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I Need Your Opinion In The RESULTS Of My Experiment

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Four Seasons, May 17, 2012.

  1. Four Seasons

    Four Seasons Regular Member

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    We'll go blackhat...

    I've been seriously working for months now to generate a content that perfectly makes sense, 100% unique, and of course without using any non-english characters (encoded stuffs &,#123; etc that makes the content quite unrecognizable by the search engines). You can actually see my earlier threads about this research. However, just tonight I was just amazed by the result.

    Notice these two pool of boxes here:

    Original Content:

    How does a school or educational facility combat these issues? As illustrated above, many of these problems are at the root of the school's timekeeping system. When the clocks don't work or display inaccurate time, nothing impairs the organization and flow of operations in the building more. The only answer to these problems is the implementation of a synchronized school clock system. Not only will synchronized clocks eliminate the issues regarding accurate time displays, but with the right manufacturer, the system will have the ability to fix problems associated with the bell system as well.


    Rewritten Content:

    How does a school or educational facility combat these issues? As illustrated above, many of these problems are at the root of the school's timekeeping system. When the clocks don't work or display inaccurate time, nothing impairs the organization and flow of operations in the building more. The only answer to these problems is the implementation of a synchronized school clock system. Not only will synchronized clocks eliminate the issues regarding accurate time displays, but with the right manufacturer, the system will have the ability to fix problems associated with the bell system as well.




    If you'll check the rewritten one with copyscape, it easily passed the check.

    Now, if you check the source code of this page and search for the two text above and compare you wouldn't see any encoded cyrillic characters (&,#92811; etc). Normally, if the content is encoded, just checking the source code of the page will reveal the characters which corresponds to other language. In this, you won't see encoded characters as you would normally see from an ordinary encoder (which obviously makes the content unique).

    I tried to preview what the article would look like in Ezine Articles, no encoded stuff on the preview, perfectly clean. Though I haven't submitted an article yet.

    I also checked with different authority Web 2.0 properties and the posts appear great as well.

    - Now what I need to know is if there is any significance of this result..
    - How does google understand our content?
    - Do unique articles without encoding that makes sense would make a difference?
    - What do you think will be the effect of this kind of content, SEO wise especially after Penguin?

    Thank you so much for reading.
     
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  2. EvilPlankton

    EvilPlankton Junior Member

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    I seem to recall there was a similar WP Plugin that would convert posts to some kind of machine-encoded values. They would display properly and pass copyscape just like your example. Unfortunately, Google caught on to it and promptly de-indexed every site that was using it. I don't recall the name of the plugin though, perhaps someone else might?
     
  3. Four Seasons

    Four Seasons Regular Member

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    Is it WP-Unique? This thing works in a different manner. By the way, this works only on pure ASCII, so no hidden characters or anything that would make it unrecognizable by the search crawlers.

    By the way, for the last months, I used encoded articles which were created from WP-Unique and none of the pages were deindexed, although most of them are not ranking well. But it still works for me until now.
     
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  4. exclusivejobleads

    exclusivejobleads Newbie

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    That looks great!

    Although the OP said it didn't have hidden encoded characters in that unique text, I just want to share my experience with the encoded articles before until now. These kinds of articles worked perfectly for building web 2.0 Property linkwheels and Tier 1 links (I did it manually, without any help of automation). Website did ranked for some keywords.

    Although I wouldn't risk posting these kinds of articles in my money site, it really works perfectly in building Web 2.0 properties based on my experience.

    But my assumption is that thing might be worthy if the person who will use that method knows what he's doing.
     
  5. Four Seasons

    Four Seasons Regular Member

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    I am going to test this out on a new site. Hoping for positive results.
     
  6. Ginger_Ale

    Ginger_Ale Registered Member

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    So how does this work? Does it have to do with spacing? :confused:

    I googled "How does a school or educational facility combat these issues" (copied from the second paragraph) and I get Your search - "How do e s a school or e ducati onal faci lity comb at these issues" - did not match any documents.

    And when I paste the text and try to move from word to word using ctrl+arrows the text chunks don't correspond with words...

    If Google checks spelling, grammar and stuff, how can this be considered useful content, even if it's unique?
     
  7. SuperLinks

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    From what I can tell that'll change the entire meaning of the word, thus making it look like a garbled mess to Google.

    Honestly, test it out and let us know your results. As someone else mentioned, WP-Unique has a hard time ranking things since Google looks at what it produces differently than how we as a viewer reads it.

    What could be good is if you are looking to use scraped content of a popular site and don't really want any trackbacks or copyscape problems. This means you could intelligently build a community around topics, and stay under the radar. Google may not give you much love, but the visitors still could.