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Would this work to create "unique" content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cucr3, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. cucr3

    cucr3 Regular Member

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    What if I just open my text book and start reading into DNS? I mean it's a college text book, so I am thinking it will not be indexed online.. If it was students would just look it up instead of dishing out $100+ for the book. OR just read the information but in my own words. One book could provide me with months and maybe even years of content.

    I studied exercise science so most of them are about nutrition, weight training, energy systems of the body, anatomy, etc. Pretty hot topics IMO.

    Just an idea, whadda ya think..?
     
  2. justthinking

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    I think you would get hauled into court quickly. A publisher doesn't want their books read word for word or summarized in any way, shape, or form. Now if you read the books and then twist it, you should be okay.

    Honestly, how many ways are there to lose weight? One. Take in fewer calories than your body uses in a day. How do you put on muscle mass? Lift increasingly heavier weights. Anatomy of the human body? One. We are all the same. In fact, we are very similar to one another. Math? 2+2 is always going to equal four. You just need to figure out a way to twist it so people understand it better.

    The twist is where the money is at. Since you already learned the material, I am sure you can come up with a good book explaining the same concept in a new light. Of course, you will need to refer to several books but give credit if you do.