Copy an article without plagiarism !!

Danki

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Hi guys

each time I write an article for my website, I'm using the Dupli Checker tool, to see if my article will be 100% unique 0% plagiarism.

Recently, I have written an article copied from a paper book. and when I used the Dupli Checker tool, I see that the result is 100 % unique 0% plagiarism.:eek:

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is it okay to copy paste from a paper book ?? or it's risky for my google adsense account ??
 

smartdna

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if there is no digital copy of the book, I think it will be unique and more importantly many people use this technique to copy from books and post it as unique content
 

seojen

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The only trouble you can meet is the owner of the book to catch you.
 

FindDIY

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Probably best to rewrite the article just to be safe. Why take a chance by being lazy and copying and posting the article verbatim?
 
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very risky. Some competitor can do the same and link back to you. I know a guy running a blog about the final fantasy saga. Just like you he used to just scrap content from books and manga. Guess what? Competitor upload a PDF of your content and bam. Worse... Banned!
 

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I would advise against doing so especially since there is usually copyright, and if you ever do it for clients, you don't want to get them into trouble otherwise that will just be bad for your business.
 

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I would trust only Copyscape.
 
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