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What is the preferred Content Uniqueness level in % ?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by sajid_buriro, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. sajid_buriro

    sajid_buriro Regular Member

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    I am using WordAi website for spinning the content, my website is full of copyright stuff; games, movies and softwares. I didn't wanted to copy and paste the contents of other websites/wiki, but also didn't want to rewrite manually that will take alot of time. Since i care a little bit more about content uniqueness so i am using content spinner, so what level of uniqueness will save me from Big G? (40-60%, 60-80%, 80-100%)

    Also tell me some tips on making content more unique without writing manually, but keep 1 thing in mind that i am writing content for a website which is full of copyright stuff and not for a high PR blog network.. :D:D

    EDIT: Also tell me how to check if spinned content is still labeled as "Duplicate" (No Copyscape, want free service)
     
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  2. nabeelt

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    Use copyscape to check how much content is unique. If it finds it somewhere else, it'll give you references. Once you see the highlighted text in referred links you can go and change that particular part of content.

    There's no as such % of uniqueness but it must give an impression that it is unique. However, i would still recommend to write it from scratch and make it 100% unique.
     
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  3. sajid_buriro

    sajid_buriro Regular Member

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    That's the tough part. I would go for it if i was running a real quality website.. :D

     
  4. Beingakrant

    Beingakrant BANNED BANNED

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    If you want to earn money through your website,, then you would have to invest something on it else it'd be difficult to expect returns. Just my 2 cents.

    Cheers :)
     
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  5. artificial_genius

    artificial_genius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    For WordAi, 60-65% is usually enough to pass Copyscape, which is very close to the algorithm Google uses.
     
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    raybenz1984 Newbie

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    I think you can use Copy Scape premier to check that orignality of your content and you should add some useful content on your site to get some traffic.
     
  7. steelballs

    steelballs BANNED BANNED

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    I slogged and slogged writing and posting ORIGINAL & UNIQUE content for over two years on one site and believe me it was hard work, the site maxed out at making $160 - $170USD a day, now another 3 years on it still makes bank...

    You get out of a business and/or website commensurate with the amount of time and work you commit to developing....

    It is not rocket science but if you cut corners and make short cuts to getting there, then do not be surprised if revenue does not meet your expectations!
     
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    Bro, I know you said you don't care about content uniqueness, but your real human readers and Google does. :)

    People can smell spun content 20 miles away.. What the public wants is content that they can understand and get them excited. Interesting articles that will make them stay on your website and come back for more.

    Always go for unique content, it will pay off eventually, like what steelballs have mentioned. :)
     
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  9. sajid_buriro

    sajid_buriro Regular Member

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    Lol, have invested alot but not on content, i'll think about it, thanks :)

    Now that's what i really wanted to hear from someone, the actual answer to my question. Thanks buddy! :)


    That's cool man! you know what, i've wasted alot of my time in building shortcuts and then going on it, in the end i found out if i had invested my only 50% of time on those long but effective methods then i would be much more Happy :D

    You are right bro, but in general sense, if you read my thread again, then it indicates that my visitors really don't care about the content, it's only google who does. My visitors only want 'download links' to the content and that's all. I was only doing this for Google. I'll take care about the content. Will try.. Thanks everyone :)