Tier 2 content, copyscape or human readable?

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  1. schleprock

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    Are the Premium platforms on RX likely using copyscape to check a sampling of the articles being posted on their platforms. Or are they reading the content themselves. (given the amount of content being posted that seems ridiculaous, but who knows. I am hoping you do)

    If I want to create Tiers 2 -4 content, should I keep my first post very readable and then the next posts to that account can be SpinRewriter (SR) spun stuff, or do I really just need to worry about passing a copyscape test.
    So the 1st post I would hand edit and the rest I would just let SR take care of.
     
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    I'm interested in RX purchase, following for some tips
     
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    I am not aware of any backlinks posting tool that checks copyscape before posting the articles.

    I usually use manually written content on tier1, and spinned content on other layers. If you spin the content manually on word, sentence and paragraph level, then you don't need to worry about copyscape. Create one superspun article and you can use it hundreds of times. Spinning software can help you, but edit it manually before creating the final spun source.
     
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    So should I worry more about the uniqueness of an article or more about human readability?
    I keep reading these BST seller posts that say "100% copyscape pass". Is that important, or do you need it to be readable by humans? Or do I need it to be readable but at least 30 percent unique? Or what?

    I am talking about web 2.0s. On your own blog network you can put up anything you want without getting it taken down. But what about Web 2.0s?

    TBS will check copyscape before posting.
     
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    I limit unique posts for Tier 1 only. If i get more unique articles ready, i would instead make new Tier 1's rather than getting it on Tier 2 as Tier 1 must be the most powerful to affect your rankings.
     
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    I try to make them human readable. If you have tools, you can in fact create massively spun content, but available at human readable level. The tool should be able to copy sentences from multiple sources, and then stitch them up to become your content - the sentences may not be all related, but once you spin it a little to human readable level, these are good content for T2. T3 and below, any type of heavily spun content should be fine.
     
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    Depends whether you want to use it for traffic or for SEO.
    Chances are it's an SEO only layer, in which case Copyscape pass is fine. If you expect to pass visitors along your link chain to your money pages then you need human readable. But I don't know anyone who does that for second tier.
    My thinking is everything after 1st tier is an indexing/link juice tier.

    No right or wrong and it depends on your product / niche a little bit of course, but that's the way i'd go 9 times out of 10
     
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    Its always better to use unique content for SERP. But for tier 2 or 3, SPUN content will work.
     
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    You can use spun content for lower tiers, just make sure to mix sentences from different articles and that the articles gathered are related to your topic.