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Making duplicate articles unique

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nixnash, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. nixnash

    nixnash Power Member

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    Got a idea...Not sure if it has been shared or not..

    Suppose you copy and paste a article with 300 words...and published another 5-10 randomly generated comments...

    Will ti be considerred as unique content...will something like this work.??
    I am trying this as a experiment though..
    NIx
     
  2. utterlyadrift25

    utterlyadrift25 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't believe this would be considered unique content. You could always try. Post a copied article, throw in a couple of comments and check through copyscape if it's coming up as duplicate content.

    You could just get a program like the Best spinner and spin as many as words as possible. It also tells you how unique the article has become. The most percentage I've ever reached (never been able to go past this) is about 50%.
     
  3. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    A unique article is one that is about 70% or more different than anything else findable on the web. If you put a few sentences of an article on Google and find it matches word for word material already published online, chances are it's not unique, regardless of adding a few scraped comments. Use Best Spinner as has been suggested, or the manual PAR or MAR software to spin/re-write the article sentence by sentence until it's two thirds unique.
     
  4. dollarfish

    dollarfish Newbie

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    I don't think this will work
     
  5. summertime1

    summertime1 Junior Member

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    I'll follow this. Altough I can't really think how you could considers this useful. Spinning the article is much faster and easier as posting "unique" comments (if i understood you correctly)
     
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    blackhatcontent Newbie

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    it'd still be seen as duplicate content man.. dont waste your time.