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Unique Article Checker

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Vas^Co, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. Vas^Co

    Vas^Co Junior Member

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    Hi all, i have some question

    What you used to check that your article never posted before in another website ?


    i found h**p://copyscape.com but this site is limited.

    So anyone have another site that really free ?

    thx :)
     
  2. theleadsource

    theleadsource BANNED BANNED

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    Clear cookies and it is not limited.
     
  3. Physaux

    Physaux Regular Member

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    Yea how do you even use copyscape? I can only see input for a URL. Any way to check the articles? Any other suggestions? What about just comparing two articles.
     
  4. Vas^Co

    Vas^Co Junior Member

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    If you want just to copare between two article maybe you can use "power article rewriter"
     
  5. Lancez

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  6. Vas^Co

    Vas^Co Junior Member

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    It's not work too stiil show error message "The maximum number of scans per month has been reached for this site."


    Where i can put the Link ? it's not work i see it's a blog not for unique article checker


    Thx
     
  7. junkfood

    junkfood Registered Member

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    actually I would like to ask something - is there a script or something like that, for article checking? even if it is expensive. I'm looking for one and copyspace is amazingly expensive.
     
  8. Vas^Co

    Vas^Co Junior Member

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    Anyone can help ? plzzz
     
  9. theleadsource

    theleadsource BANNED BANNED

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    Here's what I do... I create a page on any one of my websites (I have a lot of them)put the copy on the page and use copyscape.

    If you do not have a site available I would use one of the web 2.0 sites that are free. I've never tried using the web 2.0 sites but I imagine it would work for you.
     
  10. shadowfax

    shadowfax Power Member

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    I think you can use Copyscape to check only 5 articles per IP.. so you can change IP after 5 checks..


    Regarding how to check for uniqueness, create a sample blogger blog.. post your article as a post and use the post's url to check for uniqueness.. Make sure that you DO NOT submit the blog to search engines.. Also after checking delete the post...

    There are other tools available in Downloads section that can help you to check uniqueness, "Plagiarism Detect" and "DupeCop" are good ones...


    Hope this helps
     
  11. sysfailure

    sysfailure Junior Member

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    There is a free DupeFree Pro. I think is good for that purpose :)
    Code:
    http://www.dupefreepro.com/
    Regards.
     
  12. muchacho

    muchacho Supreme Member

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    I smell spam.

    That webpage alone would put me off even reading the contents anyway.

    Like has already been mentioned:

    - Upload content to a website or blog/web 2.0
    - Submit that URL to CopyScape and voilla.

    And of course make sure that page doesn't get indexed by Google.
     
  13. sysfailure

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    Not was my intention. Sorry if misunderstood.
     
  14. Vas^Co

    Vas^Co Junior Member

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    i have find the trick :D use shorten url

    1. copy your article link to h**p://z6.co.uk/

    2. after it you will get ht t p://z6.co.uk/*** copy that link to copyscape

    3. Boom you pass they limit :p

    hope it's help you