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If I re-wrote a load of PR articles could I expect Google to give me traffic? I am not expecting to land on first page for a keyword but long tail phase search type of traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author reachintan
    Yes. If your articles are good in terms of useful, unique, informative, and relevant content then why not. However, good amount of keywords should be installed in these articles keeping the keyword density intact at around 3%.


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  • Profile picture of the author danieldesai
    Well, you need to ask yourself this:

    "Even if a visitor comes to my site via Google search, will he have reason to stick around and read my article? Even considering that there are other people sharing content that is high-quality, in-depth, and very useful?"

    The reason why that is so important is that Google deems user behavior as more important than ever.

    Even if you do get traffic, if they don't stick around on your site for long then Google will stop sending traffic your way.

    Google has always considered user experience to be important, and has gotten much better at determining which sites give that.

    If you're just re-wording PLR content it is extremely unlikely that you'll get any traffic at all, and even if you do, you won't keep getting it once Google sees that users aren't sticking.

    After all, why would a visitor stay on your site when your competition has so much better content?

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    P.S. you can still use the PLR articles as inspiration for content ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by interwebbuzz View Post

    If I re-wrote a load of PR articles could I expect Google to give me traffic? I am not expecting to land on first page for a keyword but long tail phase search type of traffic.
    A better question would be if Google gave me Traffic would I be able to retain that traffic and engage it over a long period of time ??


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  • Profile picture of the author Tad 100
    I would say yes if you actually destroyed the sequence of paragraphs and sentences, mixed them up and rewrote manually. Or you can translate articles from different language that would work too.
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  • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
    It would be much better if you have original content
    Surely you can get traffic on it
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Sure, it's possible. But it can be very hard if you're in a niche where you and alot of other people are writing about the same thing - and using the same ranking strategies that you are. But doing this in a small niche can be excellent for search engine traffic. This includes Yahoo and Bing too.
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  • Profile picture of the author publicworks
    Yes, beside the Article, you can follow more ways. i would not like to depends on one way. beside the Article, you can do Forum posting, Relevant Blog commenting & so on. I mean you need to create more & more back link anyway. Which will increase your site traffic & page rank. Thanks for your interest.
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  • Profile picture of the author tc888
    You would get some traffic but remember there are other search engines out there like Yahoo and Bing that will send you traffic too.
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    If you did a good job re-writing them. Google is getting better at picking up spun content. Are they on their own domain? That will play a big affect. Leveraging authority sites can help as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    The problem with PLR's is that thousands of persons are perhaps rewriting them or using a auto spinner to spin these articles. It is best to read them and write an article in your own words. Google is now smarter and they are now giving high rank to articles with quality content and user interactions like social media sharing and liking etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    If real people like your site, and they come back for more, then you understand. If not, figure out why real people would value what you are offering.
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      " if " I not wrong,

      If your site bounce rate is low , google will like it and naturally traffic from google will lure to your site.

      Correct me If I wrong here as I not so expert on SEO stuffs and I check around " Bounce rate also suggestive " .
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      • Profile picture of the author Bengr86
        To a certain extent, yes, if you create original content with your keywords and keep creating content with those keywords on a consistent and constant basis, Google will begin to take notice of your website.

        The main point, though, is the content of your content. Is your content of a decent quality? Is it unique? Does it answer questions the users might be having or asking regarding your product/service/website? If yes, Google will recognize this and begin to direct more people to your website. If not, you'll still be getting traffic, but less than your competitors.

        Sad thing is, there's no real magic solution to get people to come to your website, especially organically. It all involves hard work.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Rewrite them. Mix and match different paragraphs from different PLR resources. Pick only the best paragraphs/info and don't use the poor paragraphs and add a totally new and original paragraphs to each that you wrote and adds real value.

    Think of "Hamburger Helper" and use the best PLR content to "help" stretch your own content.

    Most keywords for SE purposes are nouns. Don't simply substitute adjectives like big/huge/large, etc. They don't change the meaning of the sentences.

    Instead, change and add nouns, such as:
    Are you looking for a carb for your pickup?

    Are you looking for a carb for your Dodge, Ford or Chevy pickup truck?

    This not only adds more keyword combinations, it gives more variety for things like keyword proximity throughout the article, which greatly helps pages being seen as duplicates.


    While "big" and "large" mean the same, "Ford" and "Chevy" do not.


    Another example, if the original sentence is:
    How to train your large dog to sit.


    Change it to:


    How to train your Rottweiler, Great Dane, German Shepard and other large dogs to sit.
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    • Profile picture of the author Allexandraa045
      Sad thing is, there's no real magic solution to get people to come to your website, especially organically. It all involves hard work.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sven300
        Maybe you'll have some traffic. But to really get traffic and traffic that converts, you have to write original content and quality content.

        All spinning variants are devalued since five years.
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        • Profile picture of the author interwebbuzz
          Originally Posted by Sven300 View Post

          Maybe you'll have some traffic. But to really get traffic and traffic that converts, you have to write original content and quality content.
          All I was thinking of doing was putting some optimised Adsense code. The only thing the traffic meeds to do is to click on the ads. Not really need to go though with "conversion".
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    The only thing the traffic meeds to do is to click on the ads. Not really need to go though with "conversion"
    On a MFA site, a click is a conversion.

    Re-writing PLR to try to make money with Adsense is a lot of work for possible pennies.

    You would spend less time and effort writing original content, but without massive traffic or insanely high EPC you will still only make pennies.

    Surely you can find a better way.
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