Articles how to tell if they are really unique

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Hi everyone,

I am interested in buying affordable articles that are between the range of $3-$5 per 500 words.

I am looking for unique articles that pass copyscape and does not have unicode symbols(to make it look like unique articles)

Can anyone tell me how to search for the right seller?
There are many content writer that says their articles are the best, cheapest, and pass copyscape.
Although I know most seller will provide samples, but still how to tell if they are good?

Do you have a set of guideline of selecting content writer?
Or
A set of questions to ask those content writer?

Hope someone will give me some advise on choosing content writer.
#articles #unique
  • Profile picture of the author upontynes
    If you have copyscape, you can check articles for uniqueness quickly. Accept articles in simple text format and chances of unicodes would not exist.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Of course the very best way to tell if an article is unique is to write it yourself.

      If you must employ someone, ask them before you contract with them if they write from scratch or if they use already written content (which could be PLR, spun articles, or resale rights content (not suggested).

      Ask for samples of their writing and tell them you will only accept unique material. It should always pass Copyscape if you insist on original material.

      Ask for referrals from others that are happy and satisfied with the articles they have purchased. That, and some trial and error, seem to be the typical approaches of most Warriors.

      Here's a hint . . . it always pays to find a writer knowledgeable in the market of your articles so don't be afraid to ask about the writer's credentials.

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    • Profile picture of the author Enfusia
      In truth you should really tell us what you would like these articles for?

      Because, to think that you're going to get engaging web content that will have your visitors stay on your site long enough for your monetization to take effect with articles that you want to fool the serps with, that's not likely to happen.

      If this is for web content you may wish to reconsider your position before you just become another casualty.

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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Try the Warrior For Hire section here. Use PREMIUM copyscape on the stuff they produce. It is only 5 US cents per check. If a duplicate comes up, you can ask for a revision. Pretty straightforward.
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  • Profile picture of the author Corey Taylor
    If the articles pass the copyscape's test (with a premium account)
    then there's 99.9% possibility not to have duplicate issues.

    Get yourself a premium copyscape and have a peace of mind

    Merry Christmas
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Braswell
    I think you figured it out!

    Copyscape is your friend in this way!
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  • Profile picture of the author seoboyz01
    I'm confused as to why anyone would think they could buy an original article for as little as $3.00. Even a struggling new writer, looking to establish themselves is going to charge more than that. And, certainly any buyer only willing to pay $3.00 won't be a repeat customer.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by seoboyz01 View Post

      I'm confused as to why anyone would think they could buy an original article for as little as $3.00
      Yes - that issue is very much the "elephant in the room", in this thread.

      Of course, it's occasionally possible to "get very lucky indeed" but it's hugely against the odds, and the overall reality is that if you're paying $0.006 to $0.01 per word for the writing you outsource, you should have very low expectations regarding both quality and originality.

      I suspect that the OP and I may have very different perceptions of the value (and maybe even of the definition) of "articles", not to mention the uses to which they can be put and what benefits one can reasonably expect to accrue from them.

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  • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
    Write them yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I am interested in buying affordable articles that are between the range of $3-$5 per 500 words.
    Can anyone tell me how to search for the right seller?
    The "seller" is irrelevant as the "quality" will be the same.

    elephant in the room
    I thought it seemed crowded...
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    • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
      I received a spammy sales email a few days ago to one of my web sites. It offered high quality unique articles written for just $0.005/word or $2.50 for 500 words.Turn around was promised to be less than 12 hours.

      I do all my own writing and had absolutely no intention to purchase anything from this spammer, but out of curiosity, I replied and asked for a sample of his/her work.

      Because I write for myself I don't need Copyscape, so when the sample arrived, I Googled a few sample sentences. I very quickly discovered that article had been copied verbatim from Ezine Articles (stripped of all accreditation of course). As a side note, it wasn't even an especially good article.

      I am now wondering whether, in the spirit of Christmas, to simply forget it, or report it to Ezine Articles.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

        I am now wonder whether, in the spirit of Christmas, to simply forget it, or report it to Ezine Articles.
        They won't do anything, Anne: if wanting to "report" it, to the author is the way to do so. "Just saying".

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  • Profile picture of the author cybercast
    Copyscape is good for checking for duplicate content, but unfortunately it doesn't catch Unicode as far as I know. So when you receive an article from a writer, if you want to take the time to manually type a few of the sentences of the article out yourself and then put it in quotes to see if it shows up in Google, then this should work to sniff out writers using unicode. It's a tedious process but once you blow their cover once then it's just a process of elimination until you find a good reliable and honest article writer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tan Shengg
    Cybercast.. I don't really understand your method.. Can you explain more?


    Does you mean that by typing out the sentence, if it shows up in Google and still pass copyscape. It means that the writer is using unicode?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave37
    I think you can find some good quality article writing services in the Classified Ads section of the Warrior Forum. But, before you build trust with a particular writer or service, it's better you check each delivered article for plagiarism.
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