Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by soa0611, Jun 20, 2016.
Is it safe - using SPUN content in T1's, which passes Copyscape?
"How much safe"?
This post seems spun.
lol my english is not good
Depends who you ask - lots of people on here will tell you it's the end of the world. Personally, I've never had any issues with using spun content on T1 outside of what feels like a slightly higher % of my links getting taken down.
You must indexed your backlinks
I would say it is not highly recommendable to use spun contents on Tier-1s. You will get the maximum effect of your backlinks when the content is fresh and unique. You can definitely use spun contents for 2nd & 3rd tier backlinks.
Are you manually spinning it or are you using software.
I used to manually spin content on my old affiliate websites without any issues. However, I didn't do SEO for most of those sites (I just promoted them through blog comments and social media), so I'm not sure if those sites ran into any issues.
If you manually spin an original article you can get up to 3 unique copies that makes sense. Just re arrange the paragraphs and add a picture or video to some.
For tier 2 you can step up the spinning so you can get 100+ unique copies that are semi readable.
I use the Best Spinner though you can use Word AI turing and then manually edit the output.
Is backlinking still relevant? From what I understood, after google's algorithm updates last year, this method carries very little weight.
I may specify - it's more about auto-spinning (not full spun garbage but relatively quality)
Why do people keep bringing up these unfounded nonsense, the only reason that spun content is a problem on T1 is because of mods deleting yoru shit, as for SEO it doesn't matter at all, sometimes i really wonder why you people are on a blackhat forum, seriously why are you here when you obviously don't have the balls to do BH SEO?
You are joking right?
I have spun articles on T1 that I created several years ago. They are still alive. Only a few were deleted because of non activities, the articles contain affiliate links or the ceased operation of the sites. As long as the output of the spun articles is readable, it is should be fine. It does not have to be perfect. Sometimes I use software to spin but I make sure the synonyms are correctly used. I don't even use Copyscape to check for uniqueness. I just don't spread the article over too many Web 2.0s.
The only time it is not safe to use spun articles is when you post unreadable articles to sites that are highly moderated by the users or owners.
Spin + Hand tweak T1 to be readable so that content will stick. Don't overthink it, and don't spend too much time on it.
So, isn't that a good enough reason to stop building links with SPAM content.
Content is so inexpensive now a days, why would you want to risk it?
Its clear about deleting it by Web20 mods.
But what about Google penalty? Anybody faced it?
1 page web 2.0 with human written content = 1 page web 2.0 with spun content if you get a manual check by big G. I see people using spun content on money site and banking hard, yet you have lots of people telling you spun content for t1 and even t2 is the end of the world.
I'm not sure why spam had to be in all caps, but good for you!
OP asked if using spun content was safe. I replied that it was, and mentioned one downside of using it. You clearly have nothing to add to this conversation, so perhaps you shouldn't comment at all
These people are largely on this blackhat forum to sell shitty products, many of which rely on people believing stuff like 'spun content doesn't work'. Just look at the genius JRVIP that replied to me for evidence.
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