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Copyscape is a lie?

Discussion in 'Copywriting' started by Scriptona, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. latoya

    latoya Active Member

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    #41
    Just because Copyscape says there's duplicate content doesn't mean you copied from another website. My feeling is that when you're writing on a certain topic, you're naturally going to use some of the same words that appear on related websites. There are only so many words in the English language and we can't help but repeat them. Cite your sources and move on.
    SEMrush
     
    latoya, May 26, 2009 IP
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    212articles Peon

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    #42
    I totally agree, if copyscape has the ability to find some thing... The spun articles could not be published. But I see too many spun articles these days...
     
    212articles, May 28, 2009 IP
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    #43
    I think their script is getting terribly badd its getting harder to understand :(
     
    ShanniiLPx, May 28, 2009 IP
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    #44
    I've already explained this. Copyscape shingles down to 3 word matches. It's VERY hard to create ANY significant piece of text without using at least ONE three word shingle (e.g. 'I've already explained'). Copyscape will flag that up for you becuase *that's what its for - its a plagiarism detector, NOT a 'uniqueness' detector*. The search engine techniques are FAR more sophisticated. It's explained in more detail here - pass copyscape free and online
     
    contentboss, Jun 1, 2009 IP