What's the difference b/n manual and automatic posting in Google eyes?

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What's the difference b/n manual and automatic posting in Google eyes?

And how Google differentiate between the two?
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  • Profile picture of the author halk
    Google is bot, i think if you create many duplicate contents will know your site is spam and will penalize you... but if you create unique contents i think not have much problem... i have one website on autopilot (videos) and it is indexing fine... but take care!
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim3
    Originally Posted by seo2ever View Post

    Hello
    What's the difference b/n manual and automatic posting in Google eyes?
    And how Google differentiate between the two?
    If you are automatically posting your own unique content you have nothing to worry about.

    If you mean autoblogging using the following then you better be very careful...


    Text translated by an automated tool without human review or curation before publishing
    Text generated through automated processes, such as Markov chains
    Text generated using automated synonymizing or obfuscation techniques
    Text generated from scraping Atom/RSS feeds or search results
    Stitching or combining content from different web pages without adding sufficient value
    They know the techniques, therefore they must know what and how to look for such content, that is just thin, dupe or trash, hence the demise of autoblogs for those who never took care to do it the right way.
    One big footprint would be an active scraper plug-in, i.e. wp robot
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    • Profile picture of the author seo2ever
      Originally Posted by Tim3 View Post

      If you are automatically posting your own unique content you have nothing to worry about.

      If you mean autoblogging using the following then you better be very careful...


      Text translated by an automated tool without human review or curation before publishing
      Text generated through automated processes, such as Markov chains
      Text generated using automated synonymizing or obfuscation techniques
      Text generated from scraping Atom/RSS feeds or search results
      Stitching or combining content from different web pages without adding sufficient value
      They know the techniques, therefore they must know what and how to look for such content, that is just thin, dupe or trash, hence the demise of autoblogs for those who never took care to do it the right way.
      One big footprint would be an active scraper plug-in, i.e. wp robot
      Thanks Tim3.

      What if it's my unique content and I automatically posted it on other sites for backlinks. Does this violates Google TOS?
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      • Profile picture of the author Tim3
        Originally Posted by seo2ever View Post

        Thanks Tim3.

        What if it's my unique content and I automatically posted it on other sites for backlinks. Does this violates Google TOS?

        What you are describing there is syndicated content, and whether it is posted manually or automatically makes no difference. The web is full of it.

        Just be aware your own website may not rank at all for your own content if you syndicate it, if you are fine with that then that's okay.

        Good content syndicated on good sites can bring you targeted traffic, and a link or two, just make sure the links are not no-follow or they will be useless for SEO.

        If you are posting the same thing on your own sites just for a link, that's a different matter entirely, if those sites can be traced to you, and if the content can be traced to the source, (you again) then you are asking for trouble imo.

        Built like that, what you have is a PBN, and nobody with even half a brain, with one of those would ever use the same content on multiple sites, it leaves a footprint your granny could follow, and will put your site on the road to de-indexville.
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        • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
          It does not matter what kind of content you are posting. Google cannot tell the difference between manually posted content and autoposted content.
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      • Profile picture of the author ollif
        Originally Posted by seo2ever View Post

        Thanks Tim3.

        What if it's my unique content and I automatically posted it on other sites for backlinks. Does this violates Google TOS?
        No, it doesn't. But it may happen that other sites will rank better due to your content on kws targeted in distributed articles then your own site. Nevertheless, at least you get traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    As Tim3 mentioned, Google doesn't even bother about whether it's 'automated' posting or 'manual' posting. Hence if you wish to schedule your posts/pages, just do it.

    What Google cares about is the content that is actually being posted --> you want this to be original. This is absolutely important if you want long-term, sustainable top rankings in terms of SERPs.

    Always ask yourself this question if you're in doubt. "What is Google trying to achieve for its users and how can it best achieve that?" --> Google wants to provide the most relevant information to whatever its users are searching for - PERIOD. That's all. Everything is based on that one single principle. If you provide exactly what users are looking for, there's nothing to be worried about for SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author st0nec0ld
    As long as you are posting unique and quality content, it doesn't matter.
    Google doesn't want duplicate content, they considered it as spam and when we say spam it means unnecessary.
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  • Profile picture of the author TeKn1qu3z
    Automatic can create posts anywhere like in this forum posting in wrong section, but if you are doing manually you will post in the right section forum.

    Using automatic tools will be easy to do but risk also.
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  • Profile picture of the author webdevpro
    If you can control what, where and when to post then no matter if you post through manual or automated process but blindly posting without review/care can be harmful in either way.

    In general if you check some automated posts (do some experiments) then you may find some sentences that make no or little sense and you can easily judge an automated post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slade556
    As long as you create your own content and write it naturally, then you should have nothing to worry about.
    Automated content can harm you in many cases. For instance, if you use an article spinning software, chances are your articles will make no sense. And that could hurt your website... However, if you proof read them before you publish them, then nothing bad is going to happen!
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    • Profile picture of the author seo2ever
      Originally Posted by Slade556 View Post

      As long as you create your own content and write it naturally, then you should have nothing to worry about.
      Automated content can harm you in many cases. For instance, if you use an article spinning software, chances are your articles will make no sense. And that could hurt your website... However, if you proof read them before you publish them, then nothing bad is going to happen!
      Thank You.

      The content is readable and unique. If I published it automatically, Does this violates Google TOS?
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