How to analyze the quality of content ?

by Mrwasi
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Many writers are working for me. They were me the right content at the start of the deal
I was going happily about everything but suddenly,
Yesterday I checked the content on the website crazy games, sadly all content scraped from different websites

So I have a query related to the point which will be helpful for many others here.

Kindly let me know how to analyze the quality of content ????
Thanks
Regards
Mr Wasi
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    sadly all content scraped from different websites
    This is content writing - not copywriting....and links in posts are not permitted. You can use Copyscape Premium to check the quality/duplicate aspect of articles written for you. I checked a few from your site - and they were NOT found on other sites so may not be as big a problem as you think.

    However, you need to understand if you are explaining how a game works or how to play a game....you can't just make it up. The writing must be factual and that might seem copied when it's not.

    No writer you hire will care as much about your site and your business as you do - let your writers know you check for plagiarism. But for example, if a writer is to list the rules of the game....he can't rewrite the rules.. but can only present those rules as they are.
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  • Profile picture of the author iDigMark
    Firstly, I believe it's your business, not theirs, so they don't really care. It's your responsibility to conduct constant checks on this website.

    You can check the authenticity of the contents with Turnitin or Copyscape. And access other neccessary data on its readability, engagement, etc. via Grammarly.

    Basically, they are the two tools I use to assess my contents.

    Hope you find this helpful
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    Originally Posted by Mrwasi View Post

    Many writers are working for me. They were me the right content at the start of the deal
    I was going happily about everything but suddenly,
    Yesterday I checked the content on the website crazy games, sadly all content scraped from different websites

    So I have a query related to the point which will be helpful for many others here.

    Kindly let me know how to analyze the quality of content ????
    Thanks
    Regards
    Mr Wasi

    Back in 2017, I hired a freelance writer to create content for
    me to use on my websites. She didn't charge that much and
    she consistently gave me 25-30 pages of content, written on
    the topics that I asked. Subjects ranged from Bitcoin, food
    and travel, beauty, and various merchandise. Whenever she
    delivered, I glanced over the document, read a little here and
    there, took out a couple of random paragraphs to run through
    Copyscape to ensure no plagiarism, plus she guaranteed her
    work was plagiarism free.

    This went on for about a year. In 2018, as I was setting up a
    website, I was pasting her content and noticed that there
    were so many typos and errors, it was beyond the standard
    of one error per page. Mistakes don't bother me as I was not
    seeking perfection, but there was one paragraph that had so
    many errors, typos, misspelled words and incorrect words,
    that I had to go lie down. I was so upset because all the time
    she was writing for me, I thought she was giving me quality
    content and it was all a bunch of garbage.

    I think that she farmed out the work to others, which wasn't
    really a problem, but then she didn't bother to proofread any
    of it, she just delivered whatever she was given. She was
    still working on a project at that time, when she finished that
    last project I paid her off and dropped her like a hot potato.
    I never said anything about it, I just cut her off cold. She
    must have contacted me for six months asking me what
    happened but I never responded.

    Anyway, you have to be careful about the people you hire
    for content creation because some of them will do anything
    for the money and not give a care whether they are
    providing you with quality content or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bella zanny
    Just check the plagiarism level on studyclerk. Then, use Grammarly to ascertain if the article is genuine. Anything below 80-70% should be rejected
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  • Profile picture of the author Serene Carmen
    Hi Welcome to the forum

    I use ContentWish, plagiarism free and no issues so far. About the same price as Fiverr freelancers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Form2290 Filing
    Use google terms to find the copy content. "" - place the sentence in between these terms.
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  • Profile picture of the author justSam
    i am using Quetext
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