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Asad1

for example i have blog about technology news and i get updates from various websites. and i post them in my blog as it is same like copy & paste. what will happen. may my google adsense account be banned? or any bad affect to blog.?


rvalkass

i post them in my blog as it is same like copy & paste. what will happen


The owners of those posts could sue you for infringement of copyright. If you are copy and pasting posts from elsewhere and passing them off as your own then that is technically illegal. It also won't do any good to your search engine rankings; most search engines heavily penalise sites for copied content. You would be much better off providing links to the original articles, then providing your own comments on them. This means that search engines will see your original content, along with lots of linking around the web, which is good for rankings too. Improving your rankings means more visitors, and therefore more ad revenue.

rpgsearcherz

The owners of those posts could sue you for infringement of copyright. If you are copy and pasting posts from elsewhere and passing them off as your own then that is technically illegal. It also won't do any good to your search engine rankings; most search engines heavily penalise sites for copied content. You would be much better off providing links to the original articles, then providing your own comments on them. This means that search engines will see your original content, along with lots of linking around the web, which is good for rankings too. Improving your rankings means more visitors, and therefore more ad revenue.


This is true.

Also, if you do want to quote things just quote very small sections and ensure they are *in quotes*. This will help show that you are not the original author (as a writer I personally get very angry about people who take others' work without giving them proper credit).

networker

You know,there are some article submission websites where any of the submitted articles
are allowed to copied and pasted into other websites. I don't remember the names of any of these websites, but if you enter "article submission websites" into google,
then you can find some of them. Just use the most viewed articles on whatever
subject you desire.












This is true.
Also, if you do want to quote things just quote very small sections and ensure they are *in quotes*. This will help show that you are not the original author (as a writer I personally get very angry about people who take others' work without giving them proper credit).



anwiii

actually, google and other search engines do not highly penalize for copied content. if this was true, then nobody would be using rss feeds. in fact, sometimes you can rank higher in the search engines than the copied article itself. also, just because you have copied content on your website does not mean you can get sued for copyright infringement. there are a lot of article directories that allow you to copy and paste as long as you copy the whole article including the author and the authors website. copying these articles and pasting them on blogs have been a good way to make extra income. if you can get 26 articles on 50 or so niches with 50 or so blogs, you have enough articles to last a year for each blog niche.so to answer the original question, NO! your adsense account will not get banned for copied content. it is perfectly legal and you aren't trying to fool the search engines which means this technique is not considered black hat. i would suggest though that you take articles and rewrite them specifically for the keywords you are trying to target for. there are actually programs out there now that can rewrite articles for you. if you can't rank high for keywords, then google adsense wont be worth much. anyone who thinks copied content is not good practice for the search engines, please give me a reference to where you are hearing this information. there is a lot of misinformation out there and these seems to be the case with copied content which has been rumored for 3 years now but i haven't personally seen any signs that these rumors are completely true.


magnafrost

actually, google and other search engines do not highly penalize for copied content. if this was true, then nobody would be using rss feeds.



Anwii.. How exactly does RSS feeds come into the picture? We're talking about stuff that google search crawler sees. And feeds are meant to be seen by people and not search engines. But yes, I agree with you that search engines probably don't penalise. What I think is likely is that if you have the same content, the value for it is split. This could be a problem if your content is copied by someone else, but it won't affect you negatively.

tinoymalayil

The problem occurs whenever we copy and paste the exact content.The post must be our experiances.It may have some similarities with other contents.Whatever contents that coming from our experiances won't be an illegal


anwiii

Anwii.. How exactly does RSS feeds come into the picture? We're talking about stuff that google search crawler sees. And feeds are meant to be seen by people and not search engines.

absolutely and positively WRONG. in fact, rss feeds posted on a website can boost search engine rankings for certain keywords. for example. i will quote what the search engine spiders see as my text in my website here....the 2 rss feed parts are grabbed by my news reader and conver

