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Here is how I get free, grammatically correct content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by theseodude, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. theseodude

    theseodude Regular Member

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    There are some forums online that are password-protected. You cannot view them unless you register and sign in. I think this means the search engines cannot see the contents of these forums. So for the past month, I have been copying content from this one forum that I found. Content is almost perfect, and I just make minor tweaks to make it applicable to me. For example, if content is about cell phones, but my keyword is "best digital camera", I find/replace cell phone/best digital camera.
    I am not positive that search engines cannot index forums that require login, but I am 99% sure they cant.
    I guess it's easier to use software like the best spinner, but I can't buy it and software-generated content is not as good anyway.
     
  2. brainstorm1

    brainstorm1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check with copyscape. I wouldn't be certain that it isn't indexed.
     
  3. mikie46

    mikie46 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Another way is to grab articles from aged domains that have expired by going to archive.org and grabbing the content. I make changes to it and post it on my blog networks. Easy!
     
  4. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    I did this before for bmr blogs. It worked
     
  5. brkseven

    brkseven Regular Member

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    Reputable search engines can't and wouldn't register to spider the contents of a private forum. IMO
     
  6. mouthpaw

    mouthpaw Junior Member Premium Member

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    Pass-protected sites can be spidered if the webmaster gives the engine access, via webmaster tools , for example. Ditto copyscape to be certain.

    Ditto the archive.org expired content, though laborious as hell.
     
  7. Gantz

    Gantz Junior Member

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    Not trying to piss on your parade but I find password protected forum posts on the search engines all the time. For instance if I search Google for a particular movie download I'll find the post with a link in a result, but when I click the link it takes me to the forum with the standard "you have to register to see content" message. I then register and can see the post, so Google does index these unless the forum uses a robots.txt no index.
     
  8. brkseven

    brkseven Regular Member

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    If the webmasters allow indexing, then they defeat the purpose of compulsory registration, as the pages would be accessible by googling them.

    Of course, believe it or not, many wouldn't know that and sign up.

    I guess paid for registration forums would be safer, as I expect webmasters to be more protective then.
     
  9. ceung

    ceung Registered Member

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    Yep, I've dabbled in the field of using archive.org to find unique content but, you're right, it's laborious as hell! Often I think it would be quicker to just write an article myself!
     
  10. seoivan7

    seoivan7 Newbie

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    Yes password / paywalls can still be spidered, depending on the webmaster so check the copyscape.
     
  11. jinshiwanjia

    jinshiwanjia Newbie

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    Search Engine like Google can access the website and cache the content which required people login. I am sure.
     
  12. No Limits

    No Limits Junior Member

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    Copyscape to be safe. Good idea if it works for you, but not really practical
    for a sustainable business.