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Unique content with specific keyword/s wrapped within but irrelevant to rest-of-the-text?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Bamboo1, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Bamboo1

    Bamboo1 Junior Member

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    Let's say you have texts that are unique 100% but their content has no quality keywords.

    What would happened if you would put up a blog (or few of them and for each one) and put keywords for certain niches that are good for Adsense CPC but are completely irrelevant for with the rest of the text?
    Now, just like with spun articles and software-generated content, the reader would see that something here is weird since he searched for a weight loss product and got a text that only has "weight loss" written in every 20th sentence, but my question is; what would Google think of it, and what can go wrong SEO-wise?
     
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    Bamboo1 Junior Member

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    Anyone? :S
    I remember people posting more replies, to more newbiesh questions, two years ago.
     
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    People would not spend much time on such a site. Google also determines the time spent by visitors on a site referred by them. If visitors are not spending much time on your site, it means your site is of low value and Google would not like a site like that to appear in their search results. Therefore, that site would be deindexed at the end of the day.
     
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  4. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    Search "LSI". It hit a few years ago and is the standard for content.
     
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  5. Bamboo1

    Bamboo1 Junior Member

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    Ok, this helped me to some extent.
    Now I wonder, if I target some decent keyword, and make my text more or less unrelated to it, but I add descriptive content within the one I already have and "use plenty of alternative vocabulary in the content that explains its meaning precisely" + I give the visitor pictures and videos that are about the main keyword, and the keyword they searched for in the place - than it shouldn't get deindexed. Right?
     
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    Maybe not deinexed, but if you get your adsense account manually reviewed you can kiss it bye bye.
     
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    Yep, that's a nother thing one has to consider, and I wonder; is there a rule when, how ofen or in which case Google does a manual review?
    If it's even a known thing, and not just another G's secret info