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so now if you notice at the beginning of the text and at the end of the text(where you can see the dates). those two parts are from my rss feeds from my forum and my blog. you have to remember. an rss feed us usually in xml. when you actually grab information from a feed, it's not in xml anymore. it converts to plain text. this is the sole reason why search engine will not penalize for duplicate content. if they did, then nobody would be using rss feeds because the whole point of rss feeds is to share content. so this is a little beginners lesson on seo for people who think duplicate content is penalized.

this is not to say though that duplicate content will not be penalized if you use any black hat techniques like creating 200 web pages with the same content while linking all 200 pages in to one web ring with the same ip(using subdomains, directories, or 200 domains on one server). the search engines catch on to tactics like this so i am talking about WHITE HAT only.

so this is exactly how rss feeds come in the picture, magnafrost because rss feeds supply duplicate content that can be posted on any website and the search engine spiders DO SEE this content as well as the visitors since it's all plain text. i mean, you can get 1,000 websites promoting one feed. how is that for duplicate content? do you think people would post feeds on their site if duplicate content was penalized? i don't think so haha

magnafrost

absolutely and positively WRONG. in fact, rss feeds posted on a website can boost search engine rankings for certain keywords. for example. i will quote what the search engine spiders see as my text in my website here....the 2 rss feed parts are grabbed by my news reader and conver


so now if you notice at the beginning of the text and at the end of the text(where you can see the dates). those two parts are from my rss feeds from my forum and my blog. you have to remember. an rss feed us usually in xml. when you actually grab information from a feed, it's not in xml anymore. it converts to plain text. this is the sole reason why search engine will not penalize for duplicate content. if they did, then nobody would be using rss feeds because the whole point of rss feeds is to share content. so this is a little beginners lesson on seo for people who think duplicate content is penalized.

this is not to say though that duplicate content will not be penalized if you use any black hat techniques like creating 200 web pages with the same content while linking all 200 pages in to one web ring with the same ip(using subdomains, directories, or 200 domains on one server). the search engines catch on to tactics like this so i am talking about WHITE HAT only.

so this is exactly how rss feeds come in the picture, magnafrost because rss feeds supply duplicate content that can be posted on any website and the search engine spiders DO SEE this content as well as the visitors since it's all plain text. i mean, you can get 1,000 websites promoting one feed. how is that for duplicate content? do you think people would post feeds on their site if duplicate content was penalized? i don't think so haha



But don't you think the crawlers are smart enough to differentiate between XML a.k.a Feeds, and normal posts ? If it wasn't penalized, tell me why I can't simply copy paste stuff from all the blogs around the world to mine. My blog will be the most informative one on the planet!

anwiii

listen. have you ever posted a feed on your website? if not, then stop talking because you don't know what you are talking about. when you post a feed on your website, it is NOT in xml format. it is in plain text. i gave you an example already what spiders pick up in my last post or have you forgotten? also, this whole thing is off topic. if you need some lessons in seo, i will be glad to help you if you start a new topic on it. lets get back to what the topic was about and lets try from now on to give information on what you actually know.as far as copying content from other sites, it's illegal. that's why you can't do it. don't even think about it! but lets say you did. in most cases google or the other se's would not penalize you. in MOST cases. not all. like i said before. copied content can actually be better for seo on your site than the original site. i am not making this up and i can't help it if people are believing the wrong information about seo. in fact, there is A LOT of b.s. information out there that other people want people to believe so they wont be their competition. the only true way to know what works and what doesn't is to test things out yourself.lastly, if nobody believes me about copied content, i will bet anyone i can rank higher for any keywords that come from copied content compared to a blog or website that has original content. this bet is open to anyone. i will put my money where my mouth is. the two sites would have to be started at the same time and the rankings would be checked after a year for the most accurate position rankings for certain keywords. but nobody will take me up on it. you know why? the only people who would even consider it are those who know seo.....but the 1/2% of webmasters that actually know seo would know better.


rpgsearcherz

Anwii is right about the RSS feeds and how they work, but only if you use them in the same method as him.For example, you can use a CMS to pull in RSS feeds and convert them into articles (I am assuming that's what his is doing). But you can also do direct feeds, without copying any information (which is the preferred way).Both "work" but the latter is much more efficient.


