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Great tip on how to copy a website content
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Okay, copying a website content might tag your website for plagiarism. Here's the best way to do it and ensuring that it will pass the copyscape.com

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Hope this tip helps!:cold:
(This post was last modified: 12-26-2010 02:04 PM by Firestar.)
04-29-2010 08:14 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

That is doing the same thing really.

Why not write it in your own words??? That is what i do and it is the safest way.
04-29-2010 08:16 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Actually, it changes the phrases. Its good for aggregation sites, but of course, using your own words will be a great plus!
04-29-2010 08:20 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Nice tips buddy. It's very useful for me to make a unique article.

I usualy use article spinner to make it. But the gramar was so bad.
Maybe this tips better than it.

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04-29-2010 09:28 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Well, the article will still need some editing since some of the sentences have some weird yoda'ish accent but still readable (and also a good way to practice some blogging skills)
04-29-2010 11:08 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Why not just write it in your own words or give the original author credit? Most people don't care if you use their work if you stroke their ego a bit.
04-30-2010 07:41 AM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

It's easier if you write it in your own words - then you can add more information/personal opinions.

Or you could just copy the whole article and give the source. Most people don't care if you give credit and clear state you didn't make it. If you don't, and they find out, they might file a DCMA. But you should always contact the owner first.

I happen to know a lot about copyright and plagiarism, it used to happen a ton to me and I researched it a LOT.
04-30-2010 08:58 AM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

(04-30-2010 08:58 AM)Chase Wrote:  It's easier if you write it in your own words - then you can add more information/personal opinions.

Or you could just copy the whole article and give the source. Most people don't care if you give credit and clear state you didn't make it. If you don't, and they find out, they might file a DCMA. But you should always contact the owner first.

I happen to know a lot about copyright and plagiarism, it used to happen a ton to me and I researched it a LOT.

Exactly what I'm saying just in more detail. Tongue
It's rare that they'll file a DMCA though if you credit them as your source or what not.
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

(04-30-2010 08:58 AM)Chase Wrote:  It's easier if you write it in your own words - then you can add more information/personal opinions.

Or you could just copy the whole article and give the source. Most people don't care if you give credit and clear state you didn't make it. If you don't, and they find out, they might file a DCMA. But you should always contact the owner first.

I happen to know a lot about copyright and plagiarism, it used to happen a ton to me and I researched it a LOT.

Yeah.. that's right. But unfortunately my writing skills are so bad. maybe I need ore practice to do that :nerd:
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Personally, i prefer to write it all in my own words. My english used to be really bad when i was under, but in the last two years i have had an english tutor and i have had a really good english teacher at school and i have improved my english skills. Now my writing is better then ever and i can make my work even better.

But for most you guys i assume english wouldn't be your primary language, so this tool would be ideal for you - i don't want to sound like i am being rude in saying that either BlushBlush

But in saying that, writing it in your own words improves your english skills.
05-01-2010 08:45 AM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

I happen to be big on grammar and stuff, I've just grown to use proper capitalization and spelling (well, Firefox helps me a lot on the spelling!). I rarely don't, unless if I'm just being lazy that day. Tongue

I just think that this looks cleaner, more professional, and better than someone who would say this:

i just think this looks clean, more professional and better than someone who would say this

Just my two cents. Tongue
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Convenient for mass content producing businesses, maybe. I just feel it to be an unethical practice, while google translator may be a useful tool I don't think its good enough to just rewrite stuff for you. After all, translators are never that accurate with expressions or english colloquialism.
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Very true but as I suggest, it's good for a startup website to get the keywords they want easily. It's also good when doing it on a cron job. Anyway, i never suggested that this is the only solution. Rewriting the whole news will be much better or even better if you are writing your own UNIQUE article.
05-12-2010 11:57 AM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Read the text and then re-write it using your own words is the best way.
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

is this site cloning or what coz guyz dont copy others site its crimeAngryAngryAngry
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

(05-13-2010 06:46 AM)Loading Wrote:  Read the text and then re-write it using your own words is the best way.

Even I don't like doing that, I'm too afraid of someone saying "Hey, that same information is on blank!". The only reason you should is if you have even more to add.
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Or you could just write an original article? Big Grin
07-13-2010 07:54 PM
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

(05-12-2010 11:57 AM)hacksider Wrote:  It's also good when doing it on a cron job.

You seems to have a bad influence on me.. Big Grin
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

Google translate sucks. I can't understand when Google translate a long article. It is only a machine. I do not think this is a good idea
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Great tip on how to copy a website content

I think is better to write your own text because , you know 100% what you insert there and , is you creation Smile If you paste from other site , you already stole a copyright Tongue
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