Software that spins articles made up of unoriginal content is a violation of policy. Just FYI.
Spun content has not really worked for a long time anyway. I have tested this intensively using several main stream spinners and my results have always been simply - no traffic, - no quality - no rankings - useless backlinks.
Plenty of people will praise article spinners... but they are usually the people trying to sell them to you.
Is Google sending this info to bloggers? Cos I haven't received an email.
It just goes to show that as long as you write quality, engaging articles, you'll never ever have anything to fear from google.
by Eugene Brennan 2 days ago
So Google notified me that I have I have a violation on a page that serves ads. It turns out that it's my article about eczema. I'm guessing the "shocking content" is photos of skin with rashes which are pretty much essential to enlighten readers on how the condition manifests itself. I'm...
by Ronald E Franklin 7 months ago
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by Katherine Tyrrell 19 months ago
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by And Drewson 7 years ago
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by Tony Lawrence 7 years ago
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by Vinita Amrit 5 years ago
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