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How to check if an article is duplicate or not?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by r.s.mahanti, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. r.s.mahanti

    r.s.mahanti BANNED BANNED

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    I want to know the possible ways to check the uniqueness of the article. Can anybody help me in this?
     
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    r.s.mahanti BANNED BANNED

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    It's very cumbersome to paste each and every line and check it in google. Any more suggestions?
     
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    fasmail Newbie

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    one or two paragraphs you searched will show maybe the article is copied or not. You dont need to check all though..
     
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    Copyscape
     
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    copyscae is good but not free.

    try dustball.com/cs/plagiarism.checker/
     
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    Write a script to do it for you?
     
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    r.s.mahanti BANNED BANNED

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    chrum: thanks. good idea.
     
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    omoxx Regular Member

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    Check plagium.com
     
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    If you have the text on a page already then copyscape should work.
     
  11. worky

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    This is what I do and it works very well for me, and it's free and easy.

    I make a post with the article on my blog.

    I take the link from the post and pop it into the free copyscape.

    Then it will tell me if there is other sites that have similar words, etc.

    I have used this method successfully to assure I would not get rejected for plagiarism. And since copyscape is the most widely used checker, if you pass copyscape, you are good to go.

    Then I remove the post from my blog and publish. It doesn't stay long enough to count.

    Oh, and just at tip. If you are using Wordpress hosted, make sure you empty the trash so it isn't still available to the spiders.