Theme: We only love authors who send in original content.
Boy, if we wrote a book about every excuse that lame authors send in when they get busted for sending in non-original works… we’d have a book that no one would want to read (except for the humor that comes from the absurdity).
First, we’d hear that their ‘darn’ ghostwriter must have sent them garbage…as if they weren’t responsible for the integrity of the articles that they send in under THEIR NAME.
Next, we’d hear that their daughter wrote the articles in order to earn some college money. I didn’t have any idea she was stealing content to create the articles. Duh! Don’t be a lame parent and blame your incompetence on your daughter as it was you that didn’t train her properly.
Some come right out and say, “blame it on neophyte exuberance” as if this makes their sins ok in some odd twisted way. “I didn’t know it was wrong to send in non-original content” Geez, how lame can you be?
Important Lesson For Newbies To Article Marketing: You have not earned the right to hire anyone to write your articles for you if you don’t have the competence to know the difference between original content vs. abuse of fair use doctrine or content theft.
Over 320 authors lost their account earlier this week as we tightened up our quality standards to weed out authors who sent in articles that we could not determine without a shadow of a doubt that their content was original. Greater majority of these authors had already been trapped before their articles made it to our live site, so we’re really just doing house cleaning and dumping the trash.
Best way to keep your account is to send in ONLY original content that you personally wrote. :) …I’m not “KIDing”… get it? That’s a Goat reference.