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Anti-Plagiarism FOR Books?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by psychotix, Aug 30, 2015.

  1. psychotix

    psychotix Regular Member

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    Hi

    Im looking for alternatives to Copyscape specifically for book contents. I sometimes outsource writers, they all pass copyscape checks, but Smashwords or Amazon sometimes flag them down for duplicate content/Spun.

    What is a good alternative? Preferably not too expensive?

    Thank you
     
  2. metafser

    metafser Regular Member

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    BloggerTonmoy Senior Member

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    I agree with @Metafser. Enjoy your jounrey :)
     
  4. SEO FOX

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    + 1 for Grammarly checker. Its a fine tool working great.
     
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    I've been using Copyscape ever since and I've never had problems with my content. But when everything else fails, they're all right. Grammarly can be your best choice.