Is it Ethical?

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Hi all.

I'm quite new to the whole black-hat SEO thing. But from what I have read black-hat SEO are techniques that are borderline non-ethical ways of performing SEO activities right?

Now i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?

Just wondering how you guys view this point. I always thought that chatgpt is just trained on information and whatever it writes it is always original because it does not copy straight content, but since the AI forums here fall under the blackhat topic does dat indicate something is not too 'ethical' about using chatgpt to create blog posts, articles or just content in general?
 
If you want to be an expert in a job, you need to know all the details of the job. This includes its dark side.

It's up to you whether to implement it or not.
 
Black-hat SEO is the practice of using unethical or deceptive techniques to improve a website's ranking in search engine results pages, and AIs can help fast-track the process.
 
Hi all.

I'm quite new to the whole black-hat SEO thing. But from what I have read black-hat SEO are techniques that are borderline non-ethical ways of performing SEO activities right?

Now i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?

Just wondering how you guys view this point. I always thought that chatgpt is just trained on information and whatever it writes it is always original because it does not copy straight content, but since the AI forums here fall under the blackhat topic does dat indicate something is not too 'ethical' about using chatgpt to create blog posts, articles or just content in general?
You are on a "blackhat" website tho
 
You can use AI there is no problem AI use the free content and show it to you and GPT modify and edit many things that you do not know when something might be copy and paste from a copyright website from a free website as long as can access the info is ok and besides that collecting we do not know how much modify the info before showing a result, so don't worry about it, just make it look like your personal opinion about certain things that you investigted from no copyright sources.
 
I may be a pos, but my only parameter is legality. Being ethical is highly subjective. Is it ethical to interrupt every single video on youtube with an ad after another? is it ethical to say that your online store has free shipping but you're charging for it anyways in the product price? is it ethical to be an influencer and using filters in your pics?

Besides, all knowledge is derivative, there's nothing absolutely original. So an article made up by chatgpt isn't that different from writing an essay regards a topic you studied about, you are just regurgitation knowledge you learned, shaping it differently.
 
Buy and resell how to get rich on the internet is what brought us here. Article spinning is nothing new.
 
AI generated text on its own is not even blackhat as Google allows it in their ToS :)
what we do is take it to the next level though hehe
 
If you want to be an expert in a job, you need to know all the details of the job. This includes its dark side.

It's up to you whether to implement it or not.
Where do I find dark job please I need itb
 
i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?
Yes, AI models are typically trained on large datasets of text and code, which may include a variety of copyrighted materials. When an AI model generates new text, it is essentially recombining and rephrasing the information it has learned from this training data.
 
is that an 'ethical' thing to do?
It may not sound ethical. But if you use the information it gives you and change/edit the text so that it sounds more personalized, then you shouldn't worry about it.
 
Hi all.

I'm quite new to the whole black-hat SEO thing. But from what I have read black-hat SEO are techniques that are borderline non-ethical ways of performing SEO activities right?

Now i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?

Just wondering how you guys view this point. I always thought that chatgpt is just trained on information and whatever it writes it is always original because it does not copy straight content, but since the AI forums here fall under the blackhat topic does dat indicate something is not too 'ethical' about using chatgpt to create blog posts, articles or just content in general?
Money has no ethic
as long as you are not breaking any tangible and written laws and policies of the websites or whatsoever then just do it
 
Hi all.

I'm quite new to the whole black-hat SEO thing. But from what I have read black-hat SEO are techniques that are borderline non-ethical ways of performing SEO activities right?

Now i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?

Just wondering how you guys view this point. I always thought that chatgpt is just trained on information and whatever it writes it is always original because it does not copy straight content, but since the AI forums here fall under the blackhat topic does dat indicate something is not too 'ethical' about using chatgpt to create blog posts, articles or just content in general?
Using ChatGPT for creating blog posts, articles, or content is not unethical, but the intent and quality of the content matter. High-quality, informative, and original content created with AI can be a valuable asset, whereas using it to churn out low-quality, spammy content would be frowned upon in the SEO community. Hope I sound helpful & inform able.
 
I once went to a mental health doctor and told them what I'm doing is not ethical.

They told me if it's legal and all that stuff, no worries.

Afterall, doctors aren't worried about ethics too much.

Are they? :smirk:

Ethics is used as a new name for some random religion like rules and dogmas.
 
Where do I find dark job please I need itb
I have only skill is buy plug and selll same way resell resale how the hell those people generate so much cash while I working paycheck to paycheck even though they don’t have job still
My next door neighbor transformed by day to day in week to week in month to month
Person out gold teeth, driving 2006 Toyota, next day new glasses new chain new watch new driving srt dodgers, next day got srt and other one kitty dodgers in months later they got new drip and Benz amg, I was like mmm I want to try what he doing so I got job work my first Two paycheck in one month ain’t quality for srt kitty or Benz even I try to spend on drip nun of them I can afford even I ask him what kind of job do you work for and I want to join, they smile as their mutt as gold with diamonds back at me then snorted and spat on me tell me get your goofy ass up out of here before I ama pop your bum ass out here
 
Hi all.

I'm quite new to the whole black-hat SEO thing. But from what I have read black-hat SEO are techniques that are borderline non-ethical ways of performing SEO activities right?

Now i was wondering about AI when someone uses for example Chatgpt to create articles, does it just straight up 'copy' other people's content / articles and rewrites it? is that an 'ethical' thing to do? and can you get in trouble for doing that?

Just wondering how you guys view this point. I always thought that chatgpt is just trained on information and whatever it writes it is always original because it does not copy straight content, but since the AI forums here fall under the blackhat topic does dat indicate something is not too 'ethical' about using chatgpt to create blog posts, articles or just content in general?
People that worry too much about ethic they have empty fridge.
By the way if you only use chatgpt without adding your own special magic things you will never rank.
 
No one will give you this fish. You need to research and network. Also I do not recommend it.
I don’t give a shit I want to take a risk, I ain’t no fucking toddler, I am grow ass men and this my life lifestyle I chose, not you, don’t tell me what can and what cannot, give me a damn job
I did research and network waiting for job up in here that hire me
 
I don’t give a shit I want to take a risk, I ain’t no fucking toddler, I am grow ass men and this my life lifestyle I chose, not you, don’t tell me what can and what cannot, give me a damn job
I did research and network waiting for job up in here that hire me
heck of a way to ask for a job here.
 
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