I would like to know the following info. If I have an article, purely unique and original, then I put that article on website A and run copyscape to check for duplicate content. Then, let say that it passed copyscape test and I remove that content and put that on website B and run copyscape test, would the content in website A show up as part of cached content? In other words, how would you test for unique content if the article is not already on the web? Geez, I am so sleepy, not sure if you guys can understand it... Well, I submit this anyway before going to bed!
Um, I'm not sure I understand your question.
Why would you take content off of website a and put it onto b? If you take the time to get your site to rank, I think you'd want to leave the content up at website a.
Maybe I am missing something?
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