Quadrille - 7:23 pm on Dec 2, 2011 (gmt 0)
Very few 'content writers' actually write anything, and never have.
They rewrite, plagiarise, copy, and bowdlerize, and always have.
Let's face it, no-one, not even a poor student, could afford to supply quality text at the so-called market rate.
But I have to say, shouldn't you have at least checked the code before you FTP'd it?
If nothing else, you can expect a ton of spamlinks hidden in most 'articles'.
Added to which, Google's ability to spot a duplicate at 25,000 miles has improved much - hence the recent wailing and gnashing of teeth as 2m spammers and 10 innocents got wiped out.
Dunno about Bing, but they must be pretty down on duplicates by now, surely?