To avoid duplicate content it is necessary to rewrite articles and Private Label Rights (PLR) content. In general, it is suggested that you at least change 50% of any article to avoid duplication.
Of course you can do that manually, but that takes a lot of time.
I’ve tried many software programs to more or less automate this time consuming process, but I didn’t like them, except one…
WordFlood!. See demo video below.
I’m not fond of PLR articles. They don’t carry my voice or my tone. In most articles, I want to change a lot and add extra content.
Sometimes I don’t even understand what is said in there. At moments I’m completely lost. Maybe I’m not easily satisfied.
So I often end up writing my own article, using the PLR as an example.
I must admit, that’s a slow process. But it’s rewarding, because IF I can use some sentences from the PLR content, I simply change the order of words and bullets, thus creating new and unique sentences.
I also must admit, that my slow writing speed can be caused by the fact that English is not my first language. Especially nuances and refinements are difficult. Therefore I always use the free WordWeb dictionary to check words that I’m writing.
WordFlood uses WordWeb. That’s what I like so much, because WordWeb has been my loyal and trustful partner for years now.
And that’s one of the reasons why I use WordFlood. I’m familiar with the build-in dictionary.
As soon as I’ve finished an article, I can use it to create two, three or four alternative and unique articles using the original.
WordFlood does this lightning fast. Another reason to use this wonderful software program. At the top, it displays 9 words of the sentence you want to change showing all the synonyms and alternatives that you can use. That makes changing sentences a breeze.
So although I don’t crank out article after article using PLR, I DO use WordFlood occasionally to create unique copies of original articles. And IF I find a great PLR article that I can use, a unique copy is made in minutes!
Of course there are other build-in features, like a word count, keyword density and the percentage changed as compared to the original. And you can add your own synonyms and phrases to the database.
Watch the video below and after that, download your 14-day free trial to test it out. You won’t be disappointed.
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