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"beautiful river Danube. The city Park is also an area"on my site, when copied from my site and pasted into Google gives no results whatsoever (don't try it with the above example; it won't work).
beаutiful rіvеr Dаnubе. Thе Cіty Park іѕ аlsо an аrea
I uploaded one of the articles on my website using CSE HTML Validator.
They were exceptionally cheapBells going off warning warning why is this so cheap. Don't know when we will ever learn good content isn't cheap if it is there's going to be a problem. Sit down write a 500 word article then pay yourself what's it worth. I think we all would change the way we try to buy content from then out out.
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So, you don't see this when you receive the articles from them? You don't see this when copy/pasting them? You don't see the errors when uploading?Correct? The single page I uploaded to my website is still live, and the text appears perfectly to the human eye. However Google does not recognize any words in it, since every word is actually a mix of Western European and Cyrillic characters. Cyrillic is made of unique characters, as well as characters that look exactly like ours. E.g. the letters "M" "o" "c" "b" etc. display the same in Russian and in English, but they actually have a different code. To complicate matters further, the con artist sent me a mix of various cyrillic alphabets, mixed with Wester European.
E.g. the letters "M" "o" "c" "b" etc. display the same in Russian and in English, but they actually have a different code.
Just curious, before I put anything on a html page I paste it into Notepad, thus stripping text of any crazy characters. Wouldn't this work in his instance?
Anyone else care to spill on any other tricks to watch out for?
Publishing any article without going through the source code is a disaster waiting to happen