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question about article re-writes
« on: January 29, 2017, 02:47:09 PM »
i found an article on a live website which i do not own.

if i choose to re-write this article through , will the re-written article pass copyscape 100% or no?

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Re: question about article re-writes
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2017, 05:30:38 AM »
A few points: getting an article that you don't own rewritten is, in my opinion, wrong. I know that many people do it but that does not make it right. Usually it does not get a good article either!

Over the years I have made a point of buying in good quality content for my pages and promotions and I have used I Need Articles to get many of them rewritten with good results.

Secondly, Copyscape is not a great way to find if content is unique on the Internet. Copyscape is a plagiarism detection tool but it is far from being a complete record of the Internet. It is perfectly possible for a piece of text to 'pass' Copyscape and yet have many analogs on the Internet easily picked up by other search engines.

Thirdly, content from INA DOES 'pass' Copyscape checks if that is your chosen criterion for uniqueness.

I have used links to specific pages, more than one at a time, as reference sources for INA writers to work from. This gives you a good reading, genuinely unique article that does not infringe upon the rights of others.