Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by K114a, Oct 28, 2016.
Do you go with SPUN content (WordAI) or you hire/buy content?
I just use expired domain content
Marketplace on here, there are several sellers selling dirt cheap content ideal for PBNs
You should hire a fulltime VA on an agreed upon $500 per month if/when You have enough work to make her/him go fulltime. I think this one is probably quite good and could handle some higher-value tasks if and when the time comes
How find them. Please explain
You can buy content or hire someone to write you a content. When you have it take time to review it. Check in copyscape for plagiarism and review on the quality of content.
Write them mate: https://www.inetsolutions.org/ultimate-guide-pbn-safety-leave-zero-footprints/
I hire a writer with cheap rate (half - 1/3 rate of money site's article) for my PBN's articles.
Never use spun content even on PBN's site, always use readable and unique article.
I usually buy the content but sometimes also do re-write if i have more time.
On my first PBN, I wrote everything. I had spent like $200 on the domains (good metrics). After that I bought content for my second one. Way too much writing.
Never use spun articles, instead, hire good writers (there are many good writers here in BHW) and let them write for you. Spun articles will just hurt your ranking, but posting readable, well-written and well-structured content on your website can lead to higher ranking and higher conversions.
I usually just write it. Everytime I've bought content I had to go over and it and fix it anyways. I find its easier just to crank out some articles by rewriting content.
I used to find writers at iwriter and hirewriter at first. After a lot of time spent and a lot of rejections i was able to favorite a few writers that delivered good content at competitive prices. But as time went by the quality degraded, deadlines missed so i ditched them.
Currently, i have hired a team of writers that i got in touch with at a freelancer website and they have been working for me for an year or so now. Doing pretty well. I have to periodically get the content proofread again but overall the job is being satisfactorily done.
I have tried a few writers from here as well, but as the workload on them increases they tend to delay the work. So i would suggest you hire someone who has the capacity to handle huge volumes of work.
Check my thread here, 1$/article! Perfect for PBN! https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/1-article-for-your-money-site-review-copy-for-everyone.880411/
Definitely do no use spun content. Not if you are going for long term projects. If you are just churning and burning and don't care for your PBN, then yeh, sure. You can get good writers on Upwork for this kind of stuff. You can get dirty cheap writers there. You don't need an amazing triple proof-read quality for PBNs, but it would be good if the article had at least half decent grammar.
Also, on the forum there are multiple options, but since I've been here on this forum, I had good experience only with handful of writers. Some of them are "Yeh, native writers, everything, sure" and when you open the .doc file, you can see language set to Pakistan/India. So so much about honesty and quality regarding writers here. But for PBN purposes it should be good, just don't overpay it.
I got a writer for $2.5/500 words. Is this a good deal?
I got a writer for $2.5/500 words. Is this a good deal? How much do you pay for your team
I can get 1000words article for $3-$5 and they are really native writers
The best way to get unique quality articles is archive.org
Check old website, dropped website, expired website, many blogs and projects are dead now and deindexed.
If you capitalize in all those articles, you can build PBN´s in a matter of ours with the right tools and good automation...
The best angle is to mix it all:
1. Good cheap content writers
2. Archive unique deindexed content
3. Great content that you can spin or translate to other language
Different quality for different type of pbn or even building a pbn of a pbn....Best!
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