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Translating articles method

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by dan92, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. dan92

    dan92 Registered Member

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    Yeah I know this method is old as hell, but does it actually work ? Can I rank articles in Google using it ?

    I choose a random article(or more articles and combine them together) and then translate from one language to another( I often translate between SIMILAR languages to my mother language), add a little of my own content(point of view) and then check uniqueness ( Plagiarisma etc.) sadly dont have premium Copyscape acc.)

    I usually get 100% unique content

    I havent tested it very much yet, so I am wondering if it can work ? Thanks
     
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    maxok Power Member

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    obviously yes, if it's readable there is no problems
    many of the news and techno blogs are from translated contents, anyway who told you that duplicated content doesn't rank at all, I know many websites that only have duplicated content with link to the source, the difference? authority
     
  3. ExpressFans

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    It might work the same as spinning articles does when it comes to google but when it comes to readability this won't work.
    No matter how good a translated article seems, it's not natural and always has terrible errors.

    On the other hand if you input as much time as it's required to write and article, into fixing the translated one, then you might just make it work.
     
  4. Trepanated

    Trepanated Supreme Member

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    If you speak two languages fluently I would mix a bit of both.

    Take several articles in one language and blend them into one - and then manually rewrite them into other language.

    It'll take a little longer, but you will end up with a translated article that is both readable and unique.
     
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    when its unique and its readable - yes
     
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    yeah you can use some premium grammar correctors to make article readable . i used such articles
     
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    Will you tell me wich grammer corrector did you use?
     
  8. agneygor0

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    i want to use this method anyone here who can tell me translating method....?
    means from which to which language i translate article and it will be unique?
    plz reply
     
  9. Seo-Devil

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    if you make some changes it becomes unique
     
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    There is no specific language. Search for articles from other language websites like spanish, german, hindi, etc., Then using google translator or any other translator translate it to english. DO some spelling and grammar corrections and use that article. That article will be unique. Most of the people use these type of articles for there Tire'd links.
     
  11. dan92

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    I was looking for online translators other than Google Translator, but unfortunately I must say G is the best, better than Bing

    All I am worrying is that Google stores all translated websites and articles somewhere :(
     
  12. kindarthur

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    Yes, It will works a lot. You don't need to worry about premium Copyscape account. You can rank your articles with free subscription itself. All things which you have mentioned could get your articles rank well in Google. Go ahead....

    Good Luck!

     
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    That would work as long as you observe the ethics of writing and translating. There's nothing wrong with translating articles. In fact, it is a good way of helping other readers to understand one article to another language. If it has no grammatical error and free from plagiarism, then it's good to go.
     
  14. fferraz

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    For a start you can translate with Google Translator. IMHO it's the best translator. I do this all the time and the articles get unique and quite readable.
     
  15. Andy Fang

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    Try GOogle Translator, then translate back to make it more accurate.
     
  16. Madnes

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    Yes mate they will work 100% If you use them that way - Add some paragraphs on your own for more value. I also use this method and works like a charm :)
     
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    awesome
     
  18. Black Seagull

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    You can try Ginger, it's good for grammar and spell checking.
     
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