Comparing Uniqueness of 2 Articles

by WinsonYeung 8 replies
Hi Warriors,
any one know what website to compare the uniqueness of 2 article ?
I rewrite a article of mine and i would check how many percentage uniqueness compare to the original articles

thanks
#main internet marketing discussion forum #articles #comparing #uniqueness
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
    Let me tell you the truth about things like Dupecop, which is supposed to
    be the best thing out there.

    They're worthless and I can prove it.

    Take one article on acne and another article on building bridges and put them
    side by side into dupecop and you'll get something like 70% unique, if that.

    Why?

    Because the stupid software doesn't take into account words like "and",
    "the" and so on. The software should discard those words but doesn't. So
    if your articles have a lot of common words in them, dupecop will show the
    articles as not being all that unique.

    Biggest piece of crap software I've ever seen in my life. Totally worthless.

    ** EDIT ** To prove my point, I just plugged in these two articles.

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    Two completely different topics. I then hit compare and it came back 70.1% unique.

    This software is so bad it's laughable, and THIS is what people use to gauge uniqueness.

    Simply amazing.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
      I have a Pro account at Copyscape - Website Plagiarism Search - Web Site Content Copyright Protection - very fast and efficient
      when you buy lots of content from freelance writers.

      It's paid for itself many times over!

      John
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
      Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

      Let me tell you the truth about things like Dupecop, which is supposed to
      be the best thing out there.

      They're worthless and I can prove it.

      Take one article on acne and another article on building bridges and put them
      side by side into dupecop and you'll get something like 70% unique, if that.

      Why?

      Because the stupid software doesn't take into account words like "and",
      "the" and so on. The software should discard those words but doesn't. So
      if your articles have a lot of common words in them, dupecop will show the
      articles as not being all that unique.

      Biggest piece of crap software I've ever seen in my life. Totally worthless.

      ** EDIT ** To prove my point, I just plugged in these two articles.

      What Is Social Bookmarking And How Can It Help Me?
      Web Site Design Tips - Graphics

      Two completely different topics. I then hit compare and it came back 70.1% unique.

      This software is so bad it's laughable, and THIS is what people use to gauge uniqueness.

      Simply amazing.
      That's why I use DupeFreePro; you can set different parameters. This helps take into account those non-consequential words.

      I ran the two articles you mentioned and came up with 88% unique based on two-word phrases, and just under 98% for three-word phrases.

      You can set it for any number you like and compare words, sentences, or paragraphs. It will highlight matches in both panes, using color coding to help zero in.

      You can also check for duplicate content online, check for keyword density, and get LSI keywords - and it's free. I guess it's a matter of how you use it, but I find it to be a very good tool.

      ~Michael
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      • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
        Originally Posted by Michael Oksa View Post

        That's why I use DupeFreePro; you can set different parameters. This helps take into account those non-consequential words.

        I ran the two articles you mentioned and came up with 88% unique based on two-word phrases, and just under 98% for three-word phrases.

        You can set it for any number you like and compare words, sentences, or paragraphs. It will highlight matches in both panes, using color coding to help zero in.

        You can also check for duplicate content online, check for keyword density, and get LSI keywords - and it's free. I guess it's a matter of how you use it, but I find it to be a very good tool.

        ~Michael

        Michael, I'm going to guess that DupeFreePro is a paid service, correct?
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