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[HELP] Content uniqeness issues

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by harrydino, May 16, 2015.

  1. harrydino

    harrydino Regular Member

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    hello fellaz, this might sound a bit noobish but i really dont care as far as i get the needed help:),
    i recently got a subscription to articlebuilder[.]net for my web2.0 articles and also my 2nd tier link building campaign. but i really wanted to make sure the article are copyscape passed before posting to my parasites so i got a premium account at copyscape too.

    but my current situation is the fact that i cant really decipher how an article is unique with copyscape or even 70% unique. after generating the super spun article from article builder i ran them through copyscape and i found out that there were 47+ results found for the pasted text. and when i click on those links to compare, i find things like,
    "The page below has 106 words matching 11% of the text, as highlighted by Copyscape:"
    other results bring up text like that too. so i was wondering if that meant that the article did not pass the test or does it signify that the article is 89% unique?

    please if anyone could explain to me how this uniquness is determined i would much appreciate it. i have used different search variations but i cant seem to come up with something close to explaining this.

    Thanks in advance as you guys throw more light on this.
     
  2. iamsolo

    iamsolo Power Member

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    May be those articles are already spun and posted on net
     
  3. JOSourcing

    JOSourcing Junior Member

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    That's the unfortunate risk you take when you use those types of tools. You'll *never* *ever* get clean results from a strategy that scrapes existing content and shares it with hundreds of thousands of others no matter how many times it's spun.

    If you want 0% copied content, you're going to have to craft it yourself.
     
  4. harrydino

    harrydino Regular Member

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    it might also interest you to know that even the article i crafted myself for my moneysite is not not 100% passed when i checked with copyscape(i still found some matching lines with other articles on the net) that does not mean that i copied a line from someones article. what i noticed was that there is no way you can write a 1000+ word content for a highly competitive niche without using a phrase someone has used before on the internet.

    and as i earlier pointed out, this is for my web2.0 sites...i just wanted to know how you guys come to a conclusion that an article is 100%, 80%, 70% or even 30% copyscape passed cuz i cant find such metrics on their site.
     
  5. uncce

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    rip your articles from magazines or books
     
  6. harrydino

    harrydino Regular Member

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    please guys this is all i want to know "i just wanted to know how you guys come to a conclusion that an article is 100%, 80%, 70% or even 30% copyscape passed cuz i cant find such metrics on their site."..... most of the answers here arent relevant to the question asked..
     
  7. Protocol Error

    Protocol Error Newbie

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    Never used copyscape but did a search as I was intrigued.
    Looks like you have 11% similarity to other articles. This means 89% uniqueness.

    When you take a look at textbroker understanding-copyscape-results you will find that just looking at the percentages is not enough. You need to analyse the results.

    Hope this helps you better.
     
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  8. archon10

    archon10 BANNED BANNED

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    I think you're in denial. You have to create some really terrible junk to get banned from some article submission site. Like really bad. If this wasn't BHW, I'd say you deliberately tried to get banned, but considering the logic in these posts, I think you really did think they were OK.
     
  9. harrydino

    harrydino Regular Member

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    I wish i understood the point you are trying to make...This has nothing to do with denial or whatsoever. i think the OP before clearly understands where am headed with my questions