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question rewriting vs crediting

Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by west555, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. west555

    west555 Regular Member

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    For my regular projects I usually rewrite or get unique articles. Now I wanna test some new project with taking articles from the web and crediting original author on the bottom


    What am interested is in how Google see this in terms of adsense, is it ok or they will put ban hammer on me, as am not willing to lose this account regardless it's test acc.
    I see a lot of ppl who do fb + adsense do it via crediting but I wanna be sure
     
  2. hotdew

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    At some point, Google will do a manual review of your site if you become successful with a specific traffic source. There is no strict timeline. It may be three months, six, a year: no one knows for sure. It may even be after reaching an earning milestone. Or some other metric.

    The bottomline is, if most or all of your content is copied from other websites without so much as editing the content a tad bit. It would matter little if you credit it or not. Google is very particular about providing value. You can pull up an infographic, add a unique introduction, and then credit the original author. That would pass. That is much different from adopting a content strategy of filling your site with articles sourced from the web, whether you credit it or not.

    I understand you'll be promoting via FB, so SEO is probably out of the game. However, if you're banned from Adsense, you'll have more luck draining the Mississipi with a straw than getting back in. Most people who do this usually follow a rinse-and-repeat model, where accounts last for only a couple of months. After which they have a steady supply of stealth accounts to keep the loop going.

    The question is not if or when, the question is how it fits into your income strategy. Short-term rinse-and-repeat or long-term going-for-the-long-haul?
     
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  3. west555

    west555 Regular Member

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    No i don't go for short time income stream thats why i asked. So i don't risk account for nothing.
    And thanks that answer was helpfull