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Copyscape Premium Users Only ? Use 1 article or an entire batch ???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zerocoolflo, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. zerocoolflo

    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    Hello everyone

    I just recently bought 300 articles for different niches and It's a pain to verify them with free copyscape so I bought 300 credits.

    Now doing this 1 by 1 it will ruin all of them.

    I was thinking on trying batches of 10-20 articles but i'm afraid that If I combine them, they will look unique versus checking them 1 by 1 if there is any duplicated content there.

    Anyone ? you use copyscape 1by1 or batches of articles ?
     
  2. orzyman

    orzyman Senior Member

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    well in my opinion yeah like you said checking them 1 by 1 will be a pain in the ass and when you check them in batch you will not know whether they are unique or not so either you trust the writer or do it 1 by 1
     
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  3. zerocoolflo

    zerocoolflo Regular Member

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    I guess that If I play by my rules, I can't trust anyone when it comes to $.

    I guess that this leaves me checking them 1 by 1

    Thanks :)
     
  4. twitter.followers

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    Get a simple imacros set up to automate the process of checking them one by one.
    This will also check them one by one upon that, the best thing would be that the process would be automated. :)
     
  5. nikolaalx

    nikolaalx Regular Member

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    Check the articles 1 by 1.

    Otherwise results might be distorted, because I believe copyscape uses a relative calculation which matches results from the search and then calculates the percentage match between your submitted text.

    If you submit 100 articles, it is probable that copyscape will run a query with only a certain amount of text from e.g. the first article, and when it opens the results even though the first result in google might match 100% duplicate with the first article of your batch, it will still compare the whole bulk of content and might report that there is e.g. 1% duplicacy ..etc.

    Always use 1 by 1.




     
  6. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Find a long term writer. The first couple of times verify each one 1 by 1. After this pick around 10% of the article (10 from each 100) at random and verify those 1 by 1; as long as you see no duplicates chances are you're good.

    But at first with a new writer I would do every single one 1 by 1.
     
  7. zartania

    zartania Registered Member

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    I agree. Check them all if it's a new writer. If they've written for you before, then spot check in batches of 5-10 per every 50 or something like that. If you find a bad one, then check them all!

    I've had even seasoned writers screw up because they left some "copied" stuff in the article and didn't re-write it.