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Since the words “original” and “unique” apply to both subjective and objective aspects of information, another distinction must be made to tell the difference. For example, the word organic can be used to distinguish a difference between a human using a search engine to find content and a robot or software being used for similar search activity. An organic, living, natural search involves both subjective and objective testing by means of reading but the robot search can only recognize the objective, synthetic, non-organic aspects of characters, words, and phrases in content. The distinction then can be expressed as organic original as opposed to synthetic original content.
The billion-page supply of synthetic non-organic content competes for market share with supply from comparatively few original organic content writers. Both use the same keywords to attract natural search but artificial methods obviously dominate the quantity of content available and also uses natural search un-naturally.
The all icing no cake professional package and marketing of unique artificial content significantly impacts quality by leveraging semantics for profit from content of marginal use value. Fortunately, the surplus of synthetic content also indicates an unusual demand for the real McCoy original organic content.
Interestingly enough this aspect of the interface of technology and culture is as developed as the obvious deficit between human and machine productivity.
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