Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cooooookies, Apr 14, 2009.
... will they sue me if I mass steal articles from them... I am in europe
They would have to sue you, me, and 40,000 other people.....
It would be a huuuuuuuggggeeeeee lawsuit... trust me
Don't sweat it bud
Dont just steal them mate. Spin them using unique content maker, its somewhere on this forum. Also I steal articles all the time. Have blogs filled with content from ezine articles.
I have my own synonimzer, but if the text should stay readable, the number of replacements has to be low. So, I am not sure, I could anyhow stay with the original text as copyscape detects me?
No, they won't sue you, but you are better adding something to that content if you want to publish it yourself.
Make the first paragraph by yourself, add a photo and a video, and spin a bit the article.
Just sample the ezine content for your blog if you feel bad about it. Use the first paragraph, and add a no-follow link to the original. That should make it fall under fair use (especially if you add a line of commentary).
How is it stealing if ezinearticles want and provide a way out in the open for visitors to republish the articles?
just spin them well enough so that its not so that it cant be seen that its from ezine i think a change of over 70% is good
yeah spinning em will not be dangerous!
but in spinning the grammar just goes away..i mean the sentence's are no more meaningful then...
Blah what kind of topic is that. Answer is simple - STEAL. Theres way worse things in blackhat than taking article lol
Taking articles from EzineArticles is pretty well what it's there for so how can you feel bad about it?
If you're shaving off the resource boxes I know a lot of very anal article authors who just love hunting for those - best to spin if you're doing that a lot.
i tried already many times to get the articles from ezinearticles, but i haven't success yet, they will ban your IP after some articles, you can use proxies and maybe it will work
let me know if you find a way, please
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