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Method to Get Free Unique Content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MMBlack, Oct 19, 2013.

  1. MMBlack

    MMBlack Junior Member

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    [I've been reading about using iWriter to steal writers' content. I suspected that and always steer clear of situations where I won't be paid for my work. As a writer, I think stealing content is a douchebag thing to do. So I'm sharing a simple way to get content that is not exactly stealing from a writer ... it's more like borrowing. In another language. :)]


    This method is NOT NEW, but it's ridiculously simple.

    STEP 1: Assuming you want English-language content, go to a foreign article directory, preferably German or French. Why German or French? Because those languages are translated decently by Google Translate's automatic translation. If you're bilingual, that helps, but it's not necessary. An example of a foreign article directory would be misterinfo(dot)com.

    STEP 2: Copy the URL of the home page (e.g. misterinfo(dot)com) and paste it into Google search.

    STEP 3: The site will come up at the top of search results. Click the link that says "Translate this page."

    STEP 4: Voila! All the content listed on the home page is now translated into English. Scrape away! However, this is not a work-free method. You will probably need to spend 3-5 minutes cleaning up the article to make it perfectly readable. You'll change a few pronouns here and there. Maybe you'll see a word or two that didn't translate. But the basic content will be there. If it's too short, keep it as a chunk of content for future use. All in all, this will save you loads of time.

    STEP 5: Just to be sure, put the translated content through a plagiarism checker. Chances are that it's 100% unique content. Unless the method gets saturated! Feel free to use different article directories to mix it up and lessen the chance that someone else already used the translated article.

    Google Translate methods are as old as the hills, but I haven't read anything about this specific tactic. It couldn't be easier. You can also apply it to other scraping activities. And you don't have to copy/paste directly into Google Translate ... just use the automatic translation.
     
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    Thanks for the sharem, but to be honest the translations are so bad that you're better of just rewriting some article, more often then not you will have to rewrite 70/80 percent of the content due to the bad translations.

    I have tried it many times from Dutch to English and found that i used as much time repairing the translation as i would (re)writing a new article
     
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    thanks for share
     
  4. MMBlack

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    That's true. But that's why I specified to use French or German ONLY. Not Dutch. Not Arabic. Not Russian. Google Translate used to be total crap across the board, but they've gotten pretty good at certain big languages. If you use a language that Google is not good at translating, you will get crap. Even with French or German, your results will vary. Personally I have had success with it. I don't mind cleaning up/tweaking/polishing an article for 5 minutes when it would've taken me 30-60 to write it from scratch! ;)
     
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    yeah im doing almost the same thing from english to french ./ french ,english
     
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    Nice Share! Wonder if I can get contents on any niche using this method...hmm...time to give this one a spin & see how it goes.Thanks OP.
     
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    It's gonna take you way more time to correct the translated article mate. Switching between screen, trying to understand the meaning of the text in an another langage. Very time consuming.
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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    it works good you just need chrome and every thing is auto-mated .

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    Yes but still it is faster than manually writing the whole article. Plus you can use a german article on both french and english sites for more exposure. It's not like it's duplicate :D
     
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    i found it a lot faster when you rewriting it, anyway, it highly depends on different individuals english levels.
     
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    hmm, this is actually sounds good. Thanks for sharing! which plagiarism checker you recommended to use?
     
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    Nice that you took the time to share this, however this has been already in-built into some of those tools. Plus the translation sometimes require too much of work to correct the mistakes.
     
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    Very awesome sharing mate, keep it up.
     
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    This method is NOT NEW, but it's ridiculously simple. True

    Thanks for the share OP, like you say, not new but somebody might find it useful.
     
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    thanks for sharing the method OP :)
     
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    I use Dustball or PaperRater, if I'm just quickly checking. If I'm selling the article to a client or a site for upfront pay, I use Copyscape Premium. Dustball and PaperRater not infallible ... they miss stuff, so be careful.
     
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    [h=1]Plagiarisma Net Google Scholar Plagiarism Search is good but its slow.[/h]
     
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    works for anything not just article directories
     
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    Thanks for the share
    but i thinks quality content is not good
    google also easy detect this content because you translate with google product :D
    i think is better when translate with bing translate, and manual edited content after translate

    Thanks
     
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    I never tried Bing translate, but I will give it a shot! This method does require tweaking and not everyone will want to make use of it. Personally, though, I have found success with scraping French articles and doing auto-translate. 5 minutes of tweaking, then, VOILA!