screen with your article and tabs will come up. I usually have my browser and my article document window opened next to each other.
      • After you're done copy paste it from whichever place you edited it (I recommend editing it in the original document because PaperRater doesn't copy line breaks)
    • Edit the article to your desire
    • There you have it, you have a high quality article. *These get indexed by Google pretty fast with no backlinks
    • Repeat!

    * You can also find articles online, spin it a few times, then edit it.
     
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  2. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator in Training Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have no use for this method, but I'm sure that it's a good method for people who purchase articles on a budget. :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing -- Will walk though it.
     
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    What does it actually do? Why cant you just edit the articles you get to make them more appropriate for your audiences?
     
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    It's a good way to get tier-1 web2.0's quality content. To save more I think it's good idea to spend on Article Builder, such as get a content from AB and then go through this method = Unique Quality Content.
     
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    Will try out with some of my new articles and see if this process could be a part of my regular tasks.
     
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    Not a bad idea. Probably still want to run it through copyscape.
     
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    Sometimes when you buy cheap articles, you'll find that they are often plagued with spelling and grammar errors. For the people who either do not have the time to fix this or are not fluent in English, methods such as the one presented here can save you the hassle of correcting the articles yourself. Even for the people who are "fluent in English", many of them still do not understand the language well enough to create articles wit immaculate spelling and grammar, so having an Internet pedant correct the work for you (they like doing it, anyway) can still be beneficial.

    Of course, you still need to optimise the article for the search engines and for your target audience by increasing or decreasing readability, balancing your keyword density, etcetera.
     
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  10. thenwhat

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    Not sure what you're asking. If you're asking what PaperRater does, it proofreads your articles for any grammar, punctuation, or spelling errors. This helps make your content look more worthy in Google's eyes and your readers' because with too many bad grammar/spelling/etc. mistakes people will be "turned off" and will either get confused on what their reading or just leave the page.
     
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    thanks a lot for the tip, this will surely come in handy for the web 2.0's content and tier 2 content on budget.
     
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    I'd rather just spend a couple dollars more per article and not have to bother with that.
     
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    I am trying to understand, How article without spelling/grammar/punctuation mistakes rank better in google than the one with those mistakes. I can understand the impact of spelling mistakes in keywords But apart from that i do not see a impact on SERP
     
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    Exactly. This method creates "error-free" articles, not "high-quality" if the original article is crap.
     
  15. Zwielicht

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    You have a good point there! More than likely someone who creates articles with several errors probably did not write a good article in the first place.
     
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    There was a thing going around saying Google penalizes you for having bad grammar a few months ago.
    I just searched it up to check, looks like it doesn't lol but who really knows?


    True, PaperRater just does basic proofreading but when I used to use Grammarly to edit articles, they pointed out the littlest flaws in my articles; grammar, fragments, punctuation, everything. That might be a factor.

    In college, I turned all my "F" rough drafts (some articles I ordered) into a perfect "A+" papers using Grammarly
     
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    Thank you for this information!
     
  18. Zwielicht

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    Do they correct your papers based on US or UK spelling and grammar? I don't plan to use the website, but I'm curious about this due to the differences between the US and UK when it comes to English.
     
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    This is useful for those on a tight budget
     
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    It takes me literally 10 minutes to write a 400-500 word article. If I use speech to text then 5 minutes. I'm really curious why people have such trouble just writing their own T1 content. I get using junk on T2 or on non-backlinking pages of T1's but if it points at your business you ought to have an extra 3-5 minutes to spend since you know your keywords/niche/etc better than a freelancer.

    How long does this take?