Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kharm, Sep 6, 2012.
Has anyone tried on-site spun content and does it work or create penalty?
Yeah it works, but you'll eventually be caught out.
Why not just spend that extra 30 mins + to create some unique content. With all the tools out nowadays it's very easy to write some quality content by yourself.
because I want to be rich
You aint gunna get rich by using spun content. You might as well pack IM in and buy a lottery ticket!
lol youre on the wrong forum
hahahahaha made my day.
I used spun content to my weight loss niche blog and then I was surprised my blog is now PR1. I think I did not caught. by the way I use autoblog and then the content was spun and I use TBS.
PR means jack. How much organic traffic are you receiving? How much are you making off this site?
Yeah page rank means zilch!
How many pennies are making on that site? probably a few pounds/dollars a day which is nothing really.
Autoblogs aren't the surest way to make cash.
Google will eventually come up with knocking on site spun content completely out of the equation, specially with all the new updates and the future updates.
UNIQUE CONTENT = KING!
I once bought an MNS that the seller had spun the same article 3 times. I got banned in the first week.
A lesson learned then pal.
im curious how can you write thread like this since you've reg for 3 years
When and if you are doing spun content, you should know that, yes, Google knows that people are creating spun content. Since the beginning of search they have been working to figure out ways to determine what to do with these kind of tactics.
There are a number of factors that will or could influence whether this is successful:
- Readability of the content
- Location where the Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 links are coming from
- Link velocity, which triggers Google algorithm thresholds to determine if you site deserves an update
- Authority of the link location
- Uniqueness of content
I guess I could go on, but to get to the heart of the matter, you should consider that Google is probably already creating tools to measure what spam looks like and how it is structured. While others may not agree, you should take a longer term approach and make your spun content more original. The cost for rewrites these days, where individuals and companies guarantee "copyscape" free, are pretty vast, so no shortage of low cost content creation there.
Additionally, high quality spun articles are also available almost anywhere. Check out the BHW Services area or Freelance area, if interested.
The flip side, if you consider your sites throwaway, that they will be live for 1 year and dead the next, then tactics like you describe may work very well.
Heres an interesting on the state of content marketing,
Here is another one on how Google identifies spam with Penguin,
Hope this is of some use to you,
If the content is well spun, then there is no difference between it and original content.
Completely agree with this.
Google just looks at readability and uniqueness. Having spun content does not exclude you from having both of those traits.
+ maybe the engram thing. I was looking to create an engram checker. It would search a phrase from a spun article - 2-3-4 words or more words long in search engines, and see if there are at least 100 mentions of the phrase . And do this for the whole article, all phrases.
I am not sure if there is a free API for of a standard or meta search engine. This would use up around 2 000 queries per super spun article.
You have done this in your WordAi software in a different way. But could this help in eliminating bad synonyms by counting how frequently phrases consist of one of two word before synonym + synonym are used on the web? I know you determine the context first and then choose an appropriate synonym, but could this be used as an additional filter.
As long as its (mostly) human readable... sure no prob. Scrapped + auto spun = Panda Penalty. It's really as simple as that. Cheers mate
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