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What does it mean by Unique Content provided by Article Builder?


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Is the 75% uniqueness in article builder content means that 25% of the article matches results in google? Or is it uniqueness regarding the overall article, and probably all individual sentences will match google results if looked up on sentence basis?
asked Dec 1, 2013 in PLR by Frendz (7,530 points)  
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Basically, you run the article through Copyscape. Copyscape will return a number of results that matches your article. So you can just click the first result.

And you will probably see something like this:

The page below has 80 words matching 6% of the page, as highlighted below:

This means the article is 94% unique when compared to the first result.

When you click on the next result, you will probably see something like this:

The page below has 67 words matching 5% of the page, as highlighted below:

So compared to the second result, it is 95% unique.

To answer your question, it is uniqueness regarding the overall article. And yes, all individual sentences will match Google results if looked up on sentence basis. (unless not a lot of people are using a particular category in Article Builder)

answered Dec 1, 2013 by lubanolim (35,720 points)  
selected Dec 2, 2013 by Frendz
I agree with your thoughts Lubanolim. Thanks for sharing.
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