Is Paraphrasing (Rewriting) Articles Legit in the Eyes of Google?

That's a trade secret, young man!

I can confirm this works. I was doing this last fall slightly & had success with the ~20 articles I ended up posting.



Not much more work than using an AI or even writing the articles yourself. It depends on if you want what you're working for or not.
I agree with you, tried Writesonic a couple of weeks ago and was struggling to produce an article let's say 1500 words without spending at least 2 hours.
Writing articles myself from scratch is out of question.
 
Seems like a lot of work.
Personally, I proofread approximately 4-5 times faster than I write.
It's a lot of work, yes, but I also do two things in one: I proofread + SEO optimize the article that I would have to do it anyway and takes also a lot of time (at least for me, that I'm very dedicated to optimization)
 
My question to you is does your article rank?
Too early to say as my site is quite new. But I am getting trickles of traffic from unexpected keywords right now. This is what I notice. As long as you put out unique contents, someone will find it through searches you are not even targeting.
 
That's a trade secret, young man!

I can confirm this works. I was doing this last fall slightly & had success with the ~20 articles I ended up posting.



Not much more work than using an AI or even writing the articles yourself. It depends on if you want what you're working for or not.
Hello buddy, I tested the translations using DeepL but it is not providing me with unique contents as per Copyscape and Quetext. This is how my translation goes: English->French->German->English. Is there a better way to do the translations based on your experience?
 
Hello buddy, I tested the translations using DeepL but it is not providing me with unique contents as per Copyscape and Quetext. This is how my translation goes: English->French->German->English. Is there a better way to do the translations based on your experience?

I found articles in Spanish & French, then translated to either French or Spanish then to English & sometimes spun the content. But copyscape showed something like 96% uniqueness, so, I just edited the sentence structure until I got as high uniqueness as I could.

I use QueText now, though. I’ve never had any problems with copyscape but I enjoy Quetexts format.
 
You can rewrite articles that rank, but you would need human editing to make it high quality content.
 
What are your thoughts about whether it's possible to rank on Google with well-rewritten content?

Most writers parahrase many things in a given article. In my experience, paraphrasing does work up to a certain extent.
 
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