How is it possible to make money by rewriting top viewed ezine articles?

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Can anyone explain? I some where at this forum read that, it is possible to make 100 bucks daily just by re writing top viewed EZA articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    You can always rewrite them and submit tons to other article directories with your links in it, also as a means to do link building to your site and get better rankings. So..possible: Yes, why not?
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  • Profile picture of the author bestrevenueshare
    Thanks, my question is slightly different, if you rewrite top viewed articles and then post them on EZA back, what is the consequence then?
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

      Thanks, my question is slightly different, if you rewrite top viewed articles and then post them on EZA back, what is the consequence then?
      (i) Rejections, if EZA editors know that you've done that;

      (ii) Lawsuits for breach of copyright, if EZA authors can prove that you've done that.

      Why would anyone want to emulate the articles on EZA with the highest viewing figures?! Well, I suppose it must, on some level, be because of assumptions that the ones with the highest viewing figures are "successful" articles from "successful writers". Not a perspective I share at all. For myself, if wanting to re-write someone else's work at all, those would be exactly the ones I'd want to avoid.

      They're typically the articles of people who have "sent traffic to an article directory". Not people whose judgement I'd want to rely on for my own business, at all. Quite the opposite, in fact.

      Those viewing figures are mostly inflated because people have done one of two things ...

      (i) either they've "sent cheap traffic" to them, to get them listed temporarily on EZA's home page as "most viewed" for the temporary benefit of a higher-PR backlink from EZA while it lasts (an anomaly so glaring, and so much exploited, that thankfully EZA has "closed the loophole" now and doesn't do that any more, though it remains true of most highest-traffic articles already in their database!) ...

      (ii) or they've built backlinks to EZA imagining that it will help them to send their traffic to EZA rather than to their own sites. From my perspective, these are people who haven't got quite as far as working out that their 25% click-through-rate at EZA means simply that they're losing 75% of their traffic there, and/or haven't quite worked out that when a potential customer finds one of their articles through putting one of its keywords into a search engine, an article directory copy of an article should be the last thing they want that potential customer to find.

      However you look at it, they're certainly not people I'd want to be "copying". :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Houcem Rihane
    Use the most viewed articles in your keyword research to find profitable niches but never copy their ideas 1 to 1 even if it is a rewrite.

    The least I can say about it is that it is unethical (not to talk about the legal problems of course).
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Don't do it. Just look for a different (legitimate) method. There's so many other ways to earn income online.
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    • Profile picture of the author James Clark
      To me, that would be the biggest waste of time I can think of. Your object should be to drive steady traffic to your squeeze page. Once they are there. Then you set the rules of your business, that is. If they share personal information (name & email) with you, in turn, you will give them some information that will help them grow their business.
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  • Profile picture of the author bestrevenueshare
    But friends it is not illegal at all, I am not talking about spun or duplicate content but just copying the theme, more accurately the main keywords. Mainly I want to know about the SERP results of the newly created fresh articles.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      But that's not the question you asked. If you are told to "rewrite eZA articles" you are being advised to create derivative content - which can violate copyright.

      There's a bigger issue. Most EZA articles don't have enough grit to them to create another article using the "theme" and they are not the best way to choose keywords.

      What gets really funny are those who think rewriting what they find online is a great idea - and they end up writing about the same wrong facts as the article they "didn't really copy".

      Your question WAS "can you make $100 a day rewriting EZA articles" - to that, the answer is probably not.
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      • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
        There are, I know, several WSOs on offer promoting this kind of "copying". It is definitely not a course of action I would recommend anyone following. You will be courting disaster.

        As Kay has pointed out, most of the articles on Ezine Articles (especially pre-Panda), do not have enough "depth" to them to lend themselves to re-writing, plus, as Alexa told you, you could be laying yourself open to lawsuits, and EZA will most likely ban your account.

