The Original Powder Room (above)
and the remarkably similar content below on another bridal make up artist site. Originally The Powder Room had "Top 10 Reasons to Book with the Powder Room" as the heading but has since altered their content to remain unique). Read the copy above and below... very interesting how people think by changing a few words and adjectives no one will notice.
I've pulled the header off, even though it too is remarkable similar, as I didn't want to give this particular business any undeserved publicity from my post
Below - The Powder Room Promise (was The Powder Room Guarantee - but had to change the content wording to remain original from the apparent plagiarists).
Again below - the other bridal hair and make up artists "Guarantee" - read the text and see just hown similar this is.
If you are building a site and think that copying someone's content is fine, think again. It's not OK, it's disrespectful and hurts your own business more than the business that you are copying. More than anything you will really upset the original content creator, and cause a lot of stress and frustration. Not good karma at all. and certainly not a good way to start your business off on the right foot.