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My super sneaky way to get unique content.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by DebtFreeMe, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. DebtFreeMe

    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    If this has been shared before, I'm sorry, I just happened to discover it by accident.

    This is great for nearly any niche...

    First go to
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    http://www.expireddomains.net/domain-name-search/
    and search for whatever keyword you want... This will bring up a list of domains that have recently expired.

    Be sure to go into "show filter" and check the TLDs you only want to see like .com, .net, .org and such, and check the Deleted Domains in the Domain List...

    Once you do that you will have only websites that have been recently deleted... You can use this for picking up good domain names that may actually already have page rank and a ton of backlinks...

    But for what we're doing we next copy one of those domain names that look like they are directly related to your niche and copy the url, I get the best results from sites that have the word "blog" in their name and are more than a year old.

    Now go to the way back machine
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    http://archive.org/web/web.php
    and paste your copied url into the search area and hit enter. Once you do that select a date that you would like to see the site on... And there it will show you the content of the site... Content that is no longer indexed by Google :cool:.

    Now copy a few sentences of each article you would like to use from that deindexed website, and paste them into Google with quotes around it, "content"... Now hit enter, if you don't see any sites with that exact same content, you've now found some unique content for your site...

    The best part is this is an ever green method because every day hundreds to thousands of sites get deindexed...

    Enjoy, and use responsibly or irresponsibly as the need suits you :borladuck
     
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    HaiiroNeko Power Member

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    Great post, I never thought about that.
    Thank you for sharing this method.
     
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    Really interesting way op. Thx!
     
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    Very out of the box thinking. Great share.

    Thanks and +rep.
     
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    This is something I just realized earlier today... So here are some other tips... If the first couple of dates just send you to a godaddy or other type screen go father back in time... Depending on the topic don't go to far back or it will not be relevant.

    On some of the way back machine listings you can hit the "read more" links or the title to get full articles, on others you can't... So don't just try your first website and decide you can't go farther down in the links.

    Also.... I have learned not to just hit the recently deleted, because Godaddy likes to keep the most premium domains up for auction, even if they are not live... so try those links also... I've gotten good results there...

    Good luck and to those that have thanked me, go forth and dominate this little trick... Of course you'll be right behind me ;)
     
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    Thanks for the share. Rep added.
     
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    Good share mate. As all we know, unique content with specific keywords will boost visibility in search results. It also increases the probability that readers will return.
     
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    Has been shared before, but its still a wicked little trick.
     
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    I think a lot of people do this. I've been doing it for awhile. But this is still a great share.

    The only thing you need to be careful of is making sure that you are not just copying low quality spun content. When you are copying and pasting a ton of articles, it is easy to get a bunch of junk as well.
     
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    useful post mate. Thanks;)
     
  12. DebtFreeMe

    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    Absolutely, but that is the same with any way that you get content... Spun crappy content can actually bring down the SEO quality. Spinning is great but it is just the first step to creating useful content.
     
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    Oh sweet. Thanx op for enlightening us with this method.
     
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    Thanks. This isn't new but it's my favorite blackhat technique. You can sometimes find good, unique content doing this but 99% of the time it will already be copied and indexed or it won't be available. This is something you really need to automate and add some twists to if you want to make it work. You can read more here (it's a bit dated but still relevant):
    Desert Scraping Part1: http://www.bluehatseo.com/black-hole-seo-desert-scraping/
    Desert Scraping Part2: http://www.bluehatseo.com/black-hole-seo-the-real-desert-scraping/
     
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    Even if the content is not indexed still google caches the content. I shared this trick over a year ago.