Outsourcing content without even checking it can spell disaster for your business. Below is a perfect example.
I just finished writing a product review for a crappy product, (200 Cash Hack), yea, they’re hacks alright, but that is not the purpose here, so on to the example.
After writing and posting the article, I decided to do a Google search to see if anyone else has written the truth about this product yet.
On the first page of Google, I came across this article;
|$200 Cash Hack This amazing system will reveal exactly what you need to do straighten your bow legs or knock knees without the need for invasive and dangerous surgery the book that provide you with real solution to this problem.
What Is Exactly Bow Legs No More? $200 Cash Hack Bow Legs No More is a comprehensive step-by-step program is easy to follow, regardless of experience, age or gender. Used by thousands throughout the world with dramatic results,Could that be your quality content outsourcing nightmare?For starters, this program name is wrong, the $ sign is not included in the title, but that is the least of the problems with this article.That article is about bow legs, and knock knees; at first I am thinking that is intentional, but after clicking the links, it is really about the program I just finished writing about.Here’s what most likely happened. Someone took an original article from the program and ran it through an article spinner. Being that they are not a native English speaker, they had no idea the article was just wrong.Judging by the website, because that is the whole review article. There are more tags and links than content. This person has no clue as to what he/she is doing. If they did it themselves, or paid someone, it was a waste. Notice the comma at the end? Yes, that is really the end of the article.
Here’s the kicker’ this article made front page of Google. So much for Google’s “improved user experience” efforts that have been a burden to us honest bloggers. I have mentioned this before in some of my videos, and Google is being manipulated.
Avoid “quality content outsourcing” scams by hiring a real professional for content creation and SEO. Although these people make the first page of Google through manipulation or accident, they do not stay there long.
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