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In the eyes of G is rewritting an article unique?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dgfalk, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    We all know that you gotta add new content to your sites from time to but I HATE writing so ive been taking the lazy route. Ill go to ezine and copy an article related to my site. Ill paste in into word and put it up on my secondary monitor. On my main monitor ill have blank word document and begine rewritting the article. I try to rewrite every single sentence, but if I can't ill at least change a couple words in it. Somewhat like spinning but I think its better.

    In the eyes of google will this be a 100% unique article? With the new g update I want everything to be unique so I dont get slapped with dup content.
     
  2. habashir11

    habashir11 Registered Member

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    I'd use free article spinning software if I was you.
    Alternatively, try CopyScape, they can check it for you (10 dollars for 200 checks) and make sure all content is original
     
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    I cant find the thread on here now but someone posted about this and that google can still track and flag spun articles.

    Because they sometimes have the same sentence flow like this , So its easy to flag and find dupe content:

    {What a good day|What a fun day|What an aewsome day}

    Not sure how google tracks it but its best to download the article then re-write it using dragon naturally speaking.
     
  4. habashir11

    habashir11 Registered Member

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    Dude....google is a massive pain in the butt, isn't it

    Seems like half the stuff we do is to get around their rules
     
  5. shadowedsniper

    shadowedsniper Junior Member

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    Lets be honest, in order to succeed with internet marketing you have to constantly play cat and mouse with google... It's a full time game keeping up with them (and I'm sure they're saying the same thing about us lol)

    Only difference is google pays better ;)
     
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    bibirisca Junior Member

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    G sees spinned content. In order to make good money you have to spend money.
    If you can't write, pay someone to do it (USD 1/100 words). If you can't pay 5 bucks for a decent unique article, you'll be playing in the small league.
    I learned myself that outsourcing is the key to success by spending lots of money on projects with no future where I wrote the articles, built shitty backlinks and so on.
    If you want to hit page one, then every aspect of your project must be done professional.

    Your answer is here:

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     http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/284937-you-dont-know-sh-t-about-search-engine-optimization-if-you-dont-read-understand.html 
     
  7. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    It seems like everyone thinks I am spinning the content, which i am not, I am rewritting the sentences into my own. For example.

    Origional Sentence: The compact design fits easily into tight spaces and provides ample storage with 1 slide-out wire rack

    My Rewrite: If space is tight the compact design will easily fit into small spaces, and while small, it provides more than enough storage space. It also features 1 slide out rack.

    Will google see that as unique? While not spun Im still copying the sentence.
     
  8. shadowedsniper

    shadowedsniper Junior Member

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    I think if you aren't fully rewriting the articles, like you mentioned some times when you only change a few sentences/words, it's probably more harmful than using even a free spinner.

    I'd think a full rewrite like you are doing would be the best thing though...

    I use the best spinner and AMR and for a while it was helping a lot but now the payoffs aren't as noticeable... I dunno if it has to do with google's new algo change or not
     
  9. Sinatra

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    Pretty sure OP rewrites the whole article. If it's unique enough, I don't see why google would have any problems with it.
     
  10. thetvnun

    thetvnun Power Member

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    your article is unique, but unless your sales copy is shakespeare and your promoting it to SERP in a major way, i cant see how you will be able to compete with people using tbs and arm. i mean, it sounds like an uphill battle. i often purchase 3 for 5 on fiverr and nest them deeply. i think others do similar stuff. i think it would be hard to compete the way you are doing it; unless your sure.
     
  11. dankerman666

    dankerman666 Regular Member

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    Hey one sure way to find out, submit it to EZA LOLOLO:wall:
     
  12. Monrox

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    It is a lot better than spinning. I usually do it this way, also switching the position of the rephrased paragraphs. For competitive niches you can take several articles and join several paragraphs into one, all rephrased. Then split the now 3-4 times longer text into 3-4 pages.

    You can slip a new sentence here and there reflecting your opinion or expanding / clarifying a statement with an additional example (conveniently inserting a keyword if needed).

    It takes ages so it is up to you whether you want to go that way.
     
  13. dgfalk

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    Good to know. I am doing this for my micro niche sites, i already have my main/static page setup will all the keyword I am trying to rank for. I just want to add relevant content once a week or so, so google sees i am updating my site. I could care less if these articles/posts rank at all, i just do it to show I am updating my site and to add more content so it doesnt seem like a MFA site.
     
  14. seoguru13

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    I honestly think that trying to beat google on content will be a futile attempt in the long run. I've seen people getting great traffic and a decent pagerank too, with no SEO work, just because of good content that brings in real people. I think this is a basic rule of SEO, that people tend to miss in the hurry for quick rankings and instant results. Content was king and remains king!

    But, from the OP's point of view, if you can completely recreate the ideas in a non-schematic way, which is followed in spinning, G should not have an issue with it. As someone said, try submitting to ezine or another directory. Check copyscape too.
     
  15. loldude

    loldude Newbie

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    Just don't make it look like the article is rewritten entirely. shuffle around some sentences, add some new content, remove some content.