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How to check for copyscape pass.

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by bennyb, Mar 25, 2009.

  1. bennyb

    bennyb Regular Member

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    Hi there.
    Wondering here is there any way to check a regular document for copyscape pass without signing up for their premium service?

    Thanks.
     
  2. shizaru

    shizaru Regular Member

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    make a new blog in blogger, then copy/paste your article in your new blog.
    Then check your new blog url in copyscape.

    Don't forget to delete the article after you've checked it. :p
     
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  3. erascal

    erascal Junior Member

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    Aha! Bingo!

    Thanks, Shizaru!
     
  4. yachi

    yachi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    But I guess there is a limit to how many free articles you can check on copyscape for one blog.
     
  5. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    There's a limit on how many free searches you can do per day per IP address.

    Such a shame.
     
  6. admirdante

    admirdante BANNED BANNED

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    hey there is a method how you can search as many times as you want with copyscape... and it works flawlesly... at least for me... Will try to sell it on DP :D
     
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    I use this free site duplichecker dot com. This site does not require you to sign up and it is also free of cost.
     
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    redtide1969 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Another alternative is Plagiarism Detect
     
  9. pebisnistangguh

    pebisnistangguh Newbie

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    Or paste every paragraph into google
     
  10. dcuthbert

    dcuthbert Regular Member

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    you realise this thread is 3 years old right? there are better ways to increase your post count so that you can pm people...
     
  11. Kaylorin90

    Kaylorin90 Newbie

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    Well then I'll ask the question again because I usually skip article requests that insist on a copyscape requirement. I'd like to know what alternatives there are to copyscape to those of us who are just too cheap to invest in copyscape. And just o be clear, the paste into google is ridiculous and time consuming. I'd like something quick and simple, and of course, free.
     
  12. abidpasha

    abidpasha Newbie

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    I can pm... i have enough posts :) was just surfing around blackhat world....

    Duplichecker shows good results but they have limit of maximum 1,000 words per search.. plus, there processing time is way too much.

    Copyscape do not take any processing time wether you put 1000 words or their maximum limit of 2000 words...

    Moreover,

    Copyscape do have a limit of free plagiarism checking on per domain (per blogspot blog) they test only 5 pages for free.. then you will need to create a new blog on blogger :)

    It takes time... huge amount of time in doing all these stuff i use only premium copyscape to check plagiarism, no other plagiarism tool can compete copyscape. and its not very expensive.
     
  13. potentialeight

    potentialeight Newbie

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    I would personally recommend the premium version of Copyscape as an alternative over trying to game the system with a fake blog. The time you spend doing all of that to get around paying $0.05 isn't worth it.