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NewsPaperArchive, opinions?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Iwinyoulose, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. Iwinyoulose

    Iwinyoulose Newbie

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    This website was mentioned in these forums sometime in 2009, as a way to get free content.
    So anyone currently or recently used this method as a way to get free articles?

    I would like some perspectives before I take up a subscription. The threads mentioning the website are dated and dusty, fresh opinions will be appreciated.

    Thanks a bunch
     
  2. Iwinyoulose

    Iwinyoulose Newbie

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    ....okrrr?

    lol
     
  3. VIC SEO

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    And I think that you are all alone in your search for answers to the question that you pose. Sorry about that.
     
  4. Fxbob

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    In my opinion there are easier and less risky ways to get free articles, something that I had success with recently: find a video that is CC licensed that allows commercial use, then use dragon naturally speaking to repeat what you're listening to with your own voice, you can also download the video and play it at 2x the speed, it takes two to three minutes to create a decent article this way.

    Something that I haven't tried yet with more potential: Use youtube videos that are using digital voice, you know those shitty software-generated animated cartoon videos that are everywhere on youtube. Find out which program they are using to generate the videos and then train dragon naturally speaking with that voice, that way you can just create articles on auto-pilot without getting involved at all.