        If nothing else, you need to remember, Google's Panda/Farmer upgrade put stress upon quality content, not spun copies, which is what you will be producing.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

          There are, I know, several WSOs on offer promoting this kind of "copying".
          Eew, really?! I didn't know that ... that's a bit "concerning", isn't it?
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          • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
            Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

            Eew, really?! I didn't know that ... that's a bit "concerning", isn't it?
            It isn't the entire focus of the WSO, but it lists the method as one way to create backlinks without doing the work yourself.
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            • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
              Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

              It isn't the entire focus of the WSO, but it lists the method as one way to create backlinks without doing the work yourself.
              @ AnniePot Have you reported this WSO to the helpdesk? You probably should.

              @ bestrevenueshare The answer to the original question is that you can't make $100 a day "just" by doing anything.

              If you did rewrite, or write your own articles, where are you going to put them? How are you going to promote your site? Where are the visitors going to come from? How will you monetise it? Adsense (you'd need a huge number of visitors), Clickbank, Amazon, your own product?
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

      Mainly I want to know about the SERP results of the newly created fresh articles.
      Then you're looking at it the wrong way. That isn't what successful article marketing is about. People who are depending on article directory copies of their articles ranking highly in Google's SERP's are not people whom it's wise to copy; collectively, they're not successful article marketers: they're article marketers who are making the fundamental mistake of using article directories for their own traffic and their own backlinks, and they're typically among the people who drop out of the business and/or start off all the hundreds of threads you can read in forums like this one with titles like "Article Marketing Doesn't Work Any More" and "Article Marketing Is Dead". All of which is nonsense - article marketing is working just fine - it's just that approach to it that isn't. If you want to earn a living from article marketing, you'll need to start by learning the fundamentals about how it works, not by copying people who are failing.

      Here's one long thread to start you off, if it's of interest. Its "incidental chat" will teach you a lot, and if you read through that whole thread carefully and have a good think about what it's all about, you'll already know a lot more about it than most of the people whose work you were misguidedly proposing to "emulate".
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  • Profile picture of the author murtuza
    I don't think that rewriting top viewed ezinearticles articles and posting them back to ezinearticles will give you the same amount of views.

    The fact is that those who have written that articles might have done lots more to get that views than just writing and posting to EA.

    They might have build incoming links to those articles, probably they might have mailed it to their list of subsbcribers or contacted other ezine publishers to do a mail out and lots more external factors might be at place.

    Rather than rewriting articles completely you might take ideas from those articles as to which keywords have been used and then write your own quality article and try to get top views.

    You can even track back that article using some cool software like seoelite and you will know whether the owner has done some link building and how he has managed to get top rankings and then you can duplicate his plan and see the results.

    Taking ideas is not bad but copy pasting someone else's stuff is not ethical...
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  • Profile picture of the author Gullybaba
    Sorry to say but you can't submit ezine top article back to ezine, Ezine will ban you forever for this. and let suppose if you get success to submit into it then what's next? ezine will not give you the exactly amount of views...
    It's also let your reputation down as author, and it really effects for you...

    So, my suggestion is don't try this, try yourself Good Luck....
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
    This very concept hurts my brain.

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    • Profile picture of the author Brian Terry
      What if instead of re-wording those articles you study them to find the formula that made them successful?

      The problem with the kind of copying you mentioned is you'll probably miss the genius made them great.

      When you have that article success formula you can write your own winning articles without re-writing someone eles's work. You'll also have the basis for a popular WSO of your own to sell!

      I hope this helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author DeadGuy
        There is no substitute for hard word. Rewriting articles can actually take a lot more effort than writing an original article yourself. Take the high road. Do the work, reap the reward.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikemcmillan
    Uhhhhm,

    Way back when, before "G" put the smack down on article directories, it was possible (more possible) to submit articles to directories such as EZA and get some traffic to your site. That's all well and good. It's harder now.

    The old school thinking was to submit articles to EZA, get them to show well in the SERPs, and get some free traffic to your site, blog or squeeze page.

