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How to check a article quality

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by crukz, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. crukz

    crukz BANNED BANNED

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    I hire some freelancer to write article for me.They also deliver articles.But, How can I check qualities of those article?
    Can you please help me???

    thanks in advance
     
  2. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    If you wanted to check the quality of article you can use copyscape. If the article copied from some other source it will find that.
    If you wanna check grammar mistakes you can use grammar checker tool (search google). If you wanted to check how informative the article is then you need to read every article they deliver.
     
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  3. Raconteur

    Raconteur Power Member

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    What do you mean by Quality? Punctuation? Detailed Content? They're Length? etc
     
  4. pranav7designer

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    For grammar, spelling and quality you can download the Ginger Software. It's really good. Just Google it up.
     
  5. JasonS

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    You can check the quality through various online plagiarism checking services such as copyscape, plagium etc..

    For grammatical mistakes if you're not a native speaker then hire a proofreader.
     
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    Hiring a proofreader costs bucks. It is the best option but with a steep price. It's up to the thread owner (or receiver of the articles that need checking) to choose between the a software or a person (they're not on the same level). But not entirely, I'm not entirely sure a guy paying $5 per 500 word article wants to hire a [native-speaker] professional proofreader asking for at least 3 times that rate (this rate is in itself a bargain).
     
  7. gimikichi

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    you can use grammarly bro
     
  8. jeptharussell

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    Hello there crukz!

    For one, you can make use of the skills of expert article writers. Have them as your very own proofreaders to check the articles made by your hired freelancer. If you don't want to spend for their service fees, you can also consult the internet. If you want to be sure about the readability score, go to readability-score website . To ensure that the articles are not plagiarized, have it checked through the website of the following:

    *smallseotools
    *copyscape
    *plagiarisma

    Makeuseof website has also provided helpful websites that check the contents of articles. You can find them through Google.

    For the grammar, you can make use of your own knowledge or consult other books, websites, or the professionals.

    May your problem be solved! God bless!
     
  9. ComRade667

    ComRade667 Regular Member

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    usually i use

    copyscape & plagiarisma :detective
     
  10. JessePinkman

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    If you're willing to pay more money for a solid writer with good credentials, you really shouldn't have to worry about this issue. You should determine if the quality of work meets your standard by reviewing samples and communicating with the writer. If the work seems sophisticated, it's probably a good thing! On multiple occasions, I've had to dumb down my writing for customers who are non-native speakers. They want overt simplicity that they themselves can comprehend, but don't understand that it comes off as spammy or as if the writer is speaking to someone who is borderline idiotic. My advice would be to find a writer that you trust and stick with him/her.
     
  11. 0_00_0

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    Why have I not heard of this before? I'm about to try it out.

    To the OP: use copyscape to figure out if its duplicate content and then just simply read it to see if it's grammatically correct. If your not a native English speaker then try running it through Microsoft word or perhaps this "ginger" software I'm about to try.
     
  12. MillionDollarBucks

    MillionDollarBucks Junior Member

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    Hi,
    Use copyspace to check the uniqueness of the article.There are many keyword density tool use them to check your article is not overloaded or underloaded with keyword.
    Simply use MS Word for grammer,spell check.

    All the best.
     
  13. axeny

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    As for content`s uniqueness - you can use paid or free checking software. One very well-known paid software is Copyscape. As for a free one - you can use Advego. Well, Advego`s menu language is russian, but you only need 1-2 buttons anyways, so you can use Google Translator or PM me to translate you the buttons. I am not russian myself, it's just I learned it 2 years in elementary school, and my mother language is quite similar to it, so I understand it and can help out with that.

    Now about the grammar, spell checking and such - in our content company we are using Ginger. It's free and if you use it right - it's very useful. One thing you should know about Ginger however - it's not 100% right. It's good on catching grammar, spell and punctual erros, but it's not 100% accurate and it's even worse when it comes to semantic errors. Now don't get me wrong - the software is great. Using is properly can make your articles good enough for native english speakers to read and understand perfectly. But my advice is - don't trust the software for every mistake it points out - think before you edit even a single word. Ginger is way better than Microfost Word when it comes to errors edits, but it's not perfect.

    Best regards,
    Axeny
     
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    what is the current google trend of how much density for keyword should be?
     
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    How do I acquire a job?