Syndicated, Unique Content - How To Do It?

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Hello,

for the relaunch of my main site, I plan on moving content to subdomains and making the main site into some sort of news website, with a forum, a community and so on. To get some fresh content I was thinking about automatically posting news articles from other sites (with a link back to the original of course) and automatically spinning the content with something like WordAI.

Is it possible to lightly do so without damaging the content, and still get unique articles? Is it even legal? Classical content curation doesn't sound like you get a lot indexed, or traffic...
#content #syndicated #unique
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  • Profile picture of the author NetMan
    It is totally illegal to scrape content from other websites, even for spinning it and even if you backlink to the original. That is called copyright infringement.

    If you absolutely want to post spinned content to your website, which I do not recommend and personally would never do because we have yet to find a spinner that creates a decent gathering of words that could be called an article, without insulting the intelligence of the reader, in such case use PLR articles. They're sold at a dime for a dozen everywhere online.

    Cheers!
    Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author pheonix44
    If the goal is to actually build anything then the focus has to be on quality. You'd be surprised at how many articles are on the net that are saying the same thing in the same way. A single unique piece of content can work wonders for you versus trying to spin something.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Originally Posted by ReviewSites View Post

    Hello,

    for the relaunch of my main site, I plan on moving content to subdomains and making the main site into some sort of news website, with a forum, a community and so on. To get some fresh content I was thinking about automatically posting news articles from other sites (with a link back to the original of course) and automatically spinning the content with something like WordAI.

    Is it possible to lightly do so without damaging the content, and still get unique articles? Is it even legal? Classical content curation doesn't sound like you get a lot indexed, or traffic...
    If you're just reposting the same 'syndicated' article on your site then I don't think it's a good strategy (and as netman noted probably illegal). If you link to other content on the web you should include an editorial viewpoint of sorts to make the content your own, so to speak.
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  • Profile picture of the author himmatrathore
    Hi,

    No one read the spinning news content. scraped content will harm to your blog/website.
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    • Profile picture of the author NetMan
      Originally Posted by himmatrathore View Post

      Hi,

      No one read the spinning news content. scraped content will harm to your blog/website.
      One has to make sure to understand that "spinned content" and "scraped content" are not the same thing, however scraped content could also be spinned of course.

      Scraping content is STEALING on others' intellectual property and WILL harm much more than your blog / website, it could ruin your business and your entire life. Be aware!

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  • Profile picture of the author jefrin adams
    Do use it use fresh content ,its safe for your website ...
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  • Profile picture of the author SpectateSwamp
    I even include the location of the best segment, so the video player can show it as the thumbnail.
    And the geo-location for proximity searches.
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