    However, and this is a big "however", in most cases today you are better off putting your articles on your site or blog and trying to get them to show there in the SERPs rather than in the directories. At least two reasons for this...

    First, even if your article in a directory shows well in Google and people click to it--you are still "hoping" (I don't like that word) that readers will click on the link in your resource box to get you some traffic. Many, many folks will not. You are likely better off putting the articles (at least at first) on your site or blog and try to get that showing in the SERPs rather than having an article in a directory showing there.

    Another thing: I just looked on EZA and found 37,000 articles related to "affiliate marketing". Want to venture a guess as to where in the standard Google listings the first one of these articles showed up?--on page 1?--on page 2?--in the first 5 pages?--in the first 10 pages?--in the first 20 pages? Nope! You had to go to page 24 in the Google listings to find an EZA related to "affiliate marketing".

    Huh! The other thing to consider is that, in general, in the vast majority of cases, you will only find two listings in Google from the same top-level domain for any one search term. In other words, it is likely that you will only find two EZA articles show for the term "affiliate marketing" no matter how far you drill down the listings. Remember, there are over 37,000 articles there competing for those two positions!

    See why I recommended you put your articles on your site or blog and trying to get them to show in the SERPs from there? If you do it right, your chances of getting it to show are likely better than getting it to show through a directory.

    Even better is submitting your best articles to niche-related, high profile blogs to take advantage of their Pagerank and traffic. I've said this 407, maybe 408 times on the WF before: To be successful, you need to find ways to leverage the assets of others, others bigger than you, to your advantage. Getting your articles used as guest postings on high profile blogs by contacting them directly is more viable than having bloggers look through tens-of-thousands of articles on the topic in directories.

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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Your question seems to not take into account the other part of the equation: click through rates. Just because you show up at the top of EZA doesn't mean people click on your article, doesn't mean that the ones that read your article click on your links.

    5007 views a month with a 1% click through rate gets you 50 visitors to your site.
    300 views a month with at 20% click through rate gets you 60 visitors to your site.

    Yes, obviously, 5007 at 20% gets you 1000 visitors.

    The point is, it's not enough to have your article at the top. And copying, re-writing the top articles does in no way mean you'll get visitors. Now, if EZA were kind and provide you with how many times articles are viewed and click through rates, you'd at least know who to copy.
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  • Profile picture of the author DarrenHaynes
    Personally - I think in the long run it is better just to create quality websites about subjects you know about, subjects that you are personally involved with in real life, things you are passionate about. This to me is the easiest way to write quality content, and dramatically reduces your chances of ever getting your site wacked by google.

    It is mostly the people who took short cuts, that are sitting around crying after Panda! Create a service orientated website, have fun doing it and making money for the long haul.
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

    Can anyone explain? I some where at this forum read that, it is possible to make 100 bucks daily just by re writing top viewed EZA articles.
    It is better if you just use these as research and write your own 100% unique content. The top viewed articles can help give you ideas to what keyword phrases to target and what type of article to write, but rewriting them is not always a good idea. You also have to remember if you use the same exact keyword you will end up in direct competition with these top viewed articles.

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  • Profile picture of the author bestrevenueshare
    Well, let me clear my words.

    Suppose an EZA article get ranked at first search page for a long tail keyword, now as I know if you publish a similar article (I am saying again - its not copied from anywhere, it is your original content) on EZA, google will place your article next to the old one, if you focus on the same keywords. So it becomes very much easy to rank high for that particular keyword even without quality backlinks.

    Lastly, as we know keywords and titles should not be considered as copyrighted.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
      If you target the same keywords in your ORIGINAL & UNIQUE article and you put that on your own website, dollars to donuts you'll out-rank that article on EZA.

      But yea that requires a little work beyond copying/re-writing the original article.

