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Tier 2 spinned content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by qlithe, Sep 21, 2013.

  1. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    So my T1 is 100% unique and I'm about to build my T2.

    How well spinned does it have to be?

    Is auto-spinned content enough or do I actually need to spin it on sentence level?

    Lets say I'm going for 100x 500w articles
     
  2. watsonovedades

    watsonovedades Senior Member

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    more spinned the better
    if you are creating properties in social gatherings like, web 2.0 or social bookmarking sites, you really should spinn the text but make it readable, you can get leads, suscribers or even sales from this sites, its good traffic, but if your tier2 y dummy text with no sense maybe it will help you on rankings but that visitor will navegate away and you just lost it

    On the other hand if you are creating your tier2 on a Private network you can just spin the text as hard as you can, you wont get many visitors anyway, but the SEO value is very good
    hope it helps
     
  3. nanavlad

    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I dont believe in over spining better to make it readable even on 2nd tier

    This duplicate content penalty is over exagerated
     
  4. apoorv

    apoorv Regular Member

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    I've had good results with both the approaches. I don't do auto spun content most of the time, but it saves you time (and thus money) and if the only purpose is to backlink to your backlinks, that sort of content works just as well. It would be extremely time consuming to manually spin every article on the sentence level if you are going to do that for 100 articles.
     
  5. BadyBoySEO

    BadyBoySEO Regular Member

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    I personally manually spin my tier 2. It just saves the content from being unreadable nonsense which of course is not what you want, once you get the hang of it, it doesn't take a huge amount of time to manually spin content. Or get a VA to do it for you at dirt cheap rates, which is always an option.
     
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    I create first tier content by hand and distribute using Ultimate Demon or similar. Next just hit word AI turing and let it go for 2nd tier, I use Kontent Machines inbuilt spinner for 3rd/indexing tier. but that's for the sort of sites I build and maintain. This might not be right for you. Without knowing a lot more about your site I can't trell you. No -one can tell you what's right.

    Depends on your niche, its competition, the long term viability of your site and many other factors.

    Here's 2 scenarios on the possible extremes showing what I mean by this.

    If you bought a site like "Hitachi913244 dot com" (made up name) to sell a new 44" TV that came out - you want to rank quick and hard. The TV will have a shelf life of about 8 months high then if you are lucky another 8 months in the bargain bin. No point fecking about writing top quality content and playing the slow game. You need to rank in days and earn, if it takes more than a couple of weeks to rank you've missed the sales bubble, might as well give up.

    Other end of the scale. If you start a blog on a passion of yours and it's your only site - the only one you ever want. It's going to be huge, you'll write almost every day and it's a labour of love. The you want high quality 1st tier links and build up naturally.

    There is every shade of grey between those extremes.

    There is no right or wrong - just right or wrong for your website, your niche and to compete with your competition.
    If anyone gives you "absolute" answers without knowing at least these facts, they are talking out of their ass.

    Scritty
     
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  7. Ruriko

    Ruriko Power Member

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    So do you guys get good results for using non-readable spunned articles for Tier2?
     
  8. plummer

    plummer Registered Member

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    i use forum posts for my Tier2
     
  9. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    As I said in my post above IT DEPENDS.

    In some niches total garbage will rank well on every level - in others you'll need to be a lot more careful.
    What's the competition? Is there any? How popular is the product? Are you local? Are you selling your own stuff or as an affilaite? Are you CPA affiliates or actuallg selling stuff with $ value? How big is your site? How good is your site content?....

    All these answers (and more) will give you a profile and the answer to what offsite SEO suits you best will emerge.

    Without answering these questions your pissing in the wind and hoping you wont end up with wet trousers.

    Without knowing your site, your competition and your aspirations no-one can tell you yes or no to what kind of linking is best
     
  10. amandaspears86

    amandaspears86 Junior Member

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    Check this out:
    blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/483731-how-rank-any-website-google-2-hour-video-tutorial-series.html
    Might be of great help for you. :)