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    @IORGUSS Personally, if I installed a plugin and my content rendered

    with missingspaces betweenthewords making itverydifficult formy visitorstoread it.

    I would uninstall the plugin.
    Put your pages up for your visitors, not the search engines. Attempts to "game the system" may have some short term benefit but will eventually come basck to bite you.

    IMHO, the uniquifier plugin is buggy and poorly written and as it's intended use is to faciltate content theft, anyone using it deserves to learn the lesson coming their way. That lesson being
    Put your pages up for your visitors, not the search engines.

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    Even if it works, i dont think its fair for the author of the article, its piracy

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    Garbage! Google won't fall for that kind of thing..

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    Those rewriters usually result in nonsense.

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    theres also a blog that steals half of peoples posts! I made a post about credit crunch, and instantly got a trackback...so i went to see what it was, and this guys wordpress site, shows recent blog posts abut certain stuff, basically steals half your post, using the same title and everything. In the process of writing him an email, cos basically its theft, if he wants to do stuff like that, he should use RSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyflower View Post
    Surprising that you would admit that you scraped content since it is both unethical and illegal.
    The only reason I purchased and installed the plugin was under curiosity reason on the page sale bark that the plugin will make all the copied contents pass the copyscape.com.

    And for ryanhellyer It was just curiosity that motivated me to bought and installed the plugin.

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    I feel like the only people that really like using this are lazy people or those looking to make a quick buck. You should be original. Even if your original content isn't the best, it's better than duplicate crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcel View Post
    If everyone uses that plugin, I'll be on the only one with quality content. And my quest for world domination will be complete... muahahaahaha
    LOL nice one .. but if this happens the world will be full of nothing but crap .. so unfortunately wouldnt that make you the king of crap .. Im afraid it's a no win situation.

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    Those rewriters usually result in nonsense.
    I hope google will be more and more smart daily!

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    I think you will find that Google has already recognised what this plugin does and is ignoring the pages.
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    Just don't use this. I recommend just writing your own unique content.

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    original content is the safest method. eventualy google will bhan those sites using the plugin

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    Quote Originally Posted by valterchaves View Post
    original content is the safest method. eventualy google will bhan those sites using the plugin
    I think you'll find they already did that a long time back just after this thread was first started.
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