Thursday, April 10, 2014
Automatic rewriting can change the meaning of a sentence through the use of words with similar but subtly different meaning to the original. For example, the word "picture" could be replaced by the word "image" or "photo." Thousands of word-for-word combinations are stored in either a text file or database thesaurus to draw from.
This ensures that a large percentage of words are different from the original article. The problem with simple automatic writing is that it cannot recognize context or grammar in the use of words and phrases. For example, "Great Britain" could be auto spun to "Good Britain". While "good" could be considered a synonym for "great", "Good Britain" certainly does not have the same meaning as "Great Britain".Duplicate content is not acceptable online. It’s easy to understand why.
Imagine you have written an article and you get first position, first page placement by search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing for the keywords you’ve selected. If you took that same identical article and uploaded it to another site, would it make sense for the search engines to have your identical article in the second position as well?
Then you upload that same article to a third site and get third position in searches- and you keep doing that- getting fourth, fifth, sixth, and so on. You wind up with your identical article showing in search results in every slot in page after page of the search results.