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thriftycontent.com ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackieman, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Jon Leger is at it again, offering articles (over 1500 a month) at $10 !!

    But the same article is distributed to multiple people, i.e. not in spintax format, so I wonder the value of this - is it a glorified PLR?

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  2. bigeazy

    bigeazy Regular Member

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    Ohhh I thought the article was deleted after someone used it.

    I saw the samples... similar to the ones on ArticleBuilder.

    I'm just gonna stick with my AB license for this one if the article doesn't get deleted after being used.

    Edit: I say this because I received his "mailer" stating today would be the "last" day it is being offered.
     
  3. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Hi bigeazy, I think AB is a better model (and just a tad more expensive). in AB, do you get the articles in spintax format. Anything you can share about AB is appreciated, actually, as I am thinking about it.
     
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    bigeazy Regular Member

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    Oh its definitely worth it... for the amount of articles you get, shoot me a pm and I'll send you a few samples.
     
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    You can get articles in spintax format; just select the number of articles and it spins them together.

    Essentially, the articles are created from a database of snippets of "re-written" PLR content. It is readable content and Ok(ish) for Tier 1/2, but I wouldn't call it high quality. In my tests, I noticed that some of the articles also fail copyscape. You also have to bear in mind that although there seems to be a wide selection, the articles are shared amongst 100's of other users.

    Another option, particularly if you're interested in spun content, could be something like Ubertoolz Premium; (in addition to spinning tools), you get 3 articles per day and these are deleted after download.
     
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