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25% unique, am I seeing it wrong?
« on: April 12, 2013, 09:29:48 AM »
Hi everyone,

I'm new here at the forum and also AB. I just bought it and love it so much. I play with it and get the first article, it's 93% unique, so good. But the second one, I use the spin articles together function, bringing 8 articles to 1 and bring it to TBS. What I found is that it's 25% unique, so I just want to ask you guys whether it's normal or there is something wrong? Can I still using this articles?

I'm apologized if I ask something stupid. I'm new to this field and studying hard at the moment.

Thanks so much

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Re: 25% unique, am I seeing it wrong?
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2013, 11:27:43 AM »
You are comparing the wrong things. ;)

If you compare any single AB article with what is out there on the interwebs then you will find that no single article out there carries more than 25% of the same content as any article that you make. Usually it is much, much less.

What you were doing was spinning only 8 articles together in The Best Spinner so there is bound to be duplication within that small group of articles. 25% uniqueness is not bad with such a small number of input articles.

AB articles are derived from tens of thousands of source paragraphs, not just 8 articles.

There is no need whatsoever to spin AB content to make it more unique. About the only time you want to do it is to use AB content in services that distribute content and need spintax text to be able to to work.

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Re: 25% unique, am I seeing it wrong?
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2013, 12:05:48 PM »
You are comparing the wrong things. ;)

If you compare any single AB article with what is out there on the interwebs then you will find that no single article out there carries more than 25% of the same content as any article that you make. Usually it is much, much less.

What you were doing was spinning only 8 articles together in The Best Spinner so there is bound to be duplication within that small group of articles. 25% uniqueness is not bad with such a small number of input articles.

AB articles are derived from tens of thousands of source paragraphs, not just 8 articles.

There is no need whatsoever to spin AB content to make it more unique. About the only time you want to do it is to use AB content in services that distribute content and need spintax text to be able to to work.

Thanks so much Andrew :D