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How to find if content is quality or not?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wriper, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Hi guys,
    I am from foreign country so i pay people trough internet to write my articles.
    But after last Panda update my website dropped some places i think it has happened beacuse of content or onpage seo on my website.
    Of course article is unique but not written by me so i cant say if it is rewritten or not but it passed CopyScape.
    I would like to ask what should i do to make my article more quality i have two H2 Tags one with synonym and one with long tail and also one H3 tag but not related to kw.
    Also what about sentences how long should they be? Should there be linkings ( MoreOver, Howewer etc...)?
    Thanks for answers guys! :)
     
  2. peerless2acme

    peerless2acme BANNED BANNED

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    When you are paying someone for getting your articles then they are accountable for every aspect of article. It's they who need to worry rather than you. It's high time you got a set of new writers who are having high quality. :D
     
  3. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    I use iWriter and i have to accept article before paying for that so i need to know how to find if content there is real quality content? :)
     
  4. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    @OP: Leave all and outsource your work to peerless2acme, he does a great job. I usually orders all the articles from him.
     
  5. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Where is his topic? Are these articles suitable for micro niches?
     
  6. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Uniqueness of articles is another thing and quality of article is another thing. You must hire writers who know what is high quality content and what is the content that will just pass copyscape only.
     
  7. Th3T3chGuy

    Th3T3chGuy Senior Member

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    This is how I look at it:

    Money Site: High quality, readable, no grammatical errors, unique and pass copyscape.

    Tier 1 & 2: Unique, somewhat readable and pass copyscape.

    Tier 3 & 4: Scraped and spun to at least 60%.


    When I receive the articles from the writer, I go through these sites:

    http://smallseotools.com/plagiarism-checker/

    http://www.plagium.com/

    http://copyscape.com/


    If they pass, I'll go through it myself and I consider it to be high quality and everything looks good I'll keep it, if not I'll send it back for a revision.
     
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  8. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Thanks guys and how to find that article is really good readable is there any algorythm for that which you use?
     
  9. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    Here are some ways you can achieve good quality content, should be Unique Spin : If you are writing an article about something that has been written about many times over try taking a different spin on it. Re-writing the same old stuff will only have so much of an effect on increasing awareness about your business or your brand. Quality content should be passing copyscape that's very important.
     
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  10. SolidMind

    SolidMind Newbie

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    Just about paying for content....
    [FONT=&quot]It depends on what you are willing to pay for your articles. There are so many so called article writers out there.

    Most of them just rewrite some content to make it unique, and to pass copyscape. I think when you pay 4 or 5 USD for a 400 - 500 word article, you can't expect much of it. Not for webpage content.
    I work with several writers. One for blog comments, I pay about 9 - 10 USD for 200 words. But this writer do a fantastic job on researching. This writer gives a great comment on the blog post. Not just some empty words. At the end I pay 10 USD for a blog comment but the approval rate is very high, even on a high PR page with just a few comments.

    But before I met this writer, I spend may USD on terrible writers.
    Now I have found some great writers who deliver great, great content. All with their own expertise.
    Some writers ask a lot for some content. But if the content is great, why not. Eventually it is paying you back. [/FONT]
     
  11. AbbyBryant

    AbbyBryant Newbie

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    Have somebody else read it out loudly. each time they need to do a double-take or pause carefully because they didn't understand something, you need to re-write it. Professional content NEVER has any flaws.


    Or, you can hire an editor to polish the article for you. Depending on how long your content is, it can get expensive though.
     
  12. Fathom

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    I think a lot of people are confused by the meaning of quality content, it's not about how well it's written, it's about how informative the content is. How that content is layed out is also important, if 500 words is just dumped on the page then don't expect people to stick around and link to that content.

    If someone writes content that would appeal to rocket scientists, then yes, you would expect the readability level to be high, but that kind of content doesn't generally appeal to the everyday person, in fact people often dumb down their writing skills so that it appeals to the everyday person.

    If your content is high in grammar or not it doesn't really matter, what matters is the information that is provided, for example let's say that you are writing a general article on link building, maybe you would want to include details of the following:

    What is link building
    Types of links
    How to understand the trust of a link
    how to understand the authority of a link
    Why is social media critical in link building
    What is anchor text
    Why blackhat SEO's often fail in link building
    Ect.. Ect..

    You then may want to include charts, video tutorials, add some humour to the article and so on.

    Just to make it clear, a high quality article is not about spending $5, $10, $20 on an article that takes an hour to produce.

    A quality article may take a week to produce, check out this page: http://www.seomoz.org/beginners-guide-to-seo/growing-popularity-and-links it's highly informative, set out in a way that is appealing, but most importantly it garners natural links which in turn improves the authority of the page and the domain.
     
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  13. dheeraj4uuu

    dheeraj4uuu Newbie

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    Use paligirism checker and copyscape to check for dupes. But this does not determine that yours is a quality content, maybe try to read your articles, you can know how quality it is. Mostly copy writers i get from freelancers write not such a quality articles, they do it for money..
     
  14. paulwilliams972

    paulwilliams972 Regular Member

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    i think this youtube video help you youtube.com/watch?v=Y-apBvjQSH0
     
  15. Mickimia

    Mickimia Newbie

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    I too had the same problem, unique content is one of the reasons site gets drop. check the anchor text if you have 50% anchor texts (on page or off page) which talk about your niche you will see drop in ranking.
     
  16. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    here if it is blog you can write content in your language,there is no problem in that.blog dont need to have exact english.common enlgish is enough