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web 2.0's that don`t get deleted for spun content

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by oscilay, Feb 28, 2014.

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  1. oscilay

    oscilay Regular Member

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    Hey all! Do you know any web 2.0's that usually don`t get deleted for spun content? I`d like to use those as my tier 2 and don`t want to spend too much energy, time and money for the content.
     
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    I think its the user behavior of the person (bot) who creates the accounts, rather than their content, that causes them to be deleted... I can't imagine the operators of blogspot and wordpress, etc, reading through every new blog manually to review it.
     
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    1- If they do get deleted it is because you are not spinning it properly. Spin it the right way and you will get pretty nice articles. Instead of spending 2 minutes spend some good hours on it.

    2- If you want to submit shitty articles, only shitty sites will accept them. Do the math, shitty articles + shitty sites = SHIT for your money website.

    All in all, try to go for a more qualitative approach rather than just blasting shit for the sake of it.
     
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    You won't get away with it on Squidoo, Ezine etc, but on Wordpress and Blogspot type sites they can't manually read every blog.

    FPS
     
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    oscilay Regular Member

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    I see. Well, I use quality articles for my tier 1 but I was hoping I could spend less time for my tier 2.

    I`ve tried to use wordpress for this but it got removed after one month. Blogspot is still up.
     
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    All are subject to deletion. Read the TOS and abide by the rule and you will be fine. Generally, the rules are similar but with slight changes in some.
     
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    I find that inserting relevant images and videos helps to maintain high stick rate even with spun articles.
     
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    oscilay Regular Member

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    Does having posts that do not link back help?
     
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    I think after recent updates I don't think any good web 2.0 site allow spun contents. But may be they will accept contents if you will do manually spinning.
     
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    There are some automated systems at Wordpress.com and the others but mainly it's user comments that are likely to get blogs deleted, if at all. Article directories like EZA are different because submissions actually are read by staff - blog posts on the Web2.0 sites tend not to be.

    Either way, with the gradual erosion in link value, there's very little point now in submitting crud to any kind of site.
     
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    Herbert Smith Newbie

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    why do you like to use spun content. Even, if you are your spun content try to make properties readable