your own unique content (sharing what we do)

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Read 1 paragraph from 6 already made article. Than in your own words re write the content for your article using the others as a source. Have a great new year
#content #sharing #unique #writting
  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Sounds a bit similar to plain and simple research but easier. I might give it a go myself. Thanks.

    edit: after reading more posts and thinking about it, it actually sounds dumb. It is more work and takes more time than I spend writing an average article, including research.
    Better to gain the skills...or better yet, pay ME and I will write your articles for you, although it also sounds like you would probably only be willing to pay $1 per article so it would not be worth it.
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    • Profile picture of the author fin
      Or you could try providing value to your customers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyler Pratt
    Or you can read 3 of the same articles. Then write your own 100% unique article.

    I used to try and find the shortcut way around it. Each day I write a unique article. At first it took me an hour to write it.

    Now I can write an article without any research in 20 minutes.
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    • Profile picture of the author ColinT
      Originally Posted by Tyler Pratt View Post

      Or you can read 3 of the same articles. Then write your own 100% unique article.

      I used to try and find the shortcut way around it. Each day I write a unique article. At first it took me an hour to write it.

      Now I can write an article without any research in 20 minutes.
      I agree with Tyler, It`s easier and quicker to write your own once you get used to it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    This sounds like some kind of incoherent Frankenstein plagiarism to me. Instead of plagiarizing one person, you're plagiarizing seven people!

    It's one thing to do research, take notes and work your notes into your own unique content. It's quite another to copy seven articles and simply change four words per paragraph.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      This sounds like some kind of incoherent Frankenstein plagiarism to me. Instead of plagiarizing one person, you're plagiarizing seven people!

      It's one thing to do research, take notes and work your notes into your own unique content. It's quite another to copy seven articles and simply change four words per paragraph.
      I agree. It's just leeching off other peoples hard work and you are breaking the TOS of most article directories. If you want to use other peoples content do the decent thing and keep it intact and include the author bio and links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Gail_Curran
      It constantly surprises me how many people come here to brag about their unethical/illegal/disgusting business practices.

      But hey, at least it helps some of us know who to avoid at all costs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lori Kelly
    Writting my own content usuualllyy means that I sit down in front of a computer, research the subject matter and theeen writte about it.

    Sharing what I do: I spend hours, sometimes days researching to write an article.

    So you are basically stealing an author's work and changing four words from each paragraph.

    Would it be okay to steal your website content (not that I would) and change a few words?

    If your sole purpose is to get ranked, that might be a good strategy.

    Even if the subject matter from the articles you are stealing is similar, the article will not flow. But I guess if you are writing for search engines, that won't be an issue.

    Apologies if this sounds mean, but as a writer I take offense to someone admitting they are copying and pasting an article, especially when it could have been written by me.
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  • Profile picture of the author JeanneLynn
    This sounds unethical. It also sounds like a lot of trouble. Wouldn't it be easier to just write an article from scratch?
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  • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
    Who brags about doing that kind of stuff?
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  • Profile picture of the author George Wright
    Writting?

    Where are the wombats when you need them?
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    Here's the deal. You're not "writting" your own unique content. You're stealing other people's work.

    You can, of course, use other people articles for research and to gather ideas. But when you write an article it should be in your own words and with your own unique twist and angle. If each person from your 7 articles put their own unique slant to their article then you're going to end up with an article that's a mish-mash of style, angles, purposes, and thoughts.

    Take a little extra time and write your own articles. You'll end up with a much better product that offers some value to your readers.

    Rose
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  • Profile picture of the author linkservice
    Thanks everyone have a great new year
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    • Profile picture of the author packerfan
      Here we go again...

      Can we please stop the idea that anyone is creating anything "unique" in all but the rarest of cases.

      Think about it.

      Rewrite from one article and it's called plagiarism. Rewrite from 5 articles and it's called research...

      Here's what the good writers do. They tell the story in a way that connects with the reader. Everyone is telling the same story. It's all in how it's being told.

      Unless you're doing real research, I mean the kind that uses experiments, not hitting up a few books and journals for thoughts on your subject, you're not creating anything unique.

      You may present it in a unique way, but the idea itself is not unique.

      In fact, I challenge anyone to share one piece of unique content.

      Here's the closest I could come up with for my own example. And it's been done 100 times... How To Analyze The Difficulty Of Ranking For A Keyword
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    When I need unique content urgently I use an automated tool to turn my articles into several copies of unique text.

    I developed the tool myself.

    It's a pretty simple program which does not really change the text, but makes it completely unique and focused on keywords.

    I actually think of selling it soon. I think it might be useful for plenty of occasions. I'm not sure there are any other programs like this in the market. No, it is not the classic text spinner.

    Other than that I write my own content.
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  • Profile picture of the author supershoesclub
    I think copy other people's articles and re-write the content will make the whole article looks worthless.And i think most article directories will not approve it because of the copyright problem.But if the ways you said is helpful.I think it will lead more and more people ignore the author resource links.
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