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Im in a little bit of an interesting situation. [SEO related]

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by rampant, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. rampant

    rampant Newbie

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    hi,
    Im in a little bit of an interesting situation and need some guidance.
    Well im looking to start an ecommerce website.
    The way ive gone about things is :
    1. I've gotten products to sell.
    2.Im copying the articles(from sellers websites) flatout and placing these copied articles on my ecommerce website.

    I'm a firm believer in seo, how should i go about my seo strategy? keeping in mind my product descriptions are copied and not original?
    Also how should i infuse my keywords within the articles? what strategy should i use to rank each of my product pages for their designated keywords?

    In a nutshell, i want to rank copied articles on an ecommerce website based on keywords iv researched using market samurai.

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. shooo

    shooo Newbie

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    So basically you want to profit from plagiarizing?

    Trust me, your website will never even rank at all. Google is smarter than you think. If you want to even try then at least get a content spinner.
     
  3. rampant

    rampant Newbie

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    It's actually not plagiarizing. ill be giving a link to the source of the article.
    also as the website would be having literally 1000's of products so it wont be feasable to write articles for all of them.

    I think most ecommerce website's do this, just copy and paste the descriptions of the sellers products.
    I don't intend to plagiarize, if i did i would spinning the articles, im not looking to fool the search engines at all.
     
  4. lancis

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    Google doesnt care whether you copy-paste the descriptions or not, it will rank you above the original article if you're better than the original. For example, if you have better backlinks.

    Otherwise, you'll end up in the omitted results, e.q. the famous: "In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the xxx already displayed."
     
  5. rampant

    rampant Newbie

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    so all i need to basically do is go through my offsite seo as planned? nothing special?
    thanks,
     
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    Onsite as well. Basically take your source and make it better.
     
  7. rampant

    rampant Newbie

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    also, is tagging any good?
    I mean, if i do some really good keyword research and find really easy keywords to rank at.
    will tagging posts with these keywords be any good? in terms of seo