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Reposting other people's blog posts on your own blog. Can this be automated?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by famalam, Oct 25, 2012.

  1. famalam

    famalam Registered Member

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    Hi, I wonder if this is possible..

    Scenario: There are three blogs that post updates every single day. They are wordpress blogs. I have a single wordpress blog, and I've like to figure out a way that will take those posts, word for word, and copy them and post them to my blog automatically.

    I have used plugins that rip the RSS feed, but unfortunately, all it rips is the excerpt, not the entire post.

    Basically, if blogs AB & C post, I want all of them to appear on blog D with minimal effort from me.

    Is this possible?

    I already asked this in content creation, but I think it might have been the incorrect forum.

    If anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it.
     
  2. bio1973

    bio1973 Newbie

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    Check out BloggerGenerator and see if it fits your needs
    sorry looks like they are closed
     
  3. eltito

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    So, you want duplicated content? I don't know your purpose but I'm sure that you will only get your domain deindexed by Google.
     
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    My autoblog hasn't been de-indexed by Google yet...then again the blogs I'm pulling it from have met with an "unfortunate" de-indexing so perhaps Google just can't find the duplicate content (especially since all links on my blog are nofollow). Clever little me.
     
  5. WrightWilliams

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    This is one of the most incorrect/ridiculous things I have read on here for awhile.
     
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  6. eltito

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    If your copied content is indexing before the original blogs there is no problem, but... do you copy the content from another indexed blogs?
     
  7. willmd

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    You can easily get a bot to pull content from other blogs... or you can get a bot to read rss feed and than you post them on your own blog. As others said...it will not help you much ...but if they do ..let us know how you did it :)
     
  8. WrightWilliams

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    Are you joking? Do you know how many blogs just repost blogged content or, gasp, NEWS SITE CONTENT? Reposting blogs' duplicate content is not going to get your site deindexed. In fact, what if there was a blogsite that had a high pagerank that was entirely based on posting duplicate content.....OH WAIT, THERE IS, TUMBLR.

    Posting duplicate blog posts and articles will not get you deindexed. If you get DMCA'ed and its PROVEN you can get dropped, but that would be from COPYRIGHTED CONTENT.
     
  9. eltito

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    Of course, if your site is tumblr.com you can copy all the content that you want; but if you start wrightwilliamsbhw.com and your first entry is a copy from another blog with some authority, that entry will be never indexed. That's what I'm saying.
     
  10. WrightWilliams

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    You are hopelessly incorrect. Also, would love to see the case study that you use to prove this point.
     
  11. famalam

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    So, any suggestions?

    It's not going to get my site deindexed, reposting other people's content is a daily occurrence in the niche I'm working in, and some of these sites are generating massive incomes.

    Also, there is a great deal of original content on the site, so it's not a problem.

    Basically, is this possible to do?

    Site A posts an update, site B rips the update and posts it verbatim, or better yet, holds it in a queue for human approval.
     
  12. eltito

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    http:// wrigtwllams22 . wordpress . com

    If the copied entries get indexed, I take my owned and I leave this thread to keep reading the forum. Anyway for sure I will learn something new about the copied content.
     
  13. WrightWilliams

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    ...so are you going to do SEO on this site and marketing as well, or are you entirely hoping that the duplicated blog posts alone rank the site? lol.
     
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    Oh, and also you spelled my name wrong in the url, then.
     
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    Of course I will not do any SEO for that site, I've just posted that entries to see if it's possible to index copied entries. Simple as that.

    Yes, I thought that you don't want to have a wordpress.com site with your nick so I changed your name.

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    OP sorry for this. After all this I want too to see that soft :p
     
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    This should be good.
     
  17. cocococo

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    I would advice OP not to go the route of copying someone else content if your going to do SEO with it, I can tell you for a fact if you do copy someone's content that will impair your site ranking, and that's a fact.

    I'd like to hear other people say otherwise, the only way you can get away is if your the original poster and someone else copied your content.
     
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    I say otherwise. Duplicating blog posts will NOT harm your site. In fact, if the original blog post is amazing it may help your site. Duplicated blog posts that are not spamulated full of links are great. Duplicated written copy that is readable is great. DMCA's however are not great. Don't steal copy off business blogs. Reposting blog entries with a credit to the original blog is amazingly helpful in terms of ranking. I do this a bazillion times of day, and have so for YEARS and it has been effective the entire. freaking. time.

    People do not understand the ins and outs of duplicate content and what actual 'Duplicate Content' issues are in regards to Google.
     
  19. cocococo

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    Wrong wrong and wrong, It will for a fact harm your rankings, I have over 25 clients who initially was ranking on page 1, till they end up copying their competitors content, guess what few weeks later bang, they out of page 1.

    So yeah I can say for a fact copying content from original publisher will harm your rankings, and this is coming from someone who has different clients to prove that. Not just one or two site.

    Edit to add: with a credit from the original publisher maybe yes, but if you blantly copied original sites content and paste it on your site, give it few weeks your ranking will tank.
     
  20. famalam

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    It's not for SEO, I just want to know if it is possible.

    Let's just pretend there's absolutely no downsides to this whatsoever. Neither ethical, practical, or anything else.. Can what I want be done with an existing piece of software that I can go out and buy or download or install right now?

    Thanks.