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Theoratical technique to fool Google [MNS sites]

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mollowbass, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Last month I came up with a rather blackhat idea to fool Google.
    This technique is designed to let google think that you update your website regularly. Meaning Google will 1. sooner index your site 2. visit your site more often 3. rank you higher because of the constantly changing (improving) content.

    The general idea (which I use on my MNS) is that you order some articles. Let say you do a MNS site on How to get rid of Acne.

    Then you will order like 10 unique articles about how to get rid of Acne.
    Now you you are going to use 5 articles to set up your micro niche website.
    Ping your site, let google know about it. After a couple of days check if Google as indexed your website and the 5 articles. If Google did, then you are going to use replace those 5 articles with the remaining 5 articles.

    Then you will ping your site to Google again, Google see's that you updated your website with again unique content. The 5 articles you replaced are right now not unique anymore, untill Google indexes your new articles. Wait a couple of days to see if Google has indexed the replaced articles. If they did, then you can move on. And use the replaced 5 articles on a new micro niche website which also has do to do something with Acne.

    The theory behind it is, that Google will think that you updated your website with new fresh content and give you a better placement in the SERP. If you do this with like 5 websites, you can replace each websites with 5 articles, and therefore let Google think that you updated your 5 websites, 5 times with unique content.

    I tested this on a site with already page 1 ranking #7, after I replaced the site with new content the rank shot up to #3 and right now the site hasn't moved any.

    What do you guys think of this idea to fool Google in thinking that you updated the site with unique content?
     
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  2. emeraldodge

    emeraldodge BANNED BANNED

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    Google's databases are huge but I think your plan is safe.

    By the time you do this, you could have set up 10 MNS so ...

    Can be useful though for penalized/ranking nowhere sites with quality content.
     
  3. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    Yeah I thought so either. But I also thought that if you update with fresh content, that should be a problem. I don't thing Google stores all article data of all websites in the world so.

    Optional if they store for a couple of days data. Content can be changed after a week or two weeks of indexing rather then do this right after the site get indexed.
     
  4. alexa_s

    alexa_s Regular Member

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    First, this won't work(g00gle keeps content in their cache for like a month and after you replace all the content you will drop to the 10th page for like a week sometimes) and second - even if it did update frequency of a website is a tiny, tiny factor in rankings. A website with 10% better backlinking strategy that hasn't been updated since 2010 will outrank a website that is getting updated once per week. Unless of course your KW includes 'news'.
     
  5. Techxan

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    You have a bigger problem. If you simply drop the page and use another, you will wind up with 5 new dead indexed pages a week. In a month your site will have 15 404 error pages and 5 content pages.

    If you simply replace the content, and leave the page url's the same, Google will never figure out what the site is about and you would get crap traffic if any.

    You navigation would have to constantly change creating a nightmare mess that you would have to stay on top of. God knows what your sitemap will look like.
     
  6. KraftyKyle

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    Theoretically I guess this is an OK plan, but there's no point as you can rank without updating your content frequently. I have a couple sites ranked #1 for a competitive keyword and they haven't been updated in two years. As long as you have some quality unique content, you'll get the rankings, visitors, and revenue. That's my experience at least.
     
  7. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Content is cheap, why waste your time with this when you could buy/write more content is less than an hour.
     
  8. Mollowbass

    Mollowbass Regular Member

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    I know if you do this on to many sites, its a nightmare to stay on top off, knowing which articles are used and which not. For sure. But from my experience, I build a micro niche website, add some backlinks to it, just to get it to the first page (#7), after that I just change the content and then I went up the first page (#3), and stayed there. That's just my experience, and maby this was lucky idk, but I thought of it in a theoretical way.

    So you guys thing that this is only possible theorically or just came by accident? (me raising 4 positions after changing the content)

    Ohh and yeah for sure, with a better backlinking strategy and quality content, no doubt it will be more stronger, even when the content is not updated for 2 years or more.