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Which would you prefer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by -Joe-, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. -Joe-

    -Joe- Junior Member

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    Hi there, really sorry to the mods if this isn't allowed, delete if it's not.

    I was just wondering, if you were buying posts on a blog network, would you prefer to have content made by Articlebuilder (readable, but only 75% unique) or highly spun content (not that readable, but 100% unique).
    It would be really really appreciated if you could help. Note, I'm not affiliated in any way with Articlebuilder, it's just I'm launching a blog network soon, and wanna find out what the people want :) (Obviously, I'll be paying for a BST thread and sticky once I reach the required posts. Until then, I won't be selling on here at all - this isn't some underhanded way to sell without paying for it.)

    Here's a link to the survey I made, or you can post in the thread. Whatever. :)



    Note: I'll be giving out 10 free PR3 blogrolls to randomly selected people who answer, as well as publicly posting the results.
     
  2. tymes90

    tymes90 Regular Member

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    I prefer using spun content. You need to understand that if you are creating high quality spun content or purchasing high quality spun content, there is no reason this content should not be 100% readable.
     
  3. Hadouken

    Hadouken Registered Member

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    I prefer 75% unique and more readable. I am definitely not concerned about something only being 75% unique, as even 2 completely different people on opposite ends of the world could create 2 articles using many of the same phrases/sentences. When we write original articles, we tend to re-use common phrases and sentences which we read while doing research on the subject, so I don't think it is an issue at all. 75% unique will rank just fine also, so there is no issue with indexing.
     
  4. assphuck

    assphuck Senior Member

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    Google is doing a lot of manual reviews. If you are building a service, it's best to create one that distributes articles that stand a higher probability of passing a human review. Considering Google outsourced a lot of reconsideration request to India, I would assume other countries are handling some of the manual reviews as well. Since English is not their native language, and Google's translate could use some work, I don't think the articles have to be perfect. But the closer they are the better they are for the blog network and customers that use them.
     
  5. -Joe-

    -Joe- Junior Member

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    Thanks loads for the responses so far, keep them coming. :)

    hmm, most handwritten spintax content providers I've looked at have either been producing pretty shitty content, or have been expensive enough to push a lot of people away (think $50 for an article)

    To give you an example of a well-respected provider's content (this person has lots of good reviews on another forum):

    (This is the very first sentence of the article)
    "In fact, a uses regarding urine throughout improving skin complaints and its helpfulness as junk acne treatment are documented along with the results are amazingly positive."
     
  6. Seadragon

    Seadragon Regular Member

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    A good answer here, when spinning content, i try to keep the article readable at least and around 60%-75% unique, it's what i'm having my best results with.