“Imagine Getting Indexed And Ranking In 2 Minutes Flat By Simply Pasting Someone Else’s Content Onto Your Blog…”
“…While Google Gives The Original Author The ‘Cold Shoulder’…And Opens The Door For You To Profit Wildly From Their Hard Work!”
WordPress Unique Version 2.0 IS HERE And It’s AWESOME…
You think I’m kidding don’t you?
I’m not. And I’ll show you undeniable video proof in a few moments…
Fact is, these are the kind of results I and other “WordPress Unique” owners already expect and assume.
Folks like Kirahster:
…and they were using WordPress Unique Version One…which I whipped together in about a half hour.
(You’re going to be SO happy, Deborah! Killer Kewl has arrived…)
But as it turns out, v1.0 had some serious limitations…so I had no option but to up the ante…
“#6 In Google.
118 Million Competing Sites… In Under 24 Hours!”
Just look at Dave’s results. He set up a blog in less than a hour using nothing but some old PLR content, a freely available theme…
(…oh, and WPUnique)…
Less than 24 hours later, this is Dave’s unsolicited feedback:
Dave is ranking #6 out of 118,000,000 websites for his main keyword…
…within 24 hours!
Let me show you how WPUnique works…
“Watch This Live ‘Experiment’ Right Now!”
“And See How Quickly I Get Indexed & Ranking
In Just A Few Mouse Clicks… Using Someone Else’s Content!”
Did you see that?
But there’s something important you need to know before we go any further…
“Duplicate Content Is A Myth.
But The Google ‘Cold Shoulder’ Is NOT…”
Ever heard of the “Duplicate Content Penalty”?
Here’s the truth: It doesn’t exist (…at least not in the sense that many folks think it does)
If you’re re-using content from another website: THE DUPLICATE CONTENT PENALTY DOES NOT APPLY.
But here’s the thing: if you use someone else’s articles on your blog, you won’t get “penalized” by Google…
You’ll get the ‘cold shoulder’.
At best, your duplicate content will get shoved into the supplemental index.
At worst, Google will ignore you completely.
(I’ll show you why in the next video)…
“Who Gets The Supplemental Index SLAP? The Answer Will Surprise You!”
By now, you might be starting to imagine how you can use “WordPress Unique” to effortlessly take your marketing campaigns to a higher level…
…OR, you might just be cursing me.
“Cursing you, Steve? Why’s that?”
Well…according to John (my Beta-Tester) and Oz (my good friend)…I’ve been a total idiot. A jackass of the highest order. Here’s why:
See, I wanted to show you quite how easily I rank with other people’s content.
I figured the simplest way to show you was to change the title of the original article. It’d give me something to search for, and demonstrate just how well “WordPress Unique” works.
Boy, was I wrong!
Turns out by changing the title, I could of broken the Terms and Conditions of the article site (not good).
As it happens…I checked, and I didn’t…but…
Always check what you can and can’t do, my friend.
John pointed out a BETTER way to prove my rankings.
A much better way…
A foolproof way.
And here it is:
Hey! Google promoted me. How cool is that?
They know the content is the same, but they’re ranking me for it…and they gave the original content the ‘cold shoulder’…
…Shoved him into “Supplemental Index Hell!”
“Why is that? How…?” I hear you ask…
Great question. Let me explain:
Look, if I understood how the Google algorithm worked…well, that’d be the Holy Grail, right? If I knew how the Big G chooses to rank stuff, I’d be sipping Dom Perignon with George Clooney in St.Tropez. Period.
I don’t, no-one does…except folks with an @google.com email address…
All I know is this:
In the tests I (and my customers) have done…pushing original content down to the supplemental index isn’t uncommon.
It doesn’t happen ALL the time (I’d say conservatively half the time)…
Maybe forty percent of the time, both original content and my post remains in the main results (but I end up ranking higher)…
The rest of the time I end up…temporarily…in the supplemental index.
Temporarily? Yep. You heard right. Sometimes, the original content has a ton of backlinks (and therefore “authority”).
On the rare occasions that happens, I “social bookmark” my post on a few sites (the usual ones, Digg etc.)…
…and in a day or two, I’m back…in the “proper” results and out-ranking the original content.
It’s as though getting “WordPress Unique” to wave it’s wand helps me generate content that OUTWEIGHS the original in the SERPS…
That’s the best way I can describe it.
Listen, although I don’t know how Google chooses to rank pages, I WILL say this:
Time after time, using WordPress Unique has allowed my customers and me to outrank so-called duplicate content without thinking.
