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WEB2.0 with G Translator?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by domainmadness, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Hey!

    Just got a thought - Would it work well if I just get english articles and then translate those into my own language and build WEB2.0's with those translated articles? Or is G going to see that as duplicate content?
     
  2. kazhkaz

    kazhkaz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, you can do that and I don't think that it will be a duplicate content for Google because it would take a lot of resources to translate content into all languages and compare it to other.
     
  3. rickstar

    rickstar Elite Member

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    You can do that, but keep in mind that sometimes Google's translator misses a large portion of grammatical structure from a sentence.
     
  4. WordKey

    WordKey Junior Member

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    That is great. But remember that the quality of those translated articles can vary.
     
  5. milans

    milans Regular Member

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    I'd rather use altavista babelfish or yahoo translate.

    This by the way does work pretty well. I'm just thinking that google might notice you used google translate as this is their translation program.