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Spinning Articles vs. Identical; Drip vs. All at once

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seanjohn, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. seanjohn

    seanjohn Regular Member

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    Pretty noobish questions I admit, but, I'll save a lot of time:

    Is it better to spin an article as I submit it to each article directory? I'm probably going to use "The Best Spinner".

    And, what's your opinion on dripping articles?

    I've been looking at Article Drip Bot... the price is, well, aiight. Is there an added benefit when dripping articles to a hundred article directories?

    Oh, and bonus questions while we're at it:
    Should I link my articles to my micro-blogs? Or money site (aka my main blog)? I'm running a linkwheel that goes: Autoblog > Micro-blog (with main-blog spun snippets) > Main-blog.


    Spanks :)
     
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  2. seanjohn

    seanjohn Regular Member

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    Well, I figured out that most recommend that I spin articles for directories.

    But what about Dripping vs Mass-attack-all-at-once-blast? Don't most article sites have an approval period, so there would be a natural dripping of articles?
     
  3. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    I've been giving a lot of thought to the drip v flood issue myself. What I've come up with thusfar is, first, that one's ultimate purpose plays a major role in the decision.

    For example, imagine it's announced that Dogbert has developed the dreaded Tail Cancer. You know the net's going to go ga-ga over it and there's going to be about a bazillion searches for "dogbert" and "cancer." If you're selling fake Viagra you'll need to get new sites rated for the dogbert-cancer issue to redirect traffic to your key money site. You have to flood because you don't have time to drip. Dripping wouldn't give you ratings for dogbert-cancer while the issue was still hot and your competition would also flood for dogbert-cancer and then redirect to their fake Cialis site. (I'm not recommending this type of net-abuse but merely giving an example.)

    But for most uses it seems to me that the drip method will work best. I can't imagine that google doesn't have some factors built into the rating systems that, seeing a whole load of almost identical articles from brand new accounts, will rate them lower than a slower organic growth of interest.

    One can also build links quickly if one uses multiple streams. You can flood Stream 1 with 26 posts in a single day (post 1a - post 1z). Or you could set up multiple streams on related but not identical topics and drip each stream but still post 26 times (post 1a - post 26a).