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    Question Is there any plugin to make your posts as unique posts?

    Hi everyone,

    Is anyone here knows any plugin for wordpress, of which can make our posts as unique posts even if we simply blog it from other articles?

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    nope, getting copies of blog from other blogs would still be duplicate content... it would always still be best to write your own original article...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabo View Post
    nope, getting copies of blog from other blogs would still be duplicate content... it would always still be best to write your own original article...
    Thanks for the reply. I'm just asking coz sometimes I'm out of idea to blog.

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    You have to make your own blog or outsource someone to made it for you.

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    Even if there were a plugin that tried to conceal the fact that your blog content was stolen from elsewhere - no one would want to be an accessory to helping you obtain it.

    If you do get permission from someone else to display a copy of their blog post then just display it as supplied and don't try to change it in any way.

    You can of course also just blog less frequently or reuse some of your own earlier blogs (which you could reword if you like).
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