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Re-written Article VS Unique Article, What would be your choice?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mayas, Aug 17, 2011.

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  1. Mayas

    Mayas Regular Member

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    Do re-written website content by hand will effect Panda update. In which we just don't change synonyms but whole structure of line?

    As far as i tested many non-native writers i came to know they all just read 2 article and make one. Right now i cannot afford native writers.

    So please help me should i hire someone who charge for re-writing or the one who read 2 and make one article
     
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    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    I would divide content as how search engines like it and how readers like it

    Search engines=unique content+optimized
    Readers= qualitative content, which helps him take an action.. like bookmark the page, maybe share it, maybe comment on the page etc.

    Panda has like intertwined both of these factors in ranking websites and that is the factor that makes it challenging for SEO providers to handle panda.

    Op.. in regards to your query about rewriting, I honestly would not recommend using the option even if it comes much cheaper. Maybe at the end of the day, the writer might as well rewrite, but you are telling him to cut corners and the outcome can be pretty shabby. Native/non native in my perspective is more about the usage of the language and the nuances of a culture. From a strict infotainment perspective, I guess anyone who can write well can fit the bill.
     
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    Mayas Regular Member

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    Hey,
    Thanks, i like your 1st point about user/SE. :cool:
    I will go for unique.
     
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    In my opinion why not have quality articles that are useful to the user and make them want to come back rather than crappy articles which are no use to anybody?

    As its well documented after PANDA its clear you need unique content. I myself a native writer prefer writing quality rather than drivel, as lets face it, if its boring to write, then it's going to be boring to read.

    If you want long term success the only option is UNIQUE!
     
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    great but how to do it, while writer read 2-3 article and make one. :confused:
     
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    Well first you do research on the keyword. Then you make bullet points on the most important factors/points about the keyword. You then go on to make a plan of structuring the article in terms of number of paragraphs and points to make in each paragraph.

    You got to ensure firstly its what the user wants/needs to know and secondly its put in a manner which is enjoyable to read.

    It's all about finding the right writer who offers you good quality and a style of writing which is user friendly and a sense of humour always helps :D.

    I hope this helps you a little more.
     
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    You cannot create an award winning unique piece of write-up every time... You definitely need some source for inspiration and reference.

    First of all choose your subject, find some good reference blogs and article and then extract some major point from it.
    DO not add these points in your article as such, blend them together to create an article which appears fresh and unique.

    P.S.: Don't forget to take a copyscape test.
     
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    ...if you know they anyway read 2 articles and make it into one, why not encourage them to write an opinionated articles about both? Is it just me or is it that these days you dont see much opinion anymore...