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uniquefier plugin worth it or not?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by metaldragon, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. metaldragon

    metaldragon Regular Member

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  2. mrjinx

    mrjinx Regular Member

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    I've heard of this but never tried it. Why don't you just get the WriteAgain plugin available from a member of this forum? I use WriteAgain and it works great.
     
  3. metaldragon

    metaldragon Regular Member

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    the content is not very reable with write again i've heard.
     
  4. KingCrab

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    Erm..i think you might as well take the uniquefier plugin if you want to have some readership. Cause it doesn`t changes your content..
     
  5. metaldragon

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    I get that but does the method actually work with the big G?
     
  6. KingCrab

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    The method he is using is not meant make the Search engines look at it as it was a unique content. Most probably it will get you rank higher a little. Other than that it will pass copyscape. So the idea is too scape content and use it without rewriting and still get organic traffic..it seems to work by passing copyscape and Big G seems to index the page.
     
  7. hmilesjr

    hmilesjr Registered Member

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    I purchased the plugin, but I deactivated it when I saw that the article shows as all numbers in the source code. Is anyone that is using the script seeing a drop in the serps due to the numbers in the source code rather than the actual content which would contain the keywords?
     
  8. husker999

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    I also would like to hear from those who have used uniquifier v3 and does it improve your serps.

    Thanks
     
  9. blazen

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    I have tried the first version of the plugin and google can read the code. So no it does not work. You can check yourself by looking at the cache page of any site using it.
     
  10. bhw123

    bhw123 Registered Member

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    i used the plugin on one of my auto blog for about 10 days
    it doesn't work
     
  11. husker999

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    I think 10 days could be too early to tell if the plugin is working or not.
     
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    google either reads your useless (useless because keywords will be destroyed by the plugin) "uniquified" content or it recognizes it as duplicate content
     
  13. hmilesjr

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    Yeah that's kinda what I figured when I saw it converted the content to a bunch of numbers. Seems it would be easy to find and ban these sites if Google choose too.
     
  14. blackhaze

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    This plugin is a JOKE. (I am not goin as far as saysin "SCAM" now...)

    a) It doesnt matter whether content does first get translated to Javascript charcode, it still "comes out normal" at the end, and Google sees the content as any NORMAL other content.

    b) The only thing that plugin does is fool Copyscape since copyscape has a HORRIBLE algorhitm detecting dupes, it obviously doesnt read javascript or is so stupid that it THINK its not a dupe since the content is output by a simple javascript.

    In the eye of any search engine your site stays the same.

    Author makes you believe that "Fooling Copyscape" is the same as "fooling google" and wants to make you believe it just takes two simple lines of javacode to transform ANY content into "unique" content for the search engines. <----- very funny :)

    Ever more sad that many actually believe this and buy this nonsense plugin.

    All you get is PROBABLY a Ban from google.

    ( There are other dupe testers out there and i did tests, clearly showing that dupes stay dupes, even with that plugin. The only thing that plugin does is prove that Copyscape check is WORTHLESS)
     
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    is there any documented proof that it works or not?

    didnt hear about bans from google for dupe content
     
  16. KidSick

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    On some templates, it shows the javascript code, on others it does not. I deactivated it because it really wasn't what I thought.
     
  17. Rushpat

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    How does the big G read the post contents? In a blog, the post source is kept in a database and only access when someone tries to read it right? Do the google spiders crawl the original database source post or do they get the outputted content?

    If the google spiders only see what is filtered through a plugin (which would appear as normal blog text in the database), then this leads to another possible workaround...
     
  18. discodog

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    I bought it and i confirm.
    But others products from this coder seems to be nice
     
  19. harrie55

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    I liked it.
     
  20. robert911

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    I used it and it doesn't seem to do anything. If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is!

    It doesn't even pass copyscape now. Test it.