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What happens to rejected articles on iWriter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wengthemeng, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. wengthemeng

    wengthemeng Regular Member

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    So i've been looking for new ways of acquiring content and iWriter actually seemed working for me so far. However, today I just noticed that you can download the preview image of the article. I'm sure there are some individuals who probably just download the preview image of their article and put it into a text converter.

    I'm not sure what happens to the rejected articles on iWriter; but what stops someone from just rewriting the preview image and uploading it to their website?

    P.S. Sorry if this is the wrong area to ask this; I am not a content writer so I am clueless.
     
  2. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    In a word... NOTHING :) you can do that and probably some do it. I'd wait a week or so if I were you so the author is less likely to search for it after that time. Also there's karma to think about :) some authors really put work into it and don't really deserve this, some just spin other articles ( probably those are the most rejected ones) or just write in a bad english.

     
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  3. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    well anything is possible.. but most of people are lazy and wont do that.
     
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  4. wengthemeng

    wengthemeng Regular Member

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    So it's almost like getting semi free content then! haha

     
  5. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    yep, you can either use a text converter as you mentioned, or if your english is good enough use dagon naturally speaking, read the article once(can't take more than 2-3 minutes) and you have the article.
     
  6. Scorpion Ghost

    Scorpion Ghost Senior Member

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    As a writer I would either post rejected articles on a revenue sharing site or on a site where you can list articles for sale...

    And then if I got a positive from a "plagiarism" checker Before actually posting my rejected article on a revenue sharing site or a selling articles site, then I'd take the proof from iWriter and either send an email to the website's owner demanding that the article is removed, or I may go a step further and report the issue to iWriter, also report the website to DMCA or/and Adsense or whatever advertisments the website owner has on the website, also to Google... Depends on my mood at the time.

    I have no problem with Black Hat, spamming for example, but I Do have a problem with fucking people over! :)
     
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  7. damagesmith

    damagesmith Regular Member

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    As soon as the article is rejected. I will place it all over the net .
     
  8. aka sam

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    I dont think you can get away with it. They have put time and efforts to write the article, they wont let that go so easily..
     
  9. ContentWriter

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    Many are lazy to write what they see on the preview image. Besides, as coltza said, there's this thing called "karma".
     
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    Many are lazy and equally many are ready to do this job as it is simple to type the written content in a glance. They can get free unique content and who knows that if it is edited as unique to satisfy the Google criteria. It's more than enough for them as it is like golden opportunity to them.
     
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    Guys this is not simply about karma, this is an outright theft, a scam the OP is suggesting here!! Now where is that Neg Rep button when you need it!
     
  12. godspeed007

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    OP it's wrong to play with someone else's hardwork.
     
  13. gary2

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    they go back to the pool of the writers...
     
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    Not a good practice. Please don't think about doing this.
     
  15. imserious

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    iwriter does nothing to such scammers.

    I personally keep checking all my rejected articles and if posted on a site, give the site a nice GSA blast.