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Spinning And Foreign Languages

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thedarkest12, Oct 4, 2010.

  1. thedarkest12

    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    OK, so here's my question everyone. Just curious. I heard from someone here on Blackhat World that in terms of unique content in Google's eyes' you can take a foreign article and 'translate' that into your native language (ie German to English) and the article becomes fresh unique content in Google's eyes.

    So this got me thinking. For all the articles I have written in English and spun to get say 100 variations in English, can I translate the spun syntax text into say (English > German) and whizz that out in SENuke for example to get the same backlinks, from German versions of the text all spun to 40% unique, and appearing to be completely new original content?

    This would allow you to translate your work into at least 30 major languages, and gain traffic, and backlinks, ten fold at least from around the globe.

    Is this common sense, or bad application in Google's eyes for duplicared content?
     
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    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    I don't see why this wouldn't work.
    I HIGHLY doubt google crosschecks for dupes between languages.... And if you are lucky like me, you keyword is the same in most languages, so you can get awesome contextual backlinks from that.
    But be carefull spamming in other countrys... For example if i would spam a german blog, i'd be f*cked pretty soon...
     
  3. thedarkest12

    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    Cool, I shall have a go at this and report back on success. As my keyword is universal (product name is same)...thanks for the confidence.
     
  4. Salto

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    i heared google also checks for grammar, not sure how far they goes.