Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wizeman, Jan 20, 2019.
any other tools?
Copyscape is my only go-to tool.
You have https://www.quetext.com to ..
Grammarly can also check for duplicate content. Another way is to copy paste the paragraph into Google search.
Simply putting a sentence of the article in quotations into google is a free way to check.
These 3 are enough for most
small seo tools for free
I use copyscape premium
Hasn't failed me yet
There are some "free" tools out there but I don't trust them
Invest in your business by using the right tools
I am using this to check my scrape content before publish.
+1 for copy scape
2. Manually Google Search
follow the trend If you are not capable of an small investment in order to be sure of your content expect it to go down
i've been using copyscape since mid 2016, since there is my tool to go for my money sites.
I had a funky issue where Copyscape Premium didn't pick up on the duplicate content, but the free Copyscape search did. Another person around here had it too. I originally found it by putting a chunk of the text in Google in quotation marks.
I use Copyscrape, but I also still run it in Grammarly as well.
+1 for small seo tools
It has been quite accurate for me 90% of the time
And I guess due to the method, foreign language content could also be detected by it, what do ya think?
I don't think it detects foreign language content. At least it never happened to me
+1 for copyscape
You can also checkout QueText, like others mentioned. If you open up the site in incognito, you can get 500 words checked. If you have 1000 word article, run the first half through and then close/reopen incognito window and check the other 500 words. Its free.
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