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What's better: 30% unique readable spun content, or 70-90% unique hard-to-read content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deviatus, Nov 14, 2010.

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Pick one.

  1. 30% unique readable spun content

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  2. 70-90% unique hard-to-read spun content

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  1. deviatus

    deviatus Power Member

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    So that's basically the question.

    With 30%, the grammar and syntax will be right, but G might pick up on redundancies. With 70%-90% unique and hard to read, this might set off "auto generated" red flags, but pass uniqueness.

    Obviously 90% unique readable spun content is ideal, but this requires more time and manual work.
     
  2. theguy2

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    I GUESS 70 to 90% unique hard to read RELATED content would be better
     
  3. negligence

    negligence Regular Member

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    This is a battle i'm facing myself. Ultimately, I think it boils down to what you're using the site for.

    For example, if you're creating a site that is going to be used as an authority site, or which compiles large amounts of data into a single resource, I think the readable quality is paramount. Think Wikipedia

    If you are publishing content simply to roll out more content and encourage search engines to crawl more frequently and hope one lands on your site so you can direct them to a CPA offer or something else... who cares if they read it, value it, and understand it?

    I'm a quality over quantity man, myself.