      Your focus shouldn't be to copy/replicate but beat that EZA article (fair and square) out of the #1 spot.
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      • Profile picture of the author bestrevenueshare
        Originally Posted by Alan Petersen View Post

        If you target the same keywords in your ORIGINAL & UNIQUE article and you put that on your own website, dollars to donuts you'll out-rank that article on EZA.

        Please can you explain this, because if we publish that article in our newly created site, we have to work harder, atleast they provide some relevant backlinks, am I right?
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

          Please can you explain this, because if we publish that article in our newly created site, we have to work harder, atleast they provide some relevant backlinks, am I right?
          No; as it happens you're wrong. But that doesn't actually matter: the point is that even if you were right, that still wouldn't be relevant to the discussion, nor would it justify your perspective on the subject.

          It's trivially easy to outrank an article directory. It always was, even before the Panda update. (Directory articles are published on non-context-relevant, PR-0 pages: if your own site can't outrank that, then you have bigger problems than anything discussed in this thread.)

          But even if it were more difficult, it would still be pretty essential to do it. There's not much mileage in sending your traffic to an article directory, rather than to your own site, is there? What's your CTR? 30% perhaps? That means you lose 70% of your traffic there, doesn't it?

          Have you had the chance to read this thread, Bestrevenueshare?
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          • Profile picture of the author AtaArticles
            On the issue of plagiarism using ezinearticles, i remember a while back a video tutorial by Areeb (creator of Senuke) who just pulled an article from ezine and spun it to make it more or less unique. Don't understand why he seems to think it is ok to do that, considering that he claims his software is mainly for whitehat seo.
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            • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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              Originally Posted by AtaArticles View Post

              Don't understand why he seems to think it is ok to do that, considering that he claims his software is mainly for whitehat seo.
              No, indeed ...

              My guess, then, is that he genuinely believes that's "white hat". Some people really do have strange ideas not only when it comes to differentiating between "right" and "wrong", but between "legal" and "illegal" as well. Some actually imagine that if a theft is undetectable, then "it isn't really theft at all".

              Unfortunately the online world (just like the offline world, I think?) is full of people who are no respecters of intellectual property rights. Online, in particular, there are many people who imagine that if something can be taken and used and benefitted from, it "can't really be" doing anything wrong to do those things.

              It's not easy to imagine that someone would make and release publicly a video of this type of activity if they did know that it was illegal, nor if they thought it was immoral and "wrong"?

              However, as far as this thread's concerned, quite apart from any legal and moral considerations, taking the articles which have had the most traffic sent to them, for all the reasons explained above, is hardly an activity calculated with any understanding of the underlying realities. Or, to put it in simpler terms, it's completely stupid, however you look at it.
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              • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                Originally Posted by DABK View Post

                Your question seems to not take into account the other part of the equation: click through rates. Just because you show up at the top of EZA doesn't mean people click on your article, doesn't mean that the ones that read your article click on your links.

                5007 views a month with a 1% click through rate gets you 50 visitors to your site.
                300 views a month with at 20% click through rate gets you 60 visitors to your site.

                Yes, obviously, 5007 at 20% gets you 1000 visitors.

                The point is, it's not enough to have your article at the top. And copying, re-writing the top articles does in no way mean you'll get visitors. Now, if EZA were kind and provide you with how many times articles are viewed and click through rates, you'd at least know who to copy.
                Even if these numbers were both available and accurate, it means that your work, at best, sends 80% of the potential traffic somewhere else. It might go to an Adsense click you'll never get paid for. Or another article linked from the page, handing the chance for an opt-in or a sale to someone else.

                If I can get that visitor to my site, my odds get a lot better because even the distractions are mine...
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

      Suppose an EZA article get ranked at first search page for a long tail keyword
      This typically happens for the second reason explained at the end of post #4 above, in which case, again, it's something one should want to avoid, rather than emulating it.

      Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

      now as I know if you publish a similar article (I am saying again - its not copied from anywhere, it is your original content) on EZA, google will place your article next to the old one, if you focus on the same keywords.
      I don't believe this to be true at all.

