Home » Blogging » Making Money with Unique Content Part 2 – Conceptual Uniqueness In part 1 of these series, I explained how literally unique content, often produced with article spinning methods and published in article directories, may be a useful tool for article marketing practices that aim at bringing traffic to your site. I also mentioned that while literally unique content is unique in Copyscape terms, it is not unique in Google terms. Search engines are smart enough to identify and favor conceptually unique content over literally unique content. What is the difference between the two? Literally Unique Content: When Unique Content is Not Unique Literally unique is a page of content in which the words are arranged in a unique way. You can call it “unique text”. A webmaster who wants to create literally unique content needs only browse the net, find an article on the topic he is interested in, and “copy” it by re-writing it in his own words. He can then post it on his blog. By doing so, the blogger essentially adds one more article to the already existing global web pool of articles that address the said topic. For example, a blogger finds…
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