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Hubpages removed my hub

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by hist0ry, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. hist0ry

    hist0ry Regular Member

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    So today I was building my first series of buffer sites and simply spun an article ona topic it was readable and was 60% unique or so and within 20 minutes I got a hubpage message saying my content has been removed etc etc.

    Can anyone suggest the best sites for 2.0 as buffers? e.g. wordpress and squidoo as hubpages is clearly bad for this
     
  2. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    geezer466 Regular Member

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    You need to work harder..If hubpages can see it is spun google will also do so easily!!

    Not what you want to hear but this is the way it is now. Obviously spun content is about as much use as a one legged bloke in an arse kicking contest!!
     
  4. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    I had similiar results in HQ spun article :) Maybe they have done something with their spam-bot... set delay for 30s instead of 6s and see if that works for you.
     
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    hist0ry Regular Member

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    surely if its just a 2.0 property im using for some backlinks a 40-60% uniquenes shouldnt matter?
     
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    For increasing the number of backlinks and visibility "Content is the key" as well as submitting to proper sites. But when you submit the same article to a number of sites doesn't that count as being duplicate content being spread?
     
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    The key benefit is getting the site indexed. As long as Google indexes your site, and backlink then you are fine.

    Generally 60% is OK.
     
  9. hpv222

    hpv222 Power Member

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    nah, hubpages are just anal, they will remove your 100% unique content too - removed mine due to "self-promotion," where self-promotion means that I had two links to my entirely legit, pure, and white as a snowflake site

    hubpages are not worth it IMO, use squidoo - they don't like anything shady, but once your lens is up, it is up for good even if you blast it with 1000s of xrumer and sb links
     
  10. veer pan

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    Still it gives added values if it comes from quality content. Since quality content == real readers. Which eventually direct to your money site.