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Worried about Plagiarism?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by TheRallymethod, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. TheRallymethod

    TheRallymethod Junior Member

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    I wrote 3 articles on iWriter, and they all were approved. One of the articles, I researched was about a sports event and found one article about it. It wasn't very popular, However, I used a lot of information from the event description and changed up words and rephrased some words and I also added my own views on it. I performed a plagiarism test check before submitting and the results said that my content was 100% unique. Does that make me clear from plagiarism? Excuse the silly and naive questions? I'm just so new to this and just want to be aware.
     
  2. BBeauty

    BBeauty Newbie

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    You're good to go. Fire on with your writing skill. Even the way you have expressed your issue here shows you can do well as an article writer. With time you'll see a lot more improvement.
     
  3. remon24

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    to whats in here to download???
     
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    Yes you can very well go ahead for submission ...!
     
  5. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    OP, you need to ask a mod to move this thread somewhere more suitable.
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    Well, it's going to be based on the plagiarism tool you use. If it's from iwriter and it says good to go then you are.. You can try posting it on EZA for submission and see. They have zero tolerance for plagiarism.
     
  7. steelballs

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    Plagiarism too many ambiguities with the test tools...

    Churning out very different results...

    But my take is you will have done enough to publish!

    Why? Because like most of the plagiarism tools I know as much as they do about your content which in my case is "Not a Lot!"
     
  8. TheRallymethod

    TheRallymethod Junior Member

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    Sorry, I was unaware to where to post this thread.
     
  9. TheRallymethod

    TheRallymethod Junior Member

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    I'm so sorry that I posted this thread in the wrong section... I meant to post in the blogging section. I was moving a bit fast and didn't realize that I posted a thread about "plagiarism" in the member download section. Sorry.
     
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    Moved to Blogging...
     
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  11. Zouper

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    there can be sometimes a thin line between research and plagiarism - but in terms of writing content for clients it is usually more than enough to rewrite an article or the thoughts in the article in your own words.
     
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    as long as it doesn't match with any other content it is fine. try to put on Google search some random phrases from your article to see if there is any match, if not you will be fine, if yes then try some other tool......
    personally i use pagiarism checker from smallseotools and so far works fine.
    good luck
    Leobar.
     
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  13. fedix11

    fedix11 Newbie

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    The Google search check is easiest way to be reassured. I'm also worried about plagiarism... Google is so evil in some cases, everyone should forget about the old motto
     
  14. Oukast

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    In the eyes of Google, you're on the clear waters. However, morally (if you wish), that's still plagiarism because basically you just switch up words until a machine won't be able to see the difference. As somebody wrote before, there's a difference in research and plagiarism, and this would be clear plagiarism. However, I'm pretty sure practially all of us would just let it be because our aim is to look unique to Google only.
     
  15. kindarthur

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    There is nothing to get worried...Go ahead dude...

    Wishing you all success comes your way!!
     
  16. tamland

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    Don't worry, it's clear that your content is unique :)