Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mpulse, Feb 27, 2012.
Spinning your autoblogs.. Is this safe? Or is this beating a dead horse?
I think that autoblogs are dying and even spinning them is only prolonging the inevitable... and could get your adesne banned once they find it.
Just my opinion though...
If you know how to do it right auto blogs are still viable ways to make money.
However most people don't know how to do it right.
Are you a short term'er or a long term'er.
We all know google is, or will, kill the dupe content. So if you are playing long term, then autoblogs are dead IMO.
But if you are short termer, and translate all pages and turn them into gibberish or other techniques, then blast away, if you accept the chance of google beating you down at any moment.
It still works, however, the game has drastically changed and autoblogging is more used for building up legitimate backlinks for sites through auto-posting and extracting content from other resources.
The key here is the keep it on a seperate page within the domain or on a sub-domain. It works its magic, while keeping the main index clean and clear, giving a boost to your general market keyword in your primary index page through natural internal linking, as well as building content, to make your site look like it is an authority site over time.
You have to keep the autoblog off the main index and manage it from time to time, setting the new posting times, the ping frequency and the keywords that it posts content for, from and about.
Be smart about it and you will be able to boost your traffic and rank by leaps and bounds. However, the warning is still there - Be calm and strategic about it, not getting greedy or letting it grow too fast or run too long, as it will crash and take you down with it when it is busted for scraping abuse.
Make it look as random and natural as possible.
Example: Let it run in a set window of 6-10 hours, to make it look like this is when you have the site updated, also, set your posting cron to work at different speeds and randomly. You can do that with a cronjob for most any autoblogging script system on the market.
Hope this helps.
good shit aftershock thats something to think about
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