Plagiarism [which one is good]

Zazagabor

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I would suggest you Go with grammarly. I have had great experience using it
 

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prepostseo.com is more powerful than smallseotools and others
 

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In quetext - 15% plagiarism
in check-plagiarism - 22% plagiarism
In 1text - 32% unique (it scares me, every word is marked with red)

I write whole article without copying from anyplace !!
Different tools have different techniques to measure. But tools also measure your website content when checking the plagiarism. So check the plagiarism website carefully where the tool found the plag.
 

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For checking plagiarism, the best is Copyscape. For correcting mistakes, the best is Grammarly.
 

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Confusing opinions.

I have used all of these ad a content writer because different clients has their personal choice.

Go with CopyScape because that's what most people uses.
 

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but bro it shows only 32% unique even when I wrote the whole article !!
So you think that because you typed the words yourself makes it a unique content?
If you typed in a phrase or sentence that has been indexed somewhere, it will come out as plagiarized.

Quetext will even flagged a phrase in medical term if you use it in an SEO article.

If you are writing for clients, use the one your client asked for. For yourself, go with CopyScape as it is the industry standard (I'm skeptical of its effectiveness lately, though)
 

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Does anyone have experience with turnitin-plagiarism checker?
 

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In quetext - 15% plagiarism
in check-plagiarism - 22% plagiarism
In 1text - 32% unique (it scares me, every word is marked with red)

I write whole article without copying from anyplace !!
Sometimes there are certain ways of writing a sentence that are very common and are used by a lot of writers so because of that little parts of sentences can show as plagiarised but if you see the page it will have diff topic altogether. So you need to check if the whole sentences are being shown as copied or just parts of the sentence. I don't change these half plagiarized sentences as for me it's usually in 3-5% total plagiarism for 1k words so I just let it be as it's a natural way of writing those sentences.


I use Grammarly for optimization and plagiarism nothing else. I feel it's a great tool where I can create the final product and paste it on wordpress.
 

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In quetext - 15% plagiarism
in check-plagiarism - 22% plagiarism
In 1text - 32% unique (it scares me, every word is marked with red)

I write whole article without copying from anyplace !!
You are Right Actually but there are lots of many other software & tools too which can help you to check the plagiarism. So, that's why I have curated a list of them all you may have look at them. These are some of the best Tools from where you can check Plaigriasm, Here we go:

1. Scribbr (in partnership with Turnitin)
It is to be considered as one of the best plagiarism checkers for students & the best part is it shows the exact content which is p\been copied from the source content. So, there is no chance of copying.

2. Quetext
All in all, this tool shows more plagiarism text than Scribbr & it can be a good source of detecting copied content easily.
If your university uses a more advanced tool, then you might be surprised by unexpected plagiarism that Quetext didn’t find.

3.BibMe
The database of this tool is too less & the negative part is that it doesn't show exact info according to it's algorithm. If you’re willing to spend money on a plagiarism checker, then I must say you have many other better alternatives than this.

7. Plagramme
It usually shows a high number of Plagiarism. However, it shows many words falsely even when they are free from grammatical error. This shows that how much unstable the result this tool is giving.

The pricing of the plagiarism checker is confusing. Plagramme claims to offer a free check, but in reality, it only gives you the plagiarism percentage for free. To find ou that you have to buy the credits.

8. Grammarly
Grammarly is basically a tool that is more concerned with making the content free from grammatical errors & spelling mistakes, the plaigriasm service is a side-by-side complimentary service which is been provided by this Tool. If you’re already a paying Grammarly customer, then using their plagiarism checker might be a good option.
 
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