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Spinning Articles

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by markhansavon, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. markhansavon

    markhansavon Newbie

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    I don't know the proper definition of Spinning Articles so I'll use this - To change an article around so that you can post it where-ever you please and google won't ban it from it's search engines for duplicate content.


    My question is, can I just take already finished articles and change their sentences around? (not the wording, just switch around sentence A with sentence B and sentence C with sentence D.


    So something like

    Deer live in mountains. They feed off grass.

    would become

    Deer feed off grass. They live in the mountains.


    Would google robot notice the second sentence? Because I think it'd be pretty simple to program a robot to switch sentences.
     
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  2. jay101

    jay101 Regular Member

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    I believe from what you are going off of here that the content is still duplicate, the only thing that's changed is the order. So, from a robots standpoint they would still read as duplicate content and count it as so.

    I am not an expert on duplicate content, but it seems that the robot would add it up as duplicate.

    You could reorder that article all day long with the same words, but you still have the same count, and same words.

    Hope that helps some, just based off my knowledge of duplicate content filtering.

    There are plenty of article rewriters here, give a good search.
     
  3. aj113

    aj113 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You have not only switched the sentences, you have switched the subjects too. That is nearer to content spinning. If you simply switch sentences, I don't think that will be enough to avoid duplication. If you spin the sentences, then of course you have a good chance of producing unique content, but then again, that's not simply switching sentences, it's spnning content, a well-established process.
     
  4. dynander

    dynander Regular Member

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    I was trying differents methods to spin content. There is a easy way to test your texts:

    * Create a simple wordpress blog, in any subdomain or subfolder.
    * Configure it so google don't index it
    * Post your article there
    * Go to copyscape and point your blog
    * After you're done, erase the post

    NOTE: I made this with the default theme, and copyscape found that the text after the post was copied. You know, "This post entre was submitted...".
    So deleting all text in the template could be a good idea

    NOTE2: This method was posted before here
     
  5. Phre0nBurn

    Phre0nBurn BANNED BANNED

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    Find DupeFree Pro somewhere around here for free... I got it from BHW... You can input the original in one box and the new in the second and compare all kinds of shit...

    And in a sort of dick move on my part, if someone wants to use a rewriter that I have seen the results from, and they are actually fuckin amazing... it's $70 a month, but I can get it for $19... Im broke...

    I'll share the name and discount if youll buy and share the rewrites? :) You get 500 rewrites a month, so 250 each.

    :p
     
  6. ipopbb

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    Yeah... The current going definition of a "Google Dupe" is 13 consecutive words the same or a total attribute value match... This applies first to the meta description of the page and then the content.

    Oops! Did I just leak a secret! Crap! Now everybody can get out of the supplementals!

    Just insert thre letter gibberish every 10 content words if all you want is "Google Uniqueness"... add a timestamp ate the beginning of your meta description tag and today's date in the title.

    It will work for now... google "games" to see some sites that play that way.
     
  7. jay101

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    Here are some more places to check your articles for duplicate content.

    Code:
    http://www.articleassembly.com/free-tools-writers.html
    http://www.dupecop.com/duplicate-content-checker.php
    http://www.articlechecker.com/
    http://www.duplichecker.com/index.asp
     
  8. markhansavon

    markhansavon Newbie

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    Wow....

    I love you guys.... :(
     
  9. markhansavon

    markhansavon Newbie

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    So if I spin articles through translators, will that work most of the time?

    If the language translator is too good (google.com's English > French then French > English keeps the text almost the same) I would think you would get the duplicate blocked.

    If it's an article that has been used a lot before for duplicate content, I would think that you'd have a good chance of getting your page blocked.
     
  10. java

    java Guest

    First, no one really knows if in fact there is a penalty from Google for duplicate content, since Google doesn't disclose this.

    Second, Copyscape looks for 3 word combinations for duplication.

    Translating to a foreign language then back usually mixes things up enough.