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Unique content idea?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tat1973, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. tat1973

    tat1973 Regular Member

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    Hey guys what do you think about this idea?

    Buy a book or magazine and read the articles and use dragon voice naturally speaking to record them = unique content?

    Is this a pretty good idea or fail? state your opinions!
     
  2. brent360

    brent360 Junior Member

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    More and more physical media are being indexed online every day. You'd have to do the labor to make sure it wasn't already somewhere else on the 'net, and then you run the risk of having it indexed on the net in the future. And no matter what, you're infringing on someone else's copyright.

    This isn't a very good strategy in my opinion. It's easy, fast, and requires no brainpower, but the end result woill be low-quality.
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    not really new but good idea, if the book/magazine is not on the net yet

    i'm not sure about this voice recognizer software tho (which is the best of its kind, but still...)
    i'd say you'd better to type in or hire somebody to do the dirty job for you if you have the budget, most likely you'll have unreadable articles if you use dragon naturally speaking and you need to manually rewrite them, which roughly means the same time if you just type the articles in
     
  4. kuanggrade

    kuanggrade Newbie

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    ocr it
     
  5. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Yep... It would be faster / more cost effective to pay someone to scan your material and then OCR it. You could either use an open source proggy like Tesseract or one of the more expensive (but more accurate) paid programs out there.

    This is the kind of job where a bit of outsourcing $$ could go a long way.
     
  6. killer2021

    killer2021 Regular Member

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    yea the method works. Just paraphrase the article and paraphrase content from other similar articles.
     
  7. Antal

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    No you can do ocr its faster.
     
  8. DamnTees

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    Not a bad idea or you could maybe sit in on college courses and voice record lectures and then convert them into articles. Just a thought.
     
  9. teeniegenie

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    I remember a thread a while back on this topic - the OP of that thread suggested pulling library books/mags and using Dragon NS to create articles. I'm giving a pretty crappy summary of that thread - :) - but maybe someone can search and find what I'm talking about. Wish I could remember who the OP was for that one...
     
  10. killer2021

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    or you could always just watch online lectures and transcribe them. Google doesn't know how to detect video audio to a high level.