How You Can Post Unique Contents To Your Blog In 5 Mins
This is probably the easiest trick, if you wish to call it that, to get unique contents in the eyes of Google posted on your home business blog in just 5 minutes. Yeah call it my Halloween “trick n treat” candy for you if you will.
In my treat for you, I’m going to show a real live case(ok not live but about 20 hrs delayed) how I published a post on my affiliate marketing blog http://www.ereviewer.net in just 5 minutes and another few more minutes for Google to index it.
1. My Objective
To quickly search for someone else’s published post and republish it as a unique content on my own blog. (Don’t worry it’s all legitimately done)
2.Who will most likely benefit from doing this?
- those who re-publish other blogger’s work either because you like the content or you do this to grow content on your own blog
- those who use PLR articles for their blogs
- autobloggers, content spinners
- those who like free content but have problems indexing such content because such duplicate contents, although you won’t get penalized, often don’t get indexed. Even if they do get indexed it’s usually relegated to Google’s supplementary index and that won’t help in your search engine ranking.
Ok, my demo begins…
1. Go to Google and search for “learn affiliate marketing republish“. I do this because “learn affiliate marketing” is my main keyword phrase for my affiliate marketing blog. I added the word “republish” because I follow good ethics and republish articles only if the author or article directory specifically allows free publications.
I found one article found in an article directory that allows republication:
**for best results, choose a post that has been Google indexed and is quite highly ranked, but I guess you would have figured it out already:-) **
2. Next I copy the whole article text and paste it onto my ‘wp-admin/add new post’. Scroll down to find the ‘wpUnique’ section and under ‘Uniquefy Mode’ put ‘Truly Unique’ and ‘Uniquefy this post’ as ‘Yes’ like this:
Then put in the usual tags, category, snippet etc like you usually do and then hit Publish’. That’s it you’re done! Yeah in less than 5 minutes I might add. (note: you must upload the wpunique plugin before you can see the Uniquefy section on your wp-admin page. Also don’t forget to link a couple of keywords to your money making websites like or home business blog I did)
3. Finally to check that my newly published post has been indexed by Google, I go to site:www.ereviewer.net and after about 2 minutes later found it indexed. Here’s the result (I changed the title for demo purpose but when you do this it’s better to keep the title ‘as is’ to respect the author’s post)
and my republished post url is this: http://www.ereviewer.net/learn-affiliate-marketing-tips
Hey even Google has placed its trust on my republished post as I also received a ‘Google Alert’ email at the same time. The mail just shows that it has been indexed and published and sent to many others who have similarly subscribed to ‘Google Alert’ notification service:
How does WPUnique plugin make a duplicate post unique?
I’ll probably spare you the technical details or you can check more of that from the plugin owner website (Steve Pullman). But essentially this is how it does. It creates unique content from what everyone generally calls it “duplicate content” and this tool merely uses html encoding to cause the search engines to look at your blog post as unique content. This way your republished post gets placed ahead of others using that same content. Steve adds: “all we’re doing is converting the source code from ascii text to legitimate html codes.” Sounds simple!
The thing about Duplicate Content
The topic probably has been debated and argued umpteen times in Internet Marketing forums and other places but let’s add one more to it. You’ve long heard of the “Duplicate Content Penalty”? Here’s what everyone knows after all these discussions: It doesn’t exist
If you’re re-using content that is found on another website: The DUPLICATE CONTENT PENALTY DOES NOT APPLY i.e you won’t get into trouble with Google. You will however get into trouble with the author if he did not expressly given anyone permission the right to use his article. That’s plagiarism (hence my checking for this permission in my demo here)
What will Google do if you used other people’s content
Well if you used and publish duplicate contents, your content will most probably end up in Google’s supplemental index. Yeah call it a Google’s cold shoulder treatment, being online ostracised or anything you want, you wont get much benefit being here. Aaron Wall has this to say about Google’s Supplemental Result:
“Since supplemental results are not trusted much and rarely rank they are not crawled often either. Since they are generally not trusted much and rarely crawled odds are pretty good that links from supplemental pages likely do not pull much – if any – weight in Google. ..”
This wpunique plugin is not free but costs just $37 and the version 2 is just out. I used this plugin because lately I have created many niche blogs and this plugin is taking away some of the hard work that I used to do before -updating blog contents.
Writing the contents manually is still the best if you can afford the time and I have to agree that when you write it yourself you can optimize the post much better. But for niche bloggers like myself, this is the perfect tool that helps me automate some of the work and I feel good knowing that this is as legitimate as it gets and helps me rank too.
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