'uniquify' any text free for a 'content hurricane'!
It continues to amuse toughened net executives when beginners pop up on forums asking 'how am I able to pass copyscape'.
Or maybe put in requests to buy articles that 'must pass copyscape'. First off, 'passing copyscape' will not help you to get traffic.
Copyscape is not a search engine - it is a content plagiarism detection tool. Second, copyscape works by employing three word chunks ( or 'shingles' as they're known in the trade ) to see pages that are similar. The fact of the case is this shingling strategy, good as it is for detecting copying where a human operator is concerned, is completely worthless for deciding how 'unique' a page is. The reason is because there's such a lot of content out there today, the likelihood is that ANY three word mixture you care to consider has essentially already been used somewhere.
Google etc may not have indexed it, but it is out there nevertheless. That, naturally, is why Google and other engines don't use that method to ascertain uniqueness. If they actually did, they'd NEVER have anything unique in their indexes. Still, amateurs keep on asking for it, and there are even sneaky sites offering a 'uniquifier' service or a supposed 'content hurricane' program which will purportedly 'allow you to pass copyscape' or 'make your content unique'.
The reality is straightforward - you can pass copyscape by miss-spelling each 3rd word. Try it if you do not believe this! And that, naturally, is how these cheesy programs work - they 'misspell' by substituting characters in your text for their 'HTML codes'. To a straightforward beast like copyscape, this does naturally make it 'unique'. The issue is the search engines. To something as complicated as Google, all you have done is put a gigantic red flag on your internet site pronouncing 'I think I'll fool Google by purposely making an attempt to obfuscate my content'. Make a wild guess what Google does when it reveals sites like this.
That is right. BAN. Straight away . And once and for all. In fact, the one cardinal sin in the Google hymnbook is attempting to manipulate their algorithms. In truth, Google LOVE it when amateurs try this trick, it is a simple thing to see, and the instant ban removes one 'spam' site from the index with virtually no work. If you have multiple sites, they'll probably all get associated and banned. So, instead of letting you waste $127 or $99 or whatever they charge these days, we're going to supply you with a FREE 'uniquifier' or 'content hurricane' style system. Just cut'n'paste cut & paste your text into the box and hit the 'magic' button. That is how valuable we think this system is - we give it away free.
*** NOTICE *** be aware that this is for entertainment uses only - if you really attempt to use this stuff on a genuine internet site, probabilities are you will get banned instantly! Don't say we failed to warn you!