      If the "original article" - as is likely - has had hundreds (thousands?) of backlinks built to it by an article directory marketer whose understanding of what he's doing leaves a little to be desired (to put it very tactfully), and you write a similar article using the same words and don't do that, Google will not "place" your article "next to the old one" at all.

      If you also do the same thing as that author (i.e. by building backlinks to EZA's site rather than to your own), then you might rank as well, but only by effectively sending your traffic (i.e. traffic arising from your backlinking campaign) to EZA, thus putting yourself equally firmly in that same category of people whose understanding of what they're doing leaves a little to be desired.

      To put it much more bluntly, however you look at it, it's an absolutely loopy idea. :p

      Originally Posted by bestrevenueshare View Post

      So it becomes very much easy to rank high for that particular keyword even without quality backlinks.
      No offense meant at all, but I can't begin to imagine what gives you this idea.

      And if it's come from a WSO, I would be asking for a refund, myself.


      This thread explains in some detail why building backlinks to an article directory copy of one of your articles, rather to than the original (which should have been first published and first indexed on your own site), is typically a huge mistake. And without doing that, this plan probably won't fly.

      I understand completely the "reverse engineering" concept of duplicating something successful, but this, at the moment, is a way to duplicate failure, not success: it rests on the assumption that the authors of the EZA articles which have had the most traffic are likely to be the product of someone successful. In my opinion, for all the reasons explained in post #4 above, that's likely to be the exact opposite of the reality.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I've found recent article directory results are more like they were eight years ago than they were two years ago.

        A well written article of decent length that has real information/facts and is entertatining/informative will be picked up by other sites and syndicated and you get traffic from that source.

        I've never focused on "ranking" my articles placed in directories. I want them reprinted for additional links and traffic.

        But that's just me....

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  • Profile picture of the author bestrevenueshare
    "I don't believe this to be
    true at all"

    sure, it looks like unbelievable, but I'll post the proof here at this thread, if I manage to find one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    A quick word of caution for those rewriting copyrighted material...

    I read about a case a few years ago where one person was being sued for copyright infringement for a short book he'd written. The author of another book claimed it was his book that had been used as the basis of the book The guy being sued lost the lawsuit because of the way he used one word in the book. It was used in a unique phrase the same way it was used in the orignal book. The jury decided it wouldn't have been used in that way by accident.

    Just one word hung this guy.

    One word.

    I now return you to your regularly scheduled discussion.
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  • Profile picture of the author salaka
    how about get the top article from eza and publish it on another article dir and ofcourse spin the article first
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by salaka View Post

      how about get the top article from eza and publish it on another article dir and ofcourse spin the article first
      Did you actually read the thread at all, Salaka?

      How would you know/define what the "top article" is?

      Did you see all the reasons and explanations above why the ones with most traffic/views would actually be the ones to avoid?

      What you're suggesting would be theft, anyway. "Spinning" it doesn't change that.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
        Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

        Did you actually read the thread at all, Salaka?

        How would you know/define what the "top article" is?

        Did you see all the reasons and explanations above why the ones with most traffic/views would actually be the ones to avoid?

        What you're suggesting would be theft, anyway. "Spinning" it doesn't change that.
        But it's been spun!?

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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by Alan Petersen View Post

          But it's been spun!?

          Ooh, well, that's different: why didn't you say so in the first place?!
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  • Profile picture of the author LilBlackDress
    I ordered about 20 original content articles from a writer some time back.

    As I was reading thru them something just did not feel right. I popped over to ezine articles and looked at the first few articles for each keyword and bingo. My writer had rewritten them and tried to pawn them off on me as original.

    It is one thing to gather ideas from different sources and write an article. It is another to copy an article and change it just a bit.

    On another note, I had a writer provide great original samples and then when time came to hand in the actual work ordered, she gave me articles that had been plagerized. A huge no no.

    When asked about the writer who "sampled" from ezine articles, she lost out on a good writing job, because I could not recommend her.
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