Can I use someone elses article and submit via senuke or magic submitter

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Warriors, is it possible to use another Authors article on ezinearticles and submit to different article directories and web 2.0 properties like hubpages/squidoo etc.. using software like senuke or magic submitter?

I am under the impression you can as long as you include their resource box intact. Which means I would have a link going to their site, and one back to mine.

Obviously you couldn't submit to ezinearticles though.

Another question I have is will those links actually count toward building backlinks for my site?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    NO - you have no right to stick your link on someone else's article!!!

    Why would you think that would be acceptable?

    If you want to promote your site - do your own work. Trying to capitalize on someone's property for your own gain is being a leech - not a marketer.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChimeMac
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      NO - you have no right to stick your link on someone else's article!!!

      Why would you think that would be acceptable?

      If you want to promote your site - do your own work. Trying to capitalize on someone's property for your own gain is being a leech - not a marketer.
      Yes, you should write for youself,articles belongs to others and you should have your own ideas,Ezine articles would not accept your submit and may ban your account,be careful.
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  • Profile picture of the author ArticlePrince
    The technical term for that is plagiarism. You can do it if you change nothing, but I don't see why you would want to build 500 links to someone else's site.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffwheeler
    you can do it.Is it the best approach?no.

    write article an set it up or hire someone to spin it well. Now you have a 1 article that can be spun say 20 times or what ever then go post to these properties.

    But really think about it a minute, building 30 web2.0 all on the same day with one article an pointing to your site. Why not build these properties randomly an keep in a spread sheet. you will now have the beginings of your mini seo empire.

    Throw low quality links to the web 2.0. web 2.0 links to your money site. the basic pyramid. MIx up everything is a good approach, just a hint.
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    • Profile picture of the author grimace_86
      Thanks for the responses.

      Was fairly certain this was the case. I've been using my own articles to do this, but the thought popped into my mind the other day, and again today, so I thought I would quickly ask the question.

      Im not sure if this is right or not, but I have a feeling BruteForce Evo 2 does something similar to what I mentioned. But I could have read there material wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChimeMac
    Originally Posted by grimace_86 View Post

    Warriors, is it possible to use another Authors article on ezinearticles and submit to different article directories and web 2.0 properties like hubpages/squidoo etc.. using software like senuke or magic submitter?

    I am under the impression you can as long as you include their resource box intact. Which means I would have a link going to their site, and one back to mine.

    Obviously you couldn't submit to ezinearticles though.

    Another question I have is will those links actually count toward building backlinks for my site?
    Softwares like magic submiter may have more the 2 times upsell..be careful to use such software.
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  • Profile picture of the author ArticlePrince
    Brute Force is very similar to SENuke, but it takes FOREVER to run. Like 5 hours per article for me. No fun at all. Plus, it basically just spams the hell out of everything. Personally, I wouldn't use it, but the marketing company I work for uses it for clients so... I have to use it :-/
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    • Profile picture of the author jeannemk
      Why would you use someone's article? It just like saying that I could borrow your mother for a day or everyday. Why not write on your own or hire someone to write articles for you. There are a lot of good writers who can do the job for you.
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      • Profile picture of the author jeffwheeler
        Originally Posted by jeannemk View Post

        Why would you use someone's article? It just like saying that I could borrow your mother for a day or everyday. Why not write on your own or hire someone to write articles for you. There are a lot of good writers who can do the job for you.
        Some marketers are more focus rankings and by writing all these articles by hand an then tring to build links to your site by submitting them by hand is a slow process. So, senuke and the likes speed this up and by using others articles your not wasting time doing it yourself.Your focus is on indexing and building your pyramids.

        The duplicate content from taking someone eles article can effect the web 2.0. It can have issues getting indexed or falls out of index. By having unique content it increases the value of the link in simple speaking.
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      • Profile picture of the author Beatrice
        It just like saying that I could borrow your mother for a day or everyday.

        What a comparison! LOL!
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    • Profile picture of the author grimace_86
      Originally Posted by ArticlePrince View Post

      Brute Force is very similar to SENuke, but it takes FOREVER to run. Like 5 hours per article for me. No fun at all. Plus, it basically just spams the hell out of everything. Personally, I wouldn't use it, but the marketing company I work for uses it for clients so... I have to use it :-/
      Yeah I did the 7 day trial thing with Brute Force and didn't like it. Like you said it takes forever, and its spams the hell out of everything.

      I am going through the $5.95 trial with Magic Submitter now and have been fairly impressed with it so far. I've barely even scraped the surface with it. LIke senuke, you just need to get over the fact that 100% wont be successful for different reasons.
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  • Profile picture of the author grimace_86
    Also found this on ezine articles which means you could do what I was thinking couldn't you? Whether it is the right thing, or even the best thing to do is probably a better question.

    Your submission to EzineArticles.com also gives unconditional permission for your articles to be reprinted in other ezines, websites and print publications. We ask publisher(s) to follow our reprint rules as stated below, but you acknowledge that the enforcement of our terms of service for publishers is at your risk and cost and not ours. In other words, if someone violates your copyright -- it will be 100% up to you to take legal action against those who abuse your copyright to protect your interests. If you do not agree to these terms, do not submit your articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author jeffwheeler
      sure you can do it and have no problems.In a SEO view, mix things up a bit.
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by jeffwheeler View Post

        sure you can do it and have no problems.In a SEO view, mix things up a bit.
        You can reprint the article in it's entirety, changeing nothing including the resource box.

        You can't leave any of your links in it or add one.

        If this was done to mine I'd hit you with a DMCA notice and make life not very nice for you including letting your hosting company know along with Google and other avenues you'd find rather distressing.

        Jeff, it'd be better if you didn't give the OP advice like this. As for...

        In a SEO view, mix things up a bit.
        What exactly do you mean, take bits of one article and mix it with others? I do hope not as this is plagiarism and has been confirmed to me by a senior Warrior member who is also an internet Lawyer.

        I hope this isn't what you mean.
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        • Profile picture of the author jayalaxmi
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          absolutely no.the article directories reject yours straught away.are we fools wasting tons of time for creating our own content.
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          • Profile picture of the author hilaryaustin
            if I were you i would not do it. Since you might be facing a big consequences the moment you will continue what you were planning. It's more like you were stealing to someone's work and output.
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  • Profile picture of the author Talha Ahmed
    In SEO point of view if you are using original article then you are going to get a good quality link and I my self prefer quality on quantity every time
    Just my own thinking
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    • Profile picture of the author jerrywilhelm
      I recently set up a site and discovered that the number one site ranking for my keyword was just a one page site with one of "MY" original articles from Ezine Articles on it, they didn't even leave my links intact. It may not sound like a big deal until it happens to you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      What woodwork are some people crawling out of in this thread?

      To the OP:

      Your submission to EzineArticles.com also gives unconditional permission for your articles to be reprinted in other ezines, websites and print publications.
      Of course YOUR articles can be reprinted by other site owners on their sites and blogs - with proper listing of YOUR bio box with YOUR link included.

      That's called syndication and one reason we write and submit articles.

      That does not mean you can add YOUR link to someone else's article - you can reprint their article on your site - as long as you include the article unchanged - and the author's bio box UNCHANGED.

      And you certainly have no right to submit someone else's article to directories - which was your original question. You can try it - but expect to be slapped down hard because that is what will happen the moment someone notices what you are doing.

      As for those say "yes, you can do it" - be careful who you listen to.

      Kay
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