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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by berlin518, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. berlin518

    berlin518 Newbie

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    Hi,I have newbi qustion. If I have a article,I published on my own blog, then I submitted it to Ezinearticles. Should ezin reject me by "This article appears to be attributed to someone else." ?. Thanks a lot.
     
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    topsytips Regular Member

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    Well, the article must be original and not ripped off another site. Even though you are the author of the original works, I didn't think they accepted duplicate content, for this very reason (even though they may not specifically say as much.)

    Hence, I'm not surprised that the article was rejected although I guess, if you were using the same pen name on both, then you may be able to put up a valid argument.

    I would also be interested to hear from anyone who has had a duplicate article accepted by EZ.
     
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  3. varundbest

    varundbest Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't think ezine will allow duplicate content.
     
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    homenet Power Member

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    I think they will if you can prove that your the original author, either way I think its usually a better idea to just rewrite the article and avoid the potential duplicate content penalty.
     
  5. bass223

    bass223 Newbie

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    I have easily published over 100 articles at ezine, and the only 3 rejections that I have received were articles that I tried to use as both content on one of my websites and as an article submission. It doesn't matter if you are the true author or not, they don't want any duplicate content whatsoever on their site. It doesn't benefit them at all, and they are constantly working to keep in good standing with the search engines.

    If you want to use an article for both purposes, it is recommended that you submit it to ezine first so that it passes all their dupe content checks, and then post it to your own website. But you may still have chance to publish it on some of the lesser known article directories that don't have such strict guidelines.

    Also, check to see if someone else has already grabbed your content and used it on another website. You will be surprised how fast a decent article will be swept up and used all over without any credit given to the original author. In other words, don't expect any backlinks from it.
     
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  6. berlin518

    berlin518 Newbie

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    well, thanks all above, I just send a email to ezine to get some more infomation.
    If I rewrite every original articles on my own blog. It cost me some money
    for outsourcing.
     
  7. berlin518

    berlin518 Newbie

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    thanks alot
    google likeoriginal content .If I submit the article to ezine first,then post on my website. google should consider the content on my website is not original.
    I want to build a authority site for a long plan.so i want google consider all my contet is original .
     
  8. SOLA ADETUNJI

    SOLA ADETUNJI Newbie

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    Then the way out is simple.Forget ezine articles and go and submit ur article elsewhere.At least they are not paying you!I suspect that they are "over patronised"
     
  9. berlin518

    berlin518 Newbie

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    Hi, I got the reply from ezine.
    "Hi Lin,
    You are welcome to submit any articles for which you have exclusive rights, including content which you may have published previously.
    The main issue to be aware of is that we verify exclusive rights for articles based on the author name associated with the article. If the article is found listed under different names on different sites (or no name is cited), the content is considered non-exclusive and cannot be accepted as such.
    It is therefore advisable to properly cite your author name with your articles, and to use the same name for each republication of a given article.
    Thank you,"
     
  10. websitesareus

    websitesareus Junior Member

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    Very interesting. I had tried twice to post content I had published on my own website before, and my ezine account was each time suspended without warning, and I had to delete the article and write a kiss a** email asking to be reinstated. I'm so sick of ezine. However compared to other article websites they send decent traffic.
     
  11. lived66

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    After I write an article(s), I post first on my blog/website however when I do post on EZA, I do change the title and introduction (2-3 sentences) and my articles still get published without issues. I prefer to get indexed on my blog then EZA second.