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100% unique content ... really?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Sartanion, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. Sartanion

    Sartanion Registered Member

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    Hey, I just wanted ask experienced members, 100% unique content does not exist, right?

    In that condition, google will analyze some words, writen next to each other (let's say 14 words = 2 sentences), there is high chance, that even when you wrote by yourself (no spin), the article wont be unique, because english has limited variety of phrases, that you can use, so somebody already used that sentence before you, right?

    (I realized that, when I was checking my articles at plagiatorism checker, no content was 100% unique, even in that case, article was handwriten by friend.)
     
  2. haleylacy

    haleylacy Newbie

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    You cannot say that original contents will not be available atleast 1% of the articles will be original without using article spinning....
     
  3. abhi007

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    No.. 85% articles are usually spun articles..
     
  5. accelerator_dd

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    Well you can't always present new information, but how you present it makes all the difference in the world. Google doesn't want to grow its index with the same text. If you put it together better than your competitors, Google will surely favor it.

    If you can do the same with a good enough spintax, that works too.
     
  6. mainceaft

    mainceaft Regular Member

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    As long you write in niche someone else already wrote on it , you will be on spooning circle no mater what you do .
    Contents is the King big Lie some web newbies still believe it .
     
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    gulabowwww Newbie

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    It depends how you check your uniqueness. There are phrases and sentences that may be used several times by writers.
     
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    judygully Registered Member

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    Usually 95% unique is good enough :)
     
  9. rpkrocks

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    Every word written today has been written before. After all, there are roughly 6000 to 7000 words in a typical online dictionary. And people rarely use all of them. So Google cannot make an algorithm based on that. What it does is that it uses a combination of words that come together to match the content. You may not be charged for writing "what if" in a sentence, but you may be charged with duplicate content if you write exactly "what if rank SEO was dull."


    So, if you're rewriting try not to use the same combination of words together. Rewriting brings good results and after all, most of the content is researched (or we can say rewritten) from 2 or 3 articles.




    Thank you
    Rpkrocks