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How to use copyscape free

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by darkcard, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. darkcard

    darkcard Newbie

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    Some people seemed to be interested in this so I figured I would throw it out there.

    In order to use copyscape for free, you must first create a blog. I suggest blogger, since it is free and easy to delete.

    Once you create the blog (name it anything you want) take the content you want to check in copyscape, and post it as a blog post. Post as many posts you can fit in one page, I think the max is 10.

    Then simply go to copyscape's website and put in the URL of your blog to check it. You should be able to check each URL 10 times, so in theory you could check 100 things a day.

    Not to complicated.

    Good luck to you guys! Wish me luck too, this is my first attempt with black hat.

    EDIT:

    Oh yeah, after you check it with copyscape, DELETE the blog or at least the content. That way the spiders wont drop by and find it. (unless you want them to)
     
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  2. cashflowprofit

    cashflowprofit Newbie

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    Brilliant idea. I think that should solve the problems associated with buying the damn services. I think you can also do another thing :
    Why not host it on a free webhosting and do the same??
    IMO, it would work, since the principle is the same
     
  3. izodos

    izodos Junior Member

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    i think this can work and at any site....
    you just copy your text to a .html page and submit to copyscape ...
    yoursite.com/mytext.html
     
  4. darkcard

    darkcard Newbie

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    Yeah I just suggested blogger since it is pretty well known, but the concept should be able to be applied anywhere.
     
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    Blogger is what I use for that reason, its well liked online and you get good cred.
     
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    Eglobalmoguls Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    simple and comon sense but it works so good deal.
     
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    Rather than manually putting them all on blogger or your hosting, I believe you could also set up apache on your own computer, put all of the articles in the public_html index file and run copyscape for hxxp://YOURIP/

    I may write a program for this.. to copyscape as many articles as you want for free with the click of a button.. Would anyone be interested in this? it would be free
     
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    iSLaND Registered Member

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    yes i ve known it and i used it. i made wp blogs at multiple free hosts (via fantastico) easily. than if i get msg that my ip is used more times just change free host. and there r lots of them.
    blogger is also a good idea.
     
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    There are some smart people in this forum and you're one of them. Thanks for this great share.
     
  10. bigman

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    wow...i've been doing this for a long time...props to the op for sharing this..

    what i do is to simply put all the articles i want checked into one really long post(instead of multiple posts)....and then put in that post into copyscape...
     
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    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    one question guys, do the blog post need to be old or just the fresh post will do? pardon me cause I dont believe it copyscape, I always check shingles in Google
     
  12. bigman

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    old? why would it have to be old? new will do....thing is copyscape allows only 5 searches / domain....so if you haven't exceeded that...ur fine...

    and maybe google should come up with something like copyscape integrated into their search engine...im sure it ll have a lot of takers among webmasters...

    something like duplicate:[URL to be checked] should give out all possible duplicates....wonder why they haven't done it yet...they must have already thought of something like it...
     
  13. Vivica

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    I've been doing this for ages and it works great. I have a bunch of domains with nothing on them just laying around anyway and I just U/L the content I want to check and copyscape it and I'm good to go... :) It doesn't need to be .html or anything; plain old text works fine.

    P.S., When I was hiring my virtual asst. I had all the candidates submit a unique article to me to test their writing skills and a bunch submitted copy/paste extravaganzas direct from the web. I caught them everytime with copyscape and I'd send them a link to their "unique" article. It was always very awkward for them, I'm sure!
     
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    i had tried using blogger method....

    copyscape only allows 5 searches for a URL....not 10 times..

    and yes....this method works....free ! ;)
     
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    Thanks for this, its a bloody good idea.

    biffo
     
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    yea that is a good use for blogger.. but i hate AC..
     
  17. felise32

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    This method works! It'll do for now until I get a premium account.:cool:
     
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    We can also use free hosting accounts for doing the same thing.
     
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    yea thanks alot for this share man i cannot believe i didnt see this
     
  20. noidea

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    Great idea, if you do this I am sure there will be many people here who would use it.