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How to find article are not rewritten from scraped article

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by dwpg002, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. dwpg002

    dwpg002 Senior Member

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    Hi

    I am going to outsource article writing service to my micro niche site. But I am worried my entire articles are not rewritten from scraped article. Is there any ways I can find those articles are not rewrite (other than copyspace). Also I want to know from your experience Google has the intelligence to find the rewritten article from scrapped one.

    Also I am looking for SEO service provider who can give guarantee 1st page ranking with money back. If you know any one pls let me know.
     
  2. Hardyrulz

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    I can handle it.
     
  3. TheMatrix

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    You can check if the article is duplicate by using Copyscape.

    But if CS reports no findings, and the article has good readability, there's no point in disapproving it or being worried if it is rewritten or not.

    See, the fact remains the same, no matter in what form you say it.
     
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  4. seoguru13

    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    Don't just trust copyscape, I have had several instances of copied content left by copyscape as zero results found. I'd suggest you also put the article in "sentences" in google to search for optimum results. If both google and copyscape do not provide results, then you're mostly safe.
     
  5. TheMatrix

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    Well, putting sentence in quote isn't gonna break the ice mate. It will only be useful to check if the article is copied as-is from some source, and if it is, then CS will be able to grab the source (most of the times).

    Another thing, checking rewrites is not possible with Google.

    Example:

    Original:
    Don't ever send out autoresponders without double and triple checking everything first.

    Rewritten (Only minor rewrite):
    Never send out autoresponders before double and triple checking everything first.

    Just my 2 cents..
     
  6. abbyknight24

    abbyknight24 Junior Member

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    I think you can trust Copyscape because one of the places they pull results from is Google.
     
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    In the case of rewriting, neither CS nor google can do much.. but in cases of duplicate content, I find google more trustworthy. I have had several mails with the CS admins about how shitty their results seem, and how faulty their algorithm is.
     
  8. TheMatrix

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    Apparently not mate. While Google can't handle encoded content, CS sometimes does.

    And yes, if case of rewriting CS does catch the original source. I'll give you can example. Take an article from EZA, spin it using any software you have. Post it on a blogger blog. Take a sentence from it and search in Google, and you won't be able to find the original source. Take the URL of the blog post, hook it up in CS, and it'll pop 10 results (if free user) of dupe content provided the content is not too much re-written, in which case, it'll be shitty to read. :D

    Again, my 3 cents. :)
     
  9. dwpg002

    dwpg002 Senior Member

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    Thanks for your replays. Since I have many unique articles well written for micro niche but I can't able to rank that keyword. If I am not able to rank that keyword mean I have less backlink right.
     
  10. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    If your articles will found no results after passing through Copyscape then it will be unique and yes try to get keywords relevant to your site and less competitive then only it will rank faster.