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Duplicate Snippets
« on: October 18, 2011, 10:31:02 AM »
I get 3 duplicate snippets for a "Retirement" subtopic. Please check.

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Re: Duplicate Snippets
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2011, 10:37:23 AM »
Please provide the full text of the snippets along with exactly what steps you took that brought them up.

Re: Duplicate Snippets
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2011, 10:49:36 AM »
Category: Insurance - Health
Subtopic: Retirement

1st article:
If you and your partner have been riding on a single health insurance policy and one of you is nearing retirement, sit down and have an open discussion about how that transition will occur.  Coverages will change for the retired person and several alternatives are available.  They can continue for a while through COBRA and afterwards, they can apply for a standalone policy if the premiums are not prohibitively high, but the important thing is to walk into those decisions proactively.

Depending on the demographic makeup of your office, employer based insurance may not be the best for you. Insurance plans are built upon spreading out the risk. If you are the youngest person in an office, working with a group of people nearing retirement, you will pay more for your insurance to cover for them. Always check with outside insurance before choosing to go with your employers.



2nd article:
Depending on the demographic makeup of your office, employer based insurance may not be the best for you. Insurance plans are built upon spreading out the risk. If you are the youngest person in an office, working with a group of people nearing retirement, you will pay more for your insurance to cover for them. Always check with outside insurance before choosing to go with your employers.

If you and your partner have been riding on a single health insurance policy and one of you is nearing retirement, sit down and have an open discussion about how that transition will occur.  Coverages will change for the retired person and several alternatives are available.  They can continue for a while through COBRA and afterwards, they can apply for a standalone policy if the premiums are not prohibitively high, but the important thing is to walk into those decisions proactively.


3rd article:
If you and your partner have been riding on a single health insurance policy and one of you is nearing retirement, sit down and have an open discussion about how that transition will occur.  Coverages will change for the retired person and several alternatives are available.  They can continue for a while through COBRA and afterwards, they can apply for a standalone policy if the premiums are not prohibitively high, but the important thing is to walk into those decisions proactively.

Depending on the demographic makeup of your office, employer based insurance may not be the best for you. Insurance plans are built upon spreading out the risk. If you are the youngest person in an office, working with a group of people nearing retirement, you will pay more for your insurance to cover for them. Always check with outside insurance before choosing to go with your employers.

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It's not even spinned.. It just change the position of the paragraph


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Re: Duplicate Snippets
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2011, 11:42:37 AM »
Oh, you got the same snippet in multiple articles. Gotcha.  That just means there's not enough in the database yet to provide unique snippets for that particular subtopic.

Re: Duplicate Snippets
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2011, 02:22:47 PM »
I have also received the exact same snippet several times on created articles for every subject I use.

It would be nice if the program was set up with pre-spun content so that every time the same snippet is used, it would at least be unique content in that it would have been spun before being generated. This way you could even change out whole sentences as well. This could ensure that each article was indeed unique

I do know that over time more content will help with this problem but spinning will only help to make this content more valuable for all of us.