As I’m sure you know, publishing a articles with your name, bio and contact information on them is one of the surest ways to drive traffic to your website and become an authority in your marketplace. However, writing your own articles can be time-consuming and to be honest a real drag. On the other hand, […]
Duplicate Content Checker – Article Rewrite Comparison – DupeCop Desktop 2.0
Hi, I’m Jean Rennick, and I’ve been an Internet Marketer since 2005. I’ve also worked in the IT departments of several Fortune 500 companies, developing software solutions to meet a variety of needs.
Like you, I’ve found myself obtaining content for my and my clients’ websites in a variety of ways, including purchasing both unique and PLR content.
In 2006, I decided I needed a means of measuring how much I’d rewritten PLR articles. I also found I wanted to rewrite to different extents depending on the purpose I planned for the content.
I searched online for a way to meet my needs, and while there were a couple options, none had all the features I wanted. And the idea for DupeCop Desktop was spawned.
DupeCop Desktop Compares 2 Pieces of Content and Determines Uniqueness Using a Search Engine – Friendly Algorithm…
It is believed Google (and other search engines) determine duplicated content based in part on phrases of varying lengths.
DupeCop Desktop compares the words and phrases in the original article with those in the rewritten version to determine the % unique, or how much the article has changed.
Now, not only can you compare two pieces of text, but the DupeCop Change Advisor will highlight text snippets duplicated within both the original and modified article, giving you insight into how to quickly reach the unique percentages you are targeting.
I think it’s plain to see that DupeCop Desktop can have an impact on your rewriting tasks almost immediately, but you don’t just have to take my word for it…
DupeCop 2.0 is straightforward and easy to use. Does what it says it will do, quickly. It certainly works as advertised.
I just had to write and thank you for creating DupeCop. As an author who relies heavily on article…