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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uesat, Jul 6, 2016.

  1. uesat

    uesat Regular Member

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    Has anyone noted a difference, as far as Google is concerned, on a spun article that is 80% unique vs one that is 95%+ unique?

    For example, have you noticed Google penalizing one of your sites or claiming you have duplicate content because it's full of spun articles that are "only" 80% unique?

    This is for anyone who uses high end software to spin. Not just WordAI or SpinRewriter users.
     
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    Sristy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is no specific percentage. Google algo can detect the theme of writing or pattern of writing which can easily identify that it has been rewritten from another article.
     
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    From the very large amount of data I have seen, if you are using WordAi's "Super Unique" spin you will never run into a uniqueness issue if you are at 80% uniqueness or higher. If you are using a normal (not "Super Unique") spin, then I still almost never see any issues with 80% uniqueness, but I definitely have not seen issues with 85-90% uniqueness. Our calculator works slightly differently than other spinners though so our 80% might not mean the same thing as a different spinner's 80%.
     
  4. uesat

    uesat Regular Member

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    Thanks for your inputs. The thing, if your article is super unique like 90% or more by these spinners, your article is going to read like gibberish. And Google can easily detect gibberish and penalize your site. The 80% ones look and sound better, but I don't really know if 80% unique is considered duplicate content.
     
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    artificial_genius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I know that if you are taking Super Unique spins with WordAi that are 80% unique they will pass Copyscape with zero results, and in every example I've ever seen, are viewed as unique by Google.
     
  6. uesat

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    I do use WordAI right now. The super unique may pass copyscape for uniqueness but it looks like gibberish.

    In the past, I have had sites penalized because of Google bots detecting non-sensical sentences in the article. The articles were very unique but they didn't make sense even to the Google bots.

    What about the regular spins in Word AI that are readable and 80% unique? Will they pass Google and Copyscape?
     
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    Is Copyscape a good test for what Google considers unique?