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Syndicated content vs. Spun content as Tier 1 Web 2.0 filler content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Sburator, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. Sburator

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    Hello,

    I am trying to create several relevant webs 2.0 blogs (blogspot, over-blog, tumblr and wordpress) as Tier 1 links; some of them are expired, some are brand new, with keywords optimized URLs. I want to make them as relevant as possible to the keywords I target, but I've got that content problem.

    I know, original, hand made content is the best option, but, as I don't have enough time and money for that, I am forced to find a quick solution to the relevance issue. So, I tested several spinning software, but I ended up editing the spun versions, taking plenty of time, and I decided eventually to use nonedited spun content only for Tier 2.

    This is why I've thought about syndicating some articles (not the entire article, but only a fragment of around 500 words of it). Each article will have a nofollow link/URL citation at the bottom, pointing to the source website, and maybe an introductory line above the article body (not mandatory, only if I have time for that).

    Could these syndicated articles help me create relevant and decent themed web 2.0 properties? I imagine them as some "information hubs" targeting a certain niche, with plenty of useful content (youtube videos with some short comments, shared articles, etc.), something like Facebook pages (not original but highly relevant shared content).

    Has anybody tried this before?

    Or, what do you think is worse as filler content for Tier 1 web 2.0s - spun content, or syndicated content?

    Thank you very much
     
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  2. moonlighsunligh

    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It is not that difficult to create spun content.I mean most pbn's i believe use auto spun content, except for premium ones and it works.
     
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    You're gonna be fine using spun content for web2.0. Isn't it syndicated content flagged as duplicate tho it's just part pf the content?
     
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  4. Sburator

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    Actually, it is, this is why I've thought about inserting a nofollowed link or a naked URL to the original source at the bottom of the syndicated articles.

    So spun content is ok as filler content for Tier 1 Web 2.0; thank you very much.
     
  5. T2tkid

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    A SEO provider use syndicated content on about 15 web2.0s properties and I think it is just plain lane. I would go for these cheap articles or spun content instead of syndicated content.
     
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