Spun Article To 2000 Directoris? - Google Don't Like That!

by Tony Dean 6 replies
Google has long been discounting 'profiles' in blogs -even if they can find them- now they are discounting 'spun' articles yet we find Warrior writers offering to 'spin' ONE article to 2000 sites for 'backlink juice'!

Guys, ALL articles have to be UNIQUE for Google to take any notice of them, why do you think that Google takes more notice of NEWS and indexes it within MINUTES - because it is unique!!
#search engine optimization #article #directoris #google #spun
  • Profile picture of the author derrickp
    Um No... spun stuff if done right indexes. I personally don't use it but a few people in my network of friends do and it is working like it always has.
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  • Profile picture of the author theemperor
    Yes I can see no logical reason why a spun article (or even unspin i.e. copy and pasted as-is) would reduce the backlink juice?
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  • Profile picture of the author liedson45
    Tony, your statement is quite blind, 'spun article' can have very broad meaning. I can potentially spin an article such, that it will be even more original than a new original article.
    But I would agree that your statement is correct for lightly spun articles, indeed, no much link juice currently.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn Leader
    Originally Posted by Tony Dean View Post

    Google has long been discounting 'profiles' in blogs -even if they can find them- now they are discounting 'spun' articles yet we find Warrior writers offering to 'spin' ONE article to 2000 sites for 'backlink juice'!

    Guys, ALL articles have to be UNIQUE for Google to take any notice of them, why do you think that Google takes more notice of NEWS and indexes it within MINUTES - because it is unique!!
    Done correctly, spun articles not only work, but actually add value. Over the
    years I've provided high quality content on hundreds if not thousands of
    underserved keywords that nobody else had bothered with. This is one of
    the many underlying concepts that I exploit in my Auto Blog Content Factory.

    In addition to this, a lot of news items are not unique at all, and still rank
    well. News items are sent out by big corporations, and re-posted by smaller
    news agencies, and they still rank well. The so-called duplicate content penalty
    is a myth, as I've proved numerous times in this very forum. One of the primary
    reason that Google indexes news stories fast is that these are bang upto date,
    and Google want's to serve that, and that most news sites are in a constant state
    of being updated, again, Google like that.

    Glenn
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  • Profile picture of the author ecoverbee20
    As long as the articles are spun right google indexes them. I usually spin the paragraph 3 times and then depending on what where I'm submitting it I will also spin the words and sentances.

    All the articles I spin read very well but does take time producing them.

    They way I see it is hard work will pay off

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    andy
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  • Profile picture of the author JackPowers
    Seriously, do you have any evidence or just indication of this? I don't see the problem with spun articles or even mass submitted articles that are not spun. It's perfectly natural to want to syndicate your content, everyone does it. I bet you wouldn't be able to tell my spun articles from a unique one. Ezinearticle accepts them readily. What Google probably does not like is crappy articles that read like a 5 year old wrote them. I do hope Google figures out a way to discount articles with lots of spelling, syntax and grammar erros
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