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What plagiarism checker do you use?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by LukeSzmig, Feb 22, 2014.

  1. LukeSzmig

    LukeSzmig Regular Member

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    What would you say is the most accurate one? A free one would do best at the moment.
     
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    scorpion king Senior Member

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    You can't rely on free one. If it missed to find duplicate then it will result in site's performance. I advice you to go for copyscape. Its one of the best plagiarism checker i know.
     
  3. LukeSzmig

    LukeSzmig Regular Member

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    Thanks mate! Is there free search any good? Because I don't have 10 dollars spare at the min.

     
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    scorpion king Senior Member

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    have a look at smallseotools.com/plagiarism-checker http://www.plagiarismchecker.com/

    Also copy max of 250 word content and paste it on google search. If its copied it mush show(original source). I am not recommending it, just educating it will also work.
     
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    This is sound advice. IIRC, Copyscape is also what colleges overwhelmingly use (it might be something else that my brain isn't letting me recall ATM).

    If you absolutely have to use something free, do a search for "plagiarism detector for educators" in your favorite search engine. Find out what teachers and professors are using, and then use trials if need be. If you're gonna go free, try to test in more than one to minimize your chance of false negatives.
     
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    Tosmekop Supreme Member

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    I've been using Copyscape, for years, and I'm very satisfied!
    I have, however, just recently been made aware that Bing offers one.
    I'm not yet certain on whether or not they charge for the service, but I'd imagine it's worth looking into.
     
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    funkybunker Supreme Member

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    Agreed. Pasting a good chunk of the article into Google Search does a nice job if you can't afford copyscape. But copyscape does allow free checking to my knowledge.
     
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    Copyscape and Smallseotools is very perfect.
     
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    If you would like to go for premium Copyscape dot com would be the better option or else you can go with Small SEO Tools. Where you can get free tools.
     
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    copyscape premium...
     
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    Yes i agree with you am used before its not good as compare with paid version.
     
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    SEOGrenoble Junior Member

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    Copyscape is a great tool.

    A french tool for duplicate content (for those who speak french..) is "Positeo" (positeo check-duplicate-content on google)
     
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    I use CopyScape Premium because it does gives you the benefit of your money. Especially if you have to check loads of articles or content for possible plagiarism.
     
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    Advego is the best
     
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    Does WordAi has free Copyscape or Premium Copyscape option ??
     
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    I use plagiarism CheckerX. It is better than smallseotools.
     
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