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Rewriting Content - The Easier Way

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by cocoholo, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. cocoholo

    cocoholo Regular Member

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    I've been testing for a few days now about this method that I stumbled one night. It's about rewriting articles, without buying any tools.

    I took an article and scan it using dustball plagiarism detect tool and below is the result.

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    Afterwhich, I ran the rewrite method and this is the result.

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    After that, I compared the original and rewritten articles, and this is the result

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    I attached both the original and rewritten samples that I used to test this method for those interested. The attached rewritten article is completely unedited. I know for sure that should be errors here and there but just wanted to show every body how it works. Editing should be fairly easy using ms word.

    I'm also testing this method to few of my blogs and I think with the readability of the rewritten article, this should work fine.

    My question is, do you trust dustball for plagiarism detection? I used copyscape with this one and it didn't pass.

    What do you think?



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  2. helgeschneider

    helgeschneider Registered Member

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    wow 54% duplicate..amazing job :)

    don know about dustball but dupefree is really lame. I really never ever would give my clients articles that dupefree shows as under 85% unique.
     
  3. Dangazzm

    Dangazzm Regular Member

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    I use dustball... I don't know how well it is REALLY unique, but its a good idea to use. I mean you can see which sentences it find results for so you can go back through and reword that sentence once you are done as well, more unique is more unique ;)
     
  4. iwfdopod

    iwfdopod Registered Member

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    what is your method exactly? I can't read from your post.
     
  5. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    I've got a few million words to spin taken from an old and now obsolete site so I'm looking for the best information possible on how to spin things most efficiently. This search includes the latest metrics so I particularly liked your post and the information you provided.

    It seems to me that there is no best metric software; there are only programs that provide raw data that we can use in our spin/business decisions. If I am only going to post two versions of an article I probably won't worry about dupe content because I don't think the search engines will catch it; if I'm going to post 50 versions I'd be much more likely to make them all more original.
     
  6. omoxx

    omoxx Regular Member

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    Those articles passing other systems never pass Copyscape though
     
  7. contentworld

    contentworld Registered Member

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    You can't trust on dustball and will penialize. To get unique content, here is one free method:

    Go to google translator and translate your content as:

    Ennglish----->Spanish---->French---->German---->English

    You'll get copyscape pass content and required some edit. Hope it helps you.