laranita’s free content source: used by spammers?

I was asked by a ‘comment’ on this blog (not approved, eh?) to google the first four words of the title above. When I do, I find this page, in which you will find several things of interest.

For example, the very first sentence, which reads:

WordAI rewrites articles like human does, this is revolution in content creation.

there are two, perhaps three, grammatical errors. I would rewrite this as:

WordAI rewrites articles as a human does; this is a revolution in content creation.

The site intends to allow you to copy articles, and rewrite them for you, such that Google does not recognize them but is impressed by ‘your’ content. See this quote:

That enhanced AI helps WordAi rewrite text and to instantly spin entire phrases and even articles, guaranteeing Google cannot discover your site content whereas staying totally readable!

This would be funny if it weren’t such a pain in the backside. I get far too many ‘rewritten texts’ with about this level of English smoothness, grammar, and accuracy.

So, a warning for all you spammers of blogs. We will report you to your providers. We will expose you on our blogs.

In short, go somewhere else. You are not welcome here.

17 thoughts on “laranita’s free content source: used by spammers?

  1. Thank you for posting your experience with laranita’s pathetic attempt ! I am so over these scammers! How do you ” report them to their providers?” … I am so ready to eradicate them all! 🙂

    • If you google these three ‘searches’ into internet providers
      apnic whois
      arin whois
      lacnic whois
      you will find your way to sites that convert IP addresses to user blocks. Generally you will find an abuse eMail there. Send that eMail a description of your complaint, including the offending IP address. WordPress tells me the IP address for every attempted comment on my site, so it should to that for yours.
      Good luck, and keep the faith.
      Jim Bennett

      • In response to the many who posted re laranita’s free content source and spam reporting, thanks for your interest. Many of the posts echoed similar thoughts, so I have only included a sample here. If yours does not appear, one like it should be here somewhwere.

    • You can always make hot-link from your website to any other webpage. Nobody can stop you from doing this.
      You can copy content from a website, but you should be careful to include credit to the originator. (Large copying of copyrighted material will of course get you into trouble.) On my website, I have generally made stuff publicly available – one exception: my poetry Samples where I note that I ‘retained copyright’.
      So, yes, you can copy this information. A hotlink to my site would be appreciated.
      Jim Bennett

  2. Hi Jim, I fully agree with you.

    I was doing the same search because of a comment made on my wife’s blog and luckily for me, your blog post appeared below the Laranita’s webpage and I chose to read yours first.

    I don’t know what these spammers expect to gain by continuing this practice, but I guess there are enough newbies who would fall for that. I hope more bloggers would do what you just did.

    Regards,
    Kenneth

  3. Hello, Jim!

    Thanks for the tip on this.
    I just received an email, regarding some rambling thing I did back in April of 2012.
    The email states: ‘I read a lot of interesting content here. Probably you spend a lot of time writing, i know how to save you a lot of time, there is an online tool that creates high quality,google friendly articles in minutes, just search in google -laranitas free content source (.)
    More information about Jacquetta
    IP: 125.24.78.106, node-fhm.pool-125-24.dynamic.totbb.net
    E-mail: renate_lapham@gmail.com
    URL: http://Adriana.wikispaces.com
    Whois: http://whois.arin.net/rest/ip/125.24.78.106

    That is how I found your fine piece, here.
    So I appreciate the tip.
    There’s no way of knowing how many people have read your piece here, but it’s pretty important.
    Thanks, and Best to You!

    Scott MacKenzie

  4. I got the same comment from someone named Laranita – marked as spam then googled it and found your post, seems a lot of people have done the same because it came up right away! Thanks for the heads up.

  5. Wooie. The very first example on their video (I will thank him if he gives me food–changed by Laranitas to If he gives food to me, he will be thanked by me.) is so poor I don’t see how they can expect to get business from this. The original is more succinct, written in active voice. Their example puts you to sleep. Thanks for exposing.

  6. Add me to the list of people who have had this comment on their site. I’m glad I saw this first! Also, I’m happy that Akismet is working well on my blog!

    John

  7. I wish to add my thanks to Jim, too, for creating this easy-to-understand page.

    I am not a newbie, and thus I know all about article spinning (how it was very briefly the darling of content creators and how it’s now seen as the work of the devil! lol), but I was curious to see who would think that blog spamming would actually work.

    Didn’t check out said offending site, but did come to this page, to read Jim’s wise words.

    Thank you, sir, thank you!
    Steve

  8. Hey Jim,

    What I find funny, is that so many of us were curious as to the content to be found on “laranitas.” Myself, like so many others it seems, decided to click on your link first. Kudos to you Jim, for being able to gain great exposure and top 3, first page Google Rankings on someone else’s scam!

    These people are bottom feeders and it’s crazy that with all the advanced SPAM filters that I’m sure we all have on our sites, that these things still get through.

    Thanks for the info.

    Cheers,

    Janelle Watkins

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