There are a few very popular writing gigs, which ex. offer 10 articles for $5.
People are craving for these articles, in the belief that the gig seller wrote them him/herself, and that they are 100% unique.
HERE IS THE TRUTH!!
The gig seller let you know that the articles are “encoded”, but they don’t tell you:
- All articles are taken or stolen from other websites.
- 100% PLAGIARISM, plain and simple!
Still the articles pass copyscape because they are “encoded”. But don’t get fooled by this. Google can and will be able to see this when you post the encoded articles on your site.
Before you can count to 5, you risk that your site will get penalized by Google for spam content! (Been there done that)
If you want to read more about encoded content and why it’s so bad, you can read more in the link below.
On this site, they even show you a ‘bot’ for creating your own encoded articles with a click of a button. So If you want to earn quick and easy money on Fiverr, and don’t mind cheating and lying to people (don’t worry, Fiverr will NOT take any actions against you, they simply don’t care) you can post a gig offering encoded articles.
HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS:
- Create a new Fiverr gig like this ex.:
(Notice! The seller is not lying, but is also not telling the truth. Pretty clever written gig description. From the feedback you can although read, people have no idea what they are buying. If you want to find other gigs like this, just write ex. ‘encoded articles’ in the Fiverr search box)
- Go to ex. ezinearticles.com and enter the desired niche/keyword in the search box.
- Choose desired articles and copy/paste them into the bot. (contentboss.com/pass-copyscape.php)
- Use the bot to encode them with a click of a button, and copy/paste the new encoded articles into a text file.
- Deliver the text file to customer. Voila - Happy customer!
My problem is not the gig sellers offering encoded articles, but that they don’t tell the truth, and how much damage these articles can do to your website rankings in Google.