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I am developing a SEO services site. I have curated 5the content myself but the tool is showing just 67% of genuine content. How mush percentage of content should be genuine to go live?
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    • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
      Originally Posted by MontelloMarketing View Post

      If your content isn't 100% genuine you have not business being in this business.
      What is the solution to it.......
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  • Profile picture of the author Buddd
    Pretty mush all of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    Originally Posted by robwilliam View Post

    I am developing a SEO services site. I have curated 5the content myself but the tool is showing just 67% of genuine content. How mush percentage of content should be genuine to go live?
    If you wanna prevent plagiarism, you gotta quote the source.
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    • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
      Originally Posted by nmwf View Post

      If you wanna prevent plagiarism, you gotta quote the source.
      I have written all the content myself... Then what can we do for this? What source I should mention.....
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      • Profile picture of the author nmwf
        Originally Posted by robwilliam View Post

        I have written all the content myself... Then what can we do for this? What source I should mention.....
        If you're curating content, you're not writing anything yourself. You're just copying the content. So the source is the website that originally published it.
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        • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
          Originally Posted by nmwf View Post

          If you're curating content, you're not writing anything yourself. You're just copying the content. So the source is the website that originally published it.
          I ll do it and ill keep an eye on the results....
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  • Profile picture of the author AadhyaMehra
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    Write the article by your own without copying from anywhere so that your content must be unique.Because you need 100% of genuine content .
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    • Profile picture of the author StingGB
      Is it just me who is wondering whether anyone can write above 4th grade English around here anymore? This is supposed to be the copywriting forum.
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      • Profile picture of the author CopyMonster
        Originally Posted by StingGB View Post

        Is it just me who is wondering whether anyone can write above 4th grade English around here anymore? This is supposed to be the copywriting forum.
        Well, there's the suggestion that copywriters write at about a 6th grade level. Maybe they're overachieving.

        But I think the blame can be more accurately directed at the verbal currency "du jour" aka sms, Twitter and hashtags #NotCool2WriteWrdsAnymore.

        Add to that emoticons to express feelings and emphasis

        But hey, doesn't that make writing easier? Just think no need for long sales pages - just a string of #tags and , plus $$$, your call to action and you're good to go.

        1daful (wonderful), no?
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        Scary good...
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    • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
      Originally Posted by AadhyaMehra View Post

      Write the article by your own without copying from anywhere so that your content must be unique.Because you need 100% of genuine content .
      Thanks aradhya mehra
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  • Profile picture of the author mikhailblaze
    Well, you curated the content, which is why it's at 67%.

    Have you considered writing it on your own? If you can't write it yourself, hire someone to do it for you. Simple, really.
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    • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
      Originally Posted by mikhailblaze View Post

      Well, you curated the content, which is why it's at 67%.

      Have you considered writing it on your own? If you can't write it yourself, hire someone to do it for you. Simple, really.
      What could be the price for 1K words article?
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  • Profile picture of the author The Copy Nazi
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    And again - what's this got to do with copywriting? Nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author yogibeezy
    The SEO Services site that you are trying to build will be doomed. You can get ideas but speak with it in your own words.
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  • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
    67% ???
    that is way to much geniue content.
    looking at Google's internal documents that were leaked on a blackhat seo site i'm a member of, the ideal % is around 10%
    you're spending way too much money on content when you could be buying more links.

    Originally Posted by robwilliam View Post

    I am developing a SEO services site. I have curated 5the content myself but the tool is showing just 67% of genuine content. How mush percentage of content should be genuine to go live?
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  • Profile picture of the author cookiesfromhome
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    Quality matters a lot in seo.So create quality content by yourself.Do not write duplicate content it will take your website into spam.Before post your content check it through 3 to 4 duplicate content checker tool.
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    • Profile picture of the author robwilliam
      Originally Posted by cookiesfromhome View Post

      Quality matters a lot in seo.So create quality content by yourself.Do not write duplicate content it will take your website into spam.Before post your content check it through 3 to 4 duplicate content checker tool.
      I use small seo tool plagiarism checker? Is it a reliable one?
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  • Profile picture of the author bojan92
    You need 100 % genuine content, so rewrite the articles or change something in the articles some paragraphs in order to make them genuine.
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  • Profile picture of the author askhakwani
    If you have written it yourself then pass it from copyscape.com

    if it passed 100% then ok..dont rely on other softwares as i could never understand their criteria
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  • Profile picture of the author cmthompson22
    You should have 100 percent of it being original. If you publish as is, someone is going to find out at some point and you could be in trouble with copyright and plagiarism issues. Many people think that a bit of copying is fine, but you are basically using the work that someone else has worked so hard on. How would you feel if you put in a lot of work on a project and then found out down the road that someone else has used it as their own? If you used quotes, make sure to put the credit right by that quote and then have an endnote as well. You might just need to change around a few words in the work and that will make it more unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author smallseotoolz
    If you want 100% unique content then first read content guidelines and rewrite your sentences having plagiarism issue. If your content 67% unique content then rewrite the sentences having plagiarism issues.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    OP's 100% effort is only equivalent to 67%.

    Hilarious.
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    • Profile picture of the author David Rosa
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      OP's 100% effort is only equivalent to 67%.

      Hilarious.
      ha, that's pretty funny.

      Maybe the tool is screwed. Maybe elance could tell you some rates for outsourcing.

      but beware, don't believe everything you hear on the interwebz.
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  • Profile picture of the author King Maker
    Write the content by own to get unique
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    • Profile picture of the author escribe
      To guarantee your content is 100% original, write it yourself. If you're using research sources, make sure you're reading the content to fully understand the topic and then put that source away and write it completely in your own words. Unless you're using actual facts and statistics then quote the source. But if you're writing it yourself, it should return the result of being fully a unique piece.
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      • Profile picture of the author Legalien
        I'd say if it's above 90-95% you're good to go.

        For example, recently I... created... an article about social exchange to post on a web 2.0 of mine.

        One of the sentences was something like " Facebook Likes, Twitter Followers, Instagram Followers, Youtube Subscribers, and more."

        That piece came back as plagiarised. A few others similar to that also came back plagiarised. But these are basically generic things which are plagiarised a thousand times over online.

        For me, 90-95% is acceptable, but 100% is better
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