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I found a way around spam removers??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mikem, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. mikem

    mikem Newbie

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    Question - I created a blog on wordpress.com manually with a script that I wrote that just creates the content and then I copy paste it into the blog... one of the blogs (so far) from about 40 was removed because of course if anyone reads the blog he can see that its junk.

    HOWEVER -

    My question is this. Lets say I do the same thing but I post not in English but in... lets say POLISH or some other strange language. In that case Google will NEVER know its junk and any person reading it, unless he is from Poland, will know about it. Right?

    So, is posting NOT in english is the number 1 way around anti spam checks??

    You think pages in English give higher PR? No right??
     
  2. Bongos

    Bongos Junior Member

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    Isn't their a Polish Google? And what do you expect to gain from a Polish Jibberish blog? How would you rank or do anything?
     
  3. mikem

    mikem Newbie

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    How many people you think work in google who speak polish? 5?

    I would gain from the links that I post in the blog, which point to my own sites... what kind of question is this?
     
  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Google supports automatic language detection* and will immediately know its a spam blog. Not to mention Google understands almost every major language on earth. So while your method might deceive a bunch of humans it will not fool Google. Not to mention you won't get much English traffic or wahtever language your going for. If you get any it will most likely be from someone of that language or a foreigner looking up a word and your site happens to show up randomly.

    * See Google translator for proof.
     
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  5. platinvm

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    Google has a auto translator..people use it as a proxy..
     
  6. mikem

    mikem Newbie

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    Ho god... you don't understand.

    1) I am not after traffic. I am linking from the blogs to a bunch of sites, to increase the PR and backlinks of these sites, so THEY will get traffic. Those sites are legit with good content on them. I am just link building!


    2) I have seen sites get to very high ranking positions ONLY by having such links... from blogs with total junk posts of them. I posted a spam report to google about 100 times, telling them "check this out, these people spam, do something about it" but they don't give a shit. So, now I am doing it.

    3) Even that the content is auto generated and totally spammi, in English, google STILL indexed these blogs that I made.... as far as I can tell google cannot distinguish between junk auto generated spam posts and real ones...if they would be able to distinguish, these blogs would not be indexed... they are indexed.

    4) what I am saying is that for the case that in the future, somehow, google WILL be able to tell total junk articles / posts from real ones, in English (to develop something like that would be super HARD), then in another language it will be 100 times harder and they would not put the effort into it....
     
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    it would only add one easy step for them

    1.click translate to English button
     
  8. blackzeus

    blackzeus Registered Member

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    I think if the blog has relevant content but different language, google wont flag it spam but the link juice will be greatly diminish. But i think it can add some juice.
     
  9. Bongos

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    Fair enough, but how much link juice do you think you'll get? And what happens when it gets slapped as a spam site? It would be easier to just keep it legit.
     
  10. BlackSmack

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    You should just cloak the site that would solve your problem.
     
  11. mikem

    mikem Newbie

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    In this case, I am trying to rank high on these pages for very not competitive none commercial kws.

    From my experience of more than 5 years doing SEO (in this case for VERY competitive kws), as long as the links are cached, they help the rankings. I don't care about PR at all for more than 2 years now and I am doing just fine.