Bikerman

Searching for plagiarism is quite an involved thing. I use a professional service for my essay checking and it works pretty well.I agree about RSS - I use RSS feeds on my own site for the headlines and science latest news. Entirely legitimate to do and gives the user the latest headlines from the BBC and the latest tech/IT news from wherever (I tend to use science daily for the science feeds). I keep a 7 day 'live' copy of the RSS articles which is user searchable (my site is in Joomla so I have a little bit of code that converts the RSS feed into a Joomla article, sets the expiry date and stores it according to feed - I use feedBingo now which suits my needs). After 7 days the articles are archived and kept for a further 3 weeks. Finally the headline and url is stripped and saved in a database and the rest of the article deleted.The only thing you need to do is make sure you leave the credits in for whatever site you take the feed from - apart from that it is legal, totally legitimate and will not annoy visitors like me who HATE plagiarism.If you are determined to plagiarise other sites then frankly you deserve everything that could, and I trust will, happen to you. A letter from a major firm of solicitors can often have a remarkable effect on your day, especially when it names a 5 figure fee and a court date for breaching the Copyright Designs and Patents Act (1988). Maximum penalty - 6 months prison and/or unlimited fine for a section 1 breach (the sort of thing you are doing). Up to 10 years and unlimited fine for a section 2 breach (where the criminal sets up in business copying for profit).It is sheer dishonesty to claim others hard work as your own or use it without acknowledgement and permission to appear to be an authority. People spend hours preparing well written and researched materials, only for some little toe-rag to rip it off and display it on his own site as if he had written it.BAH!


Liquidized

This is true.

 

Also, if you do want to quote things just quote very small sections and ensure they are *in quotes*. This will help show that you are not the original author (as a writer I personally get very angry about people who take others' work without giving them proper credit).

 

True, however, alot of people just copy and paste [in fact, wordpress has a plugin to steal feeds] and they submit it to google adsense or some affiliate program. I know 8 sites right now that have been doing this since 2006 that're still up and running. It's a shame google and afflitate sites can't catch what's going on. However, there is things such as JoyStiq in which you rephrase or reword and give source links. That'd be not stealing, just rewriting and rebroadcasting which is kind of gay but if you get all the news together, people would be more than happy to view your site.


daavis

please how can i get sites to write articles to


Harlot

Copying articles from the website of others is called Black Seoing, and is used by a lot of people to create content based websites and generate advertisement revenue. Google usually bans domain who use black seo methods. It is unlikely that the author of stolen articles will file a lawsuit, as it wouldn't be financially worth it unless it is a big corperation such as CNN or Fox who want to send a message to others who could potentially steal their contents. However, it is highly unlikely that you will be sued for stealing contents. I would highly advise against stealing contents however, and even if you do, it would be at least a little morally sound to not claim it as your own, and post a link back to the site that it originated from.


inea

please how can i get sites to write articles to

Like do you mean a website that pays you to post? Google for postforpay, maybe. If you want to get your own website to write articles you can get a website from the webhost attached to this forum. Or you can use 1 of the free weblog websites that offer space for blogs.

mahesh2k

please how can i get sites to write articles to

You can write at constant content, xomba, snipsly and many other writers site. I found theinfomine.com site beneficial to post my articles. There is nofollow tag on their articles but if you use it to generate the traffic then there is no issue with that. You will be possibly able to fetch a lot of traffic. Plus they allow adsense revenue sharing so expect some good results. Xomba is also one such site that can give you good results. Snipsly allows small snippet of 100 words on articles and you can even earn 80% adsense revenue from that site. Worth joining such revenue share in my opinion.

inea

It is more easy to visit those sites when the links to those sites are put in the post.


christinejoseph

I have very short Idea on this topic, While copying content from other blogs, article and website you must be give their site like at the last of post so Google can find that it has relation to that site. You can also modify copied content to make it original, it would also help to target your relevent keywords.



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