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Question about Constant Content's iThenticate

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by theaxe12, May 6, 2011.

  1. theaxe12

    theaxe12 Registered Member

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    Suppose I want to rewrite PLR or EZA articles and submit them to Constant-Content. Mind you, I'm not talking about simple synonym replacement. I mean rewriting the ZUCK(-erberg) out of 'em. For example, this:

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    Price is the most sticking point for most consumers. When it 
    comes to hiring a lawyer, hourly fees of $100 up to $1000 are out 
    of reach of most people?s budget. And then comes the trepidation 
    of searching for a good attorney and the right service: there is a lot 
    of uncertainty and confusion as what a lawyer will do, and how to 
    tell the good from the bad.
    Would be turned into this:

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    With most consumers, price is the deciding factor. For the purpose 
    of hiring an attorney, hourly charges hovering in the three to four 
    figure range are way too high for the average person's budget. 
    Furthermore, there is the trouble of seeking out an effective 
    attorney who will give you the service you were looking for. As you 
    can see, there are many elements that cause uncertainty in 
    what your attorney will do. It will be a challenge sorting the decent 
    ones from the no-good.
    
    Do you think this would pass their dupe content checker, or would it STILL get busted?


    TL;DR: How badass is iThenticate?
     
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    theaxe12 Registered Member

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    No one else has done this? 49 thread views and no reply...
     
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    theaxe12 Registered Member

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    If anyone wants to know why I even bothered with this topic, look here:

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    blackhatworld.c0m/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/258633-get-write-what-you-want-get-paid-30-40-even-75-one-article-yep.html
    It's where I got the method from. The ebook author claims you can rewrite PLR and submit your article, but of course that's against Constant Content's TOS. Anyone did that without being banned?


    (Absolute last time I'm bumping this thread. One more and I might attract some Moderator Wrath :p)
     
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    hbeezy Newbie

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    I think you'd get away with it. I downloaded that same ebook and I'm trying out those same methods... however I have not submitted any articles yet. You are a pretty good rewriter, believe it.
     
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    The thing is, Constant Content is a one-shot deal. They have a "zero tolerance" policy for plagiarism. You'll be suspended before you can say "copyscape", if they even suspect it, so spin to 100% unique. Not 70%-80% -- that's not good enough. Before submitting articles, make sure it passes Copyscape and a grammar checker. Also, read the guidelines carefully before submitting. CC's editing process takes forever and is super-picky!
     
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    Five months later, I?theaxe12?have metaphorically given Constant-Cuntent the middle finger. Maybe one day I'll post just how absurd the editors are over there. In general, it doesn't matter what you do because they will find a completely subjective reason to decline your article.

    F*ck 'em. I'm taking my writing elsewhere.
     
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