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method for unique content to web 2.0s

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by paligap351, Jun 13, 2013.

  1. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    its a bitch to create mass amounts of well written unique content daily. how is this for an idea: find a book at the library, preferably out of print, non fiction, well written and unknown. google to make sure none of the book's content is indexed by google. then, transcribe 500 words out of the book for each of my web 2.0s. you have probably 200 500 wrd articles in the average book. it would take about 5 minutes to type out. theres about 80 unique articles in a day.

    the headings can be related to my link. and the sentence that comes before and after my link will be words relating to my niche.

    any problems with this idea? seems the best, easiest way to pump out "unique" content

    thanks
     
  2. ComputerJunkie

    ComputerJunkie Regular Member

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    Already been posted
     
  3. steelballs

    steelballs BANNED BANNED

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    Really this dude will do it quicker for you...

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  4. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    im not here all day. thanks for your help
     
  5. ComputerJunkie

    ComputerJunkie Regular Member

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    Neither am I, I just know how to use the search function mate.
     
  6. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    so if im asking a question about seo, which changes constantly (every day), i should rely only on information given up to 4 years ago? theres always new people reading a question who id like to hear from. a old and new consensus is best.

    were all aware theres a search. its unhelpful and a waste of time to be reminded constantly. lazy unhelpful fucking assholes. and im not your mate
     
  7. ComputerJunkie

    ComputerJunkie Regular Member

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    Now now, calm down friend, no need to get hot and flustered on a public domain.

    Granted SEO changes everyday! Minor changes that you and I wouldn't dream of guessing, however something as major as copying transcripts from library books, now the answer to that doesn't change.

    Good luck with your endeavours, I'd suggest you sign up to some decent libraries and bring lots of change for the photocopier.
     
  8. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    again you havent helped. how can you post so much without helping. is it because you know nothing, mate?
     
  9. ComputerJunkie

    ComputerJunkie Regular Member

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    Yes I know nothing.

    Why would I feel the need to help a person like you out who is too damn lazy to use the search function.

    You're not worth helping if you're not willing to help yourself. End of story.
     
  10. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    Why using those articles as Tire 1 you can use it directly on your money site.
     
  11. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    if i wasnt trying to 'help myself' i wouldnt be here asking questions you dolt.
     
  12. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    i guess youre being funny? or do you really think that is a good idea?
     
  13. ComputerJunkie

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    paligap351 Junior Member

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    I do appreciate the links. If anybody would like to add to the discussion, it would be appreciated. Thank you
     
  16. scorpion king

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    I am not funny my dear. If you are sure the book you got is not found online and the authors or publishers won't take action if you publish there content then you are good to use it on your main site. But here is a huge risk involved here.

    The better way to do this is. Find a non english book related to your niche. Make sure its not available online. Then, translate it - post it on your blog.
    I don't put these content on WEB 2.0's because. While writing content for WEB 2.0 i focus mainly on LSI keywords i won't give more importance to main keywords. If i use these type of content on my WEB 2.0's obviously i will be using my main keyword what i target for and it will trigger google.
     
  17. Dutchwarrior

    Dutchwarrior Newbie

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    Just use a article spinner. Much quicker.

    Or use a program that can scan the text in your book and convert it to text on the computer.
     
  18. watley

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    Honestly, I'd rather just write content myself. If I'm going to have to type out everything myself, I may as well spend 25% more time creating an original article. I guess if your English isn't that great or you're a bad writer, this method might be useful. Still way too time extensive for tier 1 though, in my mind.