This Script Made Me $XX,XXX

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MaverickonRoids

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Sorry for possibly asking a dumb question, but, let's say someone wants you to write a 500 word article about furniture. You find an article about furniture, run it through the process you mentioned. You are saying the person can't find that same original article online? I mean, maybe running a sentence or whatever on Google to see if any possible duplicates pop up. Does it get around that as well?

Sorry if this has been asked already. Thanks.
 

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I've always type some random sentences into Google and the result with many exact sources. :secruity:
Get refunded from the seller, rate down, report, and banned!

It will work for human reading, but with machine output, they produce very scrappy unreconize alien characters. Therefore, I'd recommend not to use these articles for SEO purpose. It's a waste of time, but if using for cheating non-techie, it will produce money (Un-Ethically).

Ok yeah, it has been mentioned before, by you. I made a post about the same thing, about entering a sentence into Google to see what pops up. So, this is my only concern if offering this gig on Fiverr. The refund rate will be high, or at least I would think it would be.
 

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My refund rate is extremely low. Most buyers are either too lazy to check or just do a quick CopyScape run through and it would of course pass. Of the buyers who do find the articles on Ezine or where ever, they'll ask for a refund and I just give it to them without a hassle.

I'd say my refund rate is probably as low as most gigs. Definitely less than 20 of the thousands of orders I've processed.
 

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I dont know how this works, please enlighten me.

I just tried it and copied random sentence on the generated article and pasted it on google. The result is still the original article.

I dont see any encrypted code on my notepad.
 

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I dont know how this works, please enlighten me.

I just tried it and copied random sentence on the generated article and pasted it on google. The result is still the original article.

I dont see any encrypted code on my notepad.

You might not have "Complex" checked. Heh, it seems I may need to make this checked by default.


Here is an example:

An article from Ezine (http://ezinearticles.com/?Fat-Loss-Will-Not-Take-Place-Unless-You-Want-It-To&id=7798122)
Original:
You should recognize that being overweight is a thing that can in fact end up causing many different sorts of diseases inside your body.

Encoded with special characters:
Yоu shоuld rесоgnіzе thаt bеіng оvеrwеіght іs а thіng thаt саn іn fасt еnd uр саusіng mаnу dіffеrеnt sоrts оf dіsеаsеs іnsіdе уоur bоdу.

If you do a search after copying each of these sentences and you'll see that the encoded one will not have any results. This was done with only "Complex" checked off in the options. Good luck!
 

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I was using this trick for URLs to avoid triggering anti-spam checks. NON-mobile browsers perform unicode normalization.
Unfortunately, you cannot register domains with unicode and ASCII characters, obviously for security reasons.
 

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You might not have "Complex" checked. Heh, it seems I may need to make this checked by default.


Here is an example:

An article from Ezine (http://ezinearticles.com/?Fat-Loss-Will-Not-Take-Place-Unless-You-Want-It-To&id=7798122)
Original:


Encoded with special characters:


If you do a search after copying each of these sentences and you'll see that the encoded one will not have any results. This was done with only "Complex" checked off in the options. Good luck!

Wow, I now see the magic at work. Thanks. Rep. and thanks given to the first post and this one.
 

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I was using this trick for URLs to avoid triggering anti-spam checks. NON-mobile browsers perform unicode normalization.
Unfortunately, you cannot register domains with unicode and ASCII characters, obviously for security reasons.

I never even chartered into that territory. That's going to open up a whole bunch of new possibilities.
 

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Though I have not tried it myself, but it does look like something along the lines of what you could achieve with the then popular wp-unique plugin. I had seen people claim their websites being de-indexed on google for having such a thing implemented, though those were for backlinking in those days.

I am keen to hear on what others have to say about it, as in having used it on their web2.0s or similar other backlinking platforms to get good results.
 

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You might not have "Complex" checked. Heh, it seems I may need to make this checked by default.


Here is an example:

An article from Ezine (http://ezinearticles.com/?Fat-Loss-Will-Not-Take-Place-Unless-You-Want-It-To&id=7798122)
Original:


Encoded with special characters:


If you do a search after copying each of these sentences and you'll see that the encoded one will not have any results. This was done with only "Complex" checked off in the options. Good luck!

Yeah it does, its indexed in BHW ;)
 

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Just be warned that for SEO purposes its useless.

People will be able to find your articles only if they run their query thru the above mentioned script, which obviously will never happen.
 
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