Copy. Paste. Publish. Done.
Time’s running out, and I’ve only shown you ONE benefit of using “WordPress Unique”!
There’s so much more to show you!
It’s time to give you a CUTTING EDGE…
“Let’s Start With Easy Niche Domination…”
What would it mean to you if you can easily dominate your niche…without the hard work? Without slaving over content creation. Without spending another dime on outsourcing.
Can you imagine yourself setting up multiple “set it and forget it” income streams without the risk of wasting your time, money…or both?
Look, I suck at writing. Bores the heck out of me. Starting a new niche campaign literally gives me a screaming headache…because I know I need solid content.
And that means writing. Depending on the niche, it could mean a ton of writing…
And worse…occasionally all that effort amounts to:
Maybe you’ve been there too.
It happens. Don’t make it any easier to swallow, does it?
So, I jumped on the “autoblogging” gravy train.
I’m sure you’ve heard all about autoblogs. They pull content from around the interwebs, and publish it on your website.
Groovy…except Google is one step ahead. They know where the content came from, and they know it doesn’t belong to YOU. And they’ll cold shoulder you…
Or at least they would, and were…and did, until now…
“Did Someone Just Say Powerful New Benefits?”
Wanna see how I’ve tricked this puppy out?
(Hint: What you’re about to see works just as well with your own content…)
So How Will YOU Use WordPress Unique?
By now, I hope you’re starting to “get” WordPress Unique. Now you can see how it works, how it’s different…and how you’ll use it to dominate niches with barely any effort…
Especially if you use freely available “autoblogging” software…
You’ve seen the powerful benefits already, so it’s time to talk cost…
You might be surprised when you realize what a no-brainer it is…(right now at least)
Here’s the deal:
First up, because I don’t know how competitive your niche is…I can’t guarantee the speed at which you’ll get indexed. But…
I will tell you how I get the Google critters to come crawling quickly:
I “social bookmark” the first 2 or 3 posts on a new blog. I post at least 3 times a week, and I use the XML Sitemap plugin. That’s it!
Goodness, please don’t let anyone tell you getting ranked quickly takes any more than that…it really doesn’t!
OK, here’s what I will guarantee:
You can test WordPress Unique 2.0 for a full 30 days…and if it doesn’t rank your duplicate content without modification…as high as your unique content…
…then simply hit me for a full refund.
No questions asked. No hard feelings.
30 days is plenty of time for you to judge how Google is gonna’ react.
And besides, as you’ve already seen…Wordpress Unique users are already claiming impressive results. You saw that earlier.
You’ve seen the time, energy and cash-saving benefits already.
I reckon those savings are worth at least $97 to you right now. Minimum.
Add to that the potential autopilot profit from your content AND your visitor’s comments…$97 would be an absolute steal.
Recently I have been doing a lot of reading up on article spinning. There have been some requests for it on my job and though I haven’t taken any curiosity got the better of me and I decided to look into what it is all about. Not being as computer savvy as many people in the business I was therefore a little surprised to discover that spinning is taking an article and changing adjectives and sentence structure to make the article appear to be original. Someone who is good at spinning can take an article directly off the net and without adding any new content, can make an almost an entirely new article from the someone elses work.
There are actually two types of spinning. One is manual where you do the exchange of sentence structure and adjectives yourself, line by line paragraph by paragraph. The second is automatic or jet spinning where there is an article already written with choices of adjectives supplied and you simply pick the adjectives you want to use.
Spinning is used to increase your views from different sites. Search engines require than an article have a certain percentage of originally to be picked up by them. So, if you want to publish one article on various sites to increase your views and your income then spinning that article might pay off in terms of better SEO and therefore more views. It can also allow you to publish virtually the same article on two websites that require you to have original content as the article you have spun appears to be original when run through copyscape or other websites that check for plagiarism.
At first, I thought that this could lead to many people virtually using others work and passing it off on their own which I thought was kind of dishonest. However, after taking a couple of my own articles and having a go at spinning them I found that spinning requires a great deal of skill and isn’t as easy as it appears. For people who are not practiced in this art writing an entirely new article is much faster than trying to spin an old one.
However, spinning can be an asset for a writer wanting to get the most mileage out of their own work and so it might be wise for writers to learn to be proficient at this skill. If nothing else it gives you practice in searching out adjectives that can enhance your overall writing.
The most difficult part of spinning an article is making it appear and sound new without changing the original meaning of the article. This can be quite a feat to achieve. While most of us will never use this method on a regular basis, practicing it can help improve various writing skills so it is a handy tool to put in our writing arsenal.