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What copyscape percent would google consider unique?? PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by killakem, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    I have an article that I cant get below 0% (with 3 phrases found in the original) its a common 3 word phrase. would Google consider still consider this article unique content??

    Are there any benchmarks for unique content with copy scape?? e.g. 10% or 20% as a limit!!

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. SahL

    SahL Elite Member

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    I make it unique above 30% than check , if its still showing something common i then change that sentence or the word.
     
  3. killakem

    killakem Regular Member

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    What about if theres now no matching words. But copyscape find articles with:

    The page below now has no words matching the text.

    This page seems to have recently removed some matching content.
     
  4. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    Try Re-Write your content with points. Insert new split a paragraph | merge a paragraph.
    Simply, change the article how it looks now.
    Actually google boot's must be having huge synonyms list. If you just changed the synonyms it won't help. If you get cough by copyscape then 100% sure google will find it as a duplicate content.
     
  5. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    See, Google does not work in collaboration with Copyscape... It has its own parameters for calculating duplicate content.

    Copyscape is a tool which tells you about the percentage of duplicate content and the websites on which the same content is available.

    You just make sure the content of two web pages should not be appreciably similar.