Using GSA SER/Captcha Breaker Spinning Articles

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So I made a post yesterday regarding how long it takes to see a change in Search Engine Rankings and I had a lot of people that seemed pretty negative regarding the usage of "BlackHat" programs and spinning articles so I wanted to spend the time to clarify what I said and go a bit more in depth.

GSA Search Engine ranker simply posts backlinks on sites that meet the filters that you set in GSA it auto registers on the websites and solves captchas for you and post on your behalf. I HANDSPIN arictles to implement into GSA so that when it posts backlinks to my site it also makes a post on the website that looks COMPLETLY human like. I would never spin content on my own site, but for the sake of backlink building individially going to each site, seeing it's content and submitting backlinks is VERY time consuming and time is money and I don't see the worth in not using a program for the sake of backlink building.

So my question to anyone out there that has the proper knowledge on how to properly utize programs like this is it still worth using these if done correctly? I understand that google has the ability to see if a bot is posting backlinks for you, but if you know how to properly spin articles by hand to be used in GSA it looks entirely human like.

I feel like truly understanding how to utlize programs like GSA and knowing how to PROPERLY handspin articles is something that seperates a succesful blog from just another mediocre blog. Once again I NEVER SPIN content on my website!
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesfreddyc
    I understand that google has the ability to see if a bot is posting backlinks for you, but if you know how to properly spin articles by hand to be used in GSA it looks entirely human like.
    I don't see the point in attempting to outsmart a company with literally unlimited resources at their disposal they can deploy at any time to thwart your entire strategy to rank. From what I've seen and understand, it's a losing proposition --- so it just made sense to invest in seemingly better methods designed to get results that last.
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    • Profile picture of the author mkersen
      What technique do you recommend? I'm open to suggestions.
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      • Profile picture of the author jamesfreddyc
        Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

        What technique do you recommend? I'm open to suggestions.
        I've found these to be good items to figure out to do properly and implement them well:

        Keyword research
        Competition research
        Content creation with appropriate keyword density
        Website internal linking structure
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  • Profile picture of the author deekay
    If you post content keeping in mind users perspective, then no body in this world is going against you. At the end of day what google wants is happy user experience. If you give, what users wants then any method to accomplish that is OK.
    There is no business in dealing with scripts or programs, unless real human beings are involved. Google itself is a software or programs designed for making people life easy for search.
    Tools are just as good or bad, as in users hand. If you use it in good way, then you get good results. If you use it for spamming or any misconduct then who is responsible....
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

    I would never spin content on my own site
    Then why put it on someone else's?

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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Originally Posted by mkersen View Post

    So my question to anyone out there that has the proper knowledge on how to properly utize programs like this is it still worth using these if done correctly? I understand that google has the ability to see if a bot is posting backlinks for you, but if you know how to properly spin articles by hand to be used in GSA it looks entirely human like.
    Very much depends on what you mean by the latter part, but Google can't directly see if you're using automation to post your articles. How would they? It's not like the websites usually disclose your browser fingerprints or IP addresses.

    They could detect that you've got a ton of very similar articles linking to you. They could have categorized many of those sites as "free to post" style sites. Many people claim that also getting such links very quickly would be a problem, but I'm not sure of that.

    I asked this in the previous thread, but can you describe the links on a general level? Are they nofollow? Do you (usually) get a new individual page that has your link?

    You can just ignore the "blackhat bad" crowd. There's quite a lot of people who take unfounded pride in doing something stupid and time-consuming. It's not an argument for either side. I'm not endorsing or using this kind of approach myself, but it's clear that some people execute